A difference in perception of quality of life in chronically ill children was found between parents and pediatricians

Title

A difference in perception of quality of life in chronically ill children was found between parents and pediatricians

Creator

Janse AJ; Uiterwaal CS; Gemke RJ; Kimpen JL; Sinnema G

Publisher

Journal Of Clinical Epidemiology

Date

2005

Subject

Pediatrics; Psychology; quality of life; PedPal Lit; Acute; Lymphocytic; physiopathology; [95% CI 2.00-11.22]); [95% CI 2.88-18.97]; Adolescent Arthritis; and asthma (2.3; juvenile idiopathic arthritis (4.7; Juvenile Rheumatoid/physiopathology/psychology/rehabilitation Asthma/physiopathology/psychology/rehabilitation Child Child; physiology Male Pain; physiopathology Parents; Preschool Chronic Disease/psychology/; rehabilitation Cognition Cross-Sectional Studies Cystic Fibrosis; rehabilitation Emotions Female Health Status Indicators Humans Infant Leukemia; rehabilitation Locomotion; Social Perception Speech/physiology

Description

2005

Rights

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Type

Journal Article

Citation List Month

Backlog

Pages

495-502

Issue

5

Volume

58

Citation

Janse AJ; Uiterwaal CS; Gemke RJ; Kimpen JL; Sinnema G, “A difference in perception of quality of life in chronically ill children was found between parents and pediatricians,” Pediatric Palliative Care Library, accessed September 24, 2021, https://pedpalascnetlibrary.omeka.net/items/show/13713.

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