Psychosocial functioning in pediatric cancer

Title

Psychosocial functioning in pediatric cancer

Creator

Patenaude AF; Kupst MJ

Publisher

Journal of Pediatric Psychology

Date

2005

Subject

PedPal Lit; Adaptation; and multi-institutional cooperation will aid future pediatric psycho-oncology investigators.; and special risk populations. Methodological challenges; appropriate methodology; coping and adjustment; improving methodology; late effects; procedural pain; psyc hosocial researchers will be better able to conduct longitudinal studies not only of adjustment and its predictors but also of the impact of the emerging medical treatments and interventions to ameliorate late effects of treatment. Additional funding; Psychological Child Communication Cost of Illness Family/psychology Humans Neoplasms/; psychological distress; Social Behavior%X OBJECTIVE: To describe the emergence of pediatric psycho-oncology and to summarize research on psychosocial aspects of childhood cancer and survivorship. METHODS: To review research into illness communication and informed consent; subsets of more vulnerable patients and family members exist. Factors predicting positive and negative coping have been identified. CONCLUSIONS: As the numbers of pediatric cancer survivors increase; therapy Pain/psychology Psychology Sick Role Social Adjustment

Description

2005

Rights

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Type

Journal Article

Citation List Month

Backlog

Pages

9-27

Issue

1

Volume

30

Citation

Patenaude AF; Kupst MJ, “Psychosocial functioning in pediatric cancer,” Pediatric Palliative Care Library, accessed January 17, 2022, https://pedpalascnetlibrary.omeka.net/items/show/13562.

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