Early Predictors of Poor Coping Outcomes in Children Following Intensive Care Hospitalization and Stressful Medical Encounters

Small, Leigh
July 2002
Pediatric Nursing;Jul/Aug2002, Vol. 28 Issue 4, p393
Academic Journal
Focuses on a study conducted to search for evidence that can be assessed by nurses during hospitalization that can predict long-term maladaptive child outcomes following stressful medical events. Factors that affect child coping following hospitalization; Changes in pediatric hospitalization; Data and methods used; Review and critique of the evidence; Findings and its implication for practice. INSET: Table 1. Prior Correlational/Predictive Studies With....


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