Legacy Artwork in Pediatric Oncology: The Impact on Bereaved Caregivers' Psychological Functioning and Grief

Title

Legacy Artwork in Pediatric Oncology: The Impact on Bereaved Caregivers' Psychological Functioning and Grief

Creator

Schaefer M R; Spencer S K; Barnett M; Reynolds N C; Madan-Swain A

Publisher

Journal of Palliative Medicine

Date

2019

Subject

adolescent; adult; article; bereavement; Brief Symptom Inventory; Caregiver; child; childhood cancer; clinical article; complicated grief; controlled study; female; grief; health care personnel; human; infant; male; mental function; perception; prolonged grief; questionnaire; support group; time of death

Description

Background: Legacy-making (i.e., a way for patients with terminal illness to create or do something for others as a means of remembrance) is rising in popularity in palliative medicine, although only one study has examined its impact in a pediatric population.

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Citation List Month

Oncology 2019 List

Collection

Citation

Schaefer M R; Spencer S K; Barnett M; Reynolds N C; Madan-Swain A, “Legacy Artwork in Pediatric Oncology: The Impact on Bereaved Caregivers' Psychological Functioning and Grief,” Pediatric Palliative Care Library, accessed August 3, 2021, https://pedpalascnetlibrary.omeka.net/items/show/16970.

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