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This study evaluated (1) differences in parents' emotion socialization (ES) beliefs for patients/siblings, (2) whether parents' ES beliefs predict patient/sibling coping, and (3) whether parents' ES beliefs moderate links between parent and patient/sibling coping with pediatric cancer.
To understand parent perceptions of types and severity of barriers to care within the pediatric otolaryngology patient population in WV.
To understand parent perceptions of post-operative narcotic use in the pediatric otolaryngology patient population.
Most cancers are diagnosed following contact with primary care. Patients diagnosed with cancer often see their doctor multiple times with potentially relevant symptoms before being referred to see a specialist, suggesting missed opportunities during doctor-patient conversations.
Pediatric fracture reductions can create anxiety for the child and parent. While cross-cultural evidence supports parental presence during some pediatric procedures, no study addresses parental presence during fracture reductions. This study investigates parent experiences during their child's reduction and provides guidance regarding parental attendance during fracture reductions. Sixty consecutive parents were retrospectively surveyed about their experience during their child's fracture reduction. Parents...
When a child is diagnosed with epilepsy, counseling regarding the same is done by the treating doctor. Most parents are frightened and have poor knowledge about epilepsy. Therapeutic advice including drug dosage, administration and side effects takes up the major part of physician's time, thereby neglecting important issues like home seizure management, follow up and others. These lacunae in knowledge require systematic patient and family education. To address these issues, an expert group meeting of pedia...
Parents of teens with inflammatory bowel disease must prepare their children for independent disease self-management. This study characterizes the stressors and coping strategies adopted among parents of teens with inflammatory bowel disease. Teens aged 16-22 years with inflammatory bowel disease who were consecutively seen by a pediatric gastroenterologist prior to transition to adult-centered care and their parents completed sociodemographic data, and two validated questionnaires for coping (Coping Health...
The Pediatric American Pain Society Patient Outcomes Questionnaire (Pediatric APS-POQ): Development and Initial Psychometric Evaluation of a Brief and Comprehensive Measure of Pain and Pain Outcomes in Hospitalized Youth.
Pediatric pain assessment in the hospital traditionally involves the patient's self-report of pain intensity using a numeric rating scale, which does not capture the complexity of the pain experience. No valid, comprehensive measure of pain in hospitalized youth exists. This study was designed to develop and conduct initial psychometric testing of the Pediatric American Pain Society Patient Outcomes Questionnaire (Pediatric APS-POQ), a comprehensive patient-reported measure of pain and pain outcomes in hosp...
Although they form a dyadic relationship, doctor's and patient's levels of trust in the other have usually been investigated separately. As members of dyadic relationships, they influence each other's behaviors and are interdependent because they share a past history and eventually a common future.
We examine whether family doctor firms in England respond to local competition by increasing their quality. We measure quality in terms of clinical performance and patient-reported satisfaction to capture its multi-dimensional nature. We use a panel covering 8 years for over 8000 English general practices. We measure competition as the number of rival doctors within a small distance and control for a large number of potential confounders. We find that increases in local competition are associated with incre...
This study aims to investigate how doctor-patient online interaction affects the integration of online and offline health services. Drawing on justice theory and the stimulus-organism-response (S-O-R) framework, justice perceptions are conceptualized as online health communication in influencing patient experiences and subsequent responses.
Communication processes play a key role in the patient-doctor relationship. Few studies have considered communicative processes in advanced Parkinson's disease (PD), and in particular in the phase of proposing complex therapies (CT). Therefore, we explored the role of communication and patient-doctor relationship in the transition phase to CT for advanced PD, analysing satisfaction, factors influencing the relationship and patients' unmet needs.
The acquisition of signed informed consent is not always enough to ensure adequate medical protection. Particularly, in plastic surgery, improving the doctor-patient relationship by understanding the patient's emotions and expectations becomes a determining factor when choosing the best therapeutic strategy for the subject in question, which may also include nonsurgical eligibility.
Recently, the Portuguese Parliament discussed four proposals aimed at allowing some forms of medically assisted death. However, all of them were rejected by the majority. Therefore, doctors who in some way accelerate a patient's death risk being convicted of the crime of homicide. Portuguese law provides some legal mechanisms that can exempt a doctor from criminal liability, such as causes excluding the conduct's wrongfulness, and causes excluding the doctor's culpability. Other elements to take into consid...
Most parents vividly recall the weeks, days, and moments preceding their child's death for years to come. Dissatisfaction with communication about their child's condition and lack of guidance can contribute to stress prior to a child's death. Based on findings from a study assessing the degree of preparation bereaved parents received and our collective clinical experience, the authors provide suggestions on end-of-life communication and guidance for parents.
An indication for a medical intervention alone is not sufficient to justify its implementation. In addition, consent has to be obtained from the patient who has been given relevant information by a doctor. If, instead of the patient, other persons are entitled to decide for him (parents for children incapable of consent, authorised representatives, carers), they must be informed. If the patient, who is aware of the significance of his decision, refuses to consent to the measure as a whole or to parts of it,...
Acute infections affect all of us at least once or twice a year. Sometimes the infection prompts a visit to our doctor, and the question asked by the patient and the doctor is whether the infection should be treated with antibiotics or not. This is an important question because unnecessary prescription of antibiotics adds to the increasing problem of antibiotics resistance. Objective means to determine whether the infection is caused by bacteria or virus, therefore, are necessary tools for the doctor.
Prior work in adult oncology suggests minority patients are less involved in decision making than preferred. However, few studies have explored decision-making experiences of minority parents in pediatric oncology. To determine whether parental decision-making preferences and experiences vary by race/ethnicity. Questionnaire-based cohort study. Three hundred sixty five parents of children with cancer and their oncologists at two academic centers. Parents reported on preferred and actual decision-making ...
Online healthcare has become an important part of healthcare services. Patients can access unlimited information reflecting a doctor's service quality in online health communities (OHCs). This information can reduce information asymmetry between patients and doctors, and further promote patient decisions. In this study, we focus on the patient's decision to switch from a doctor's online medical service to the same doctor's offline service.
In their thoughtful critiques of my article "Better than Best (Interest Standard) in Pediatric Decision Making," my colleagues make clear that there is little consensus on what is (are) the appropriate guidance and intervention principles in pediatric decision making, and disagree about whether one principle can serve both functions. Hester proposes his own unitary principle, the reasonable interest standard, which, like the best interest standard from which it is derived, encourages parents to aim for the ...
Premature births have a great impact on the parents. The purpose of this study was to investigate the anxieties of parents of premature infants regarding infantile diseases and to help medical staff better communicate with parents of premature infants.
It is unknown whether the implementation of an information video on spinal anesthesia for cesarean delivery, narrated in a patient's first language, reduces anxiety, increases satisfaction, and improves doctor-patient communication if there is a language barrier. In South Africa, most doctors speak English, and patients speak Xhosa, with educational and cultural disparities existing in many doctor-patient interactions.
Little is known about the experience of parents receiving results of quality-of-life research in pediatric advanced cancer. The PediQUEST study participants who indicated interest in results during enrollment were mailed summarized findings and the Disseminating Quality-of-Life Research Questionnaire. Respondents (86%,12/14) reported feeling more than "a little" recognized, grateful, or satisfied to receive results. Concurrently, 43% (6/14) endorsed feeling more than "a little" sad, confused, or anxious. No...
What process ought to guide decision making for pediatric patients? The prevailing view is that decision making should be informed and guided by the best interest of the child. A widely discussed structural model proposed by Buchanan and Brock focuses on parents as surrogate decision makers and examines best interests as guiding and-or intervention principles. Working from two recent articles by Ross on "constrained parental autonomy" in pediatric decision making (which is grounded in the Buchanan and Brock...