Parental views on communication between children and clinicians in pediatric oncology: a qualitative study

Title

Parental views on communication between children and clinicians in pediatric oncology: a qualitative study

Creator

Sisk BA; Schulz GL; Blazin LJ; Baker JN; Mack JW; DuBois JM

Publisher

Supportive Care in Cancer

Date

2021

Subject

Children; Communication; Pediatric oncology; Physician-patient relationship; Psychosocial oncology; Supportive oncology

Description

Communication is essential to providing family-centered care in pediatric oncology. Previously, we developed a functional model of communication between parents and clinicians. Prior research has not examined the domains and purposes of communication between children and clinicians. We explored parental perspectives to begin understanding this communication.

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Citation

Sisk BA; Schulz GL; Blazin LJ; Baker JN; Mack JW; DuBois JM, “Parental views on communication between children and clinicians in pediatric oncology: a qualitative study,” Pediatric Palliative Care Library, accessed August 8, 2022, https://pedpalascnetlibrary.omeka.net/items/show/17865.

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