Family functioning in school-age children with cystic fibrosis: an observational assessment of family interactions in the mealtime environment

Title

Family functioning in school-age children with cystic fibrosis: an observational assessment of family interactions in the mealtime environment

Creator

Janicke DM; Mitchell MJ; Stark LJ

Publisher

Journal of Pediatric Psychology

Date

2005

Subject

Communication; U.S. Gov't; PedPal Lit; Non-U.S. Gov't Research Support; affect management; age-matched peers. Families were rated on overall family functioning and on six dimensions of the MICS: task accomplishment; and behavioral control. Moreover; and role allocation. RESULTS: Ratings for families of a child with CF were significantly lower than they were for comparison families on overall family functioning and on four of the six MICS dimensions: communication; as well as child-centered; behavior control; Child Cystic Fibrosis/psychology Family/psychologyFeeding Behavior Female HumansInterpersonal Relations Male Observation Research Support; interpersonal involvement; interventions to help families manage challenges presented during the family meal.; P.H.S.Social Environment Time Factors%X OBJECTIVE: To examine; the family system is negatively affected during mealtime. Dietary interventions need to address family-centered; using direct observation methodology

Description

2005

Rights

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Type

Journal Article

Citation List Month

Backlog

Pages

179-86

Issue

2

Volume

30

Citation

Janicke DM; Mitchell MJ; Stark LJ, “Family functioning in school-age children with cystic fibrosis: an observational assessment of family interactions in the mealtime environment,” Pediatric Palliative Care Library, accessed May 29, 2022, https://pedpalascnetlibrary.omeka.net/items/show/13563.

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