9780890799925

Meeting Children's Psychosocial Needs Across The Health-Care Continuum

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    9780890799925

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    089079992X

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 4/30/2005
  • Publisher: Pro Ed

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Table of Contents

Illustrations xi
Preface xvii
Authors and Contributors xix
Introduction xxi
The Continuum of Care
xxii
Managed Care
xxii
Children's Voices
xxv
Psychosocial Care Across the Health-Care Continuum
xxv
References
xxix
1 Children's Hospitalization and Other Health-Care Encounters 1(42)
Lois J. Pearson
Characteristics of Children Hospitalized Today
3(1)
A Developmental Approach
4(14)
Vulnerable Children
18(2)
Resilient Children
20(1)
Family Reactions
21(6)
Sibling Reactions
27(3)
The Emergency Room Experience
30(3)
Ambulatory Care
33(2)
Home Health Care
35(1)
Conclusion
36(2)
Study Guide
38(1)
References
39(4)
2 Preparing Children for Health-Care Encounters 43(34)
Carmel C. Mahan
Stress and Coping
44(2)
Theoretical Framework for Preparation
46(4)
Developmental Perspective
50(2)
Language
52(3)
Preparation Techniques
55(13)
Emergency Admissions or Procedures
68(3)
Conclusion
71(1)
Study Guide
72(1)
References
73(4)
3 Play in Children's Health-Care Settings 77(42)
Rosemary Bolig
Play in Psychology, Education, and Anthropology
80(8)
Play in Health Care
88(14)
Playing into the 21st Century
102(4)
Conclusion
106(1)
Study Guide
107(1)
Appendix 3.1: Resources for Play
108(5)
References
113(6)
4 The Arts in Children's Health-Care Settings 119(56)
Judy A. Rollins
The Arts as Tools for Coping with Illness and Health-Care Experiences
121(10)
Research Findings and Applications
131(20)
Relationship-Centered Care
151(1)
Professional Artwork
152(2)
Facilitating the Creative Process
154(3)
Safety Issues
157(1)
Home Care Considerations
158(2)
Starting an Arts Program
160(4)
Conclusion
164(1)
Study Guide
165(1)
Appendix 4.1: Resources for Safety and the Arts
166(1)
Appendix 4.2: Resources for Starting Arts-in-Health-Care Programs
167(1)
References
168(7)
5 The Child with Special Health-Care Needs 175(46)
Elizabeth Ahmann and Judy A. Rollins
The Child with Special Health-Care Needs
176(2)
Principles of Care and Theoretical Frameworks
178(10)
Chronic Conditions and Child Development
188(12)
Family Issues
200(7)
Community Supports
207(5)
Conclusion
212(1)
Study Guide
213(1)
Appendix 5.1: Resources for Family-Member Peer Support
214(1)
References
215(6)
6 The Child Who Is Dying 221(56)
Lois J. Pearson
The Grief of Parents
223(1)
Children's Understanding of Death
224(5)
Talking to Children About Death
229(2)
The Grief of Siblings
231(7)
The Grief of Adolescents
238(1)
The Grief of Grandparents
239(1)
Anticipated Versus Sudden Grief
240(2)
Supportive Interventions at the Time of Death in the Hospital
242(2)
The Dying Child
244(7)
Hospice and Palliative Care
251(3)
Death at Home Versus Death in the Hospital
254(2)
Spiritual Care of the Dying Child
256(2)
Culturally Sensitive Grief Work
258(1)
Ethical Issues and End-of-Life Decisions
259(3)
Participation of Children at Funerals
262(1)
Memorial Programs and Bereavement Programming
263(3)
Disengagement Versus Continuing Bonds
266(1)
Conclusion
267(2)
Study Guide
269(1)
Appendix 6.1: Resources for Grieving Family Members
270(3)
References
273(4)
7 Families in Children's Health-Care Settings 277(36)
Teresa W. Julian and David A. Julian
Overview of Practice with Families
279(1)
Perspectives
280(6)
Skills
286(6)
Systemic Conditions
292(9)
Adopting the Role of Change Agent
301(5)
Self-Care
306(1)
Conclusion
307(1)
Study Guide
308(1)
References
309(4)
8 The Health-Care Environment 313(38)
Mardelle McCuskey Shepley
Psychosocial Issues
315(10)
Alternative Design Philosophies
325(3)
Design Recommendations for Hospital Environments
328(2)
Recent Trends in Hospital Design
330(2)
Alternative Caregiving Environments
332(4)
Dimensions of Healing Environments
336(6)
Conclusion
342(1)
Study Guide
343(1)
Appendix 8.1: Resources for Health-Care Environments
344(2)
References
346(5)
9 Spiritual Issues in Children's Health-Care Settings 351(70)
Lynn B. Clutter
The Importance of Spirituality
352(3)
Definition of Terms
355(1)
Theoretical Underpinnings of Spirituality
356(3)
Assessment of Spirituality
359(4)
Spiritual Distress
363(6)
A Developmental Approach
369(6)
General Concepts of Spiritual Intervention
375(1)
Direct Spiritual Practices or Interventions
376(18)
Critical Moments for Spiritual Interventions
394(1)
Baptism
395(1)
Referrals to Providers of Spiritual Care
395(6)
Spiritual Experiences
401(3)
Religion-Motivated Medical-Care Avoidance
404(2)
Documentation
406(1)
Conclusion
406(2)
Study Guide
408(1)
Appendix 9.1: Resources for Religion
409(4)
Appendix 9.2: Resources for Parish Nursing
413(1)
References
414(7)
10 Cultural Influences in Children's Health Care 421(34)
Lacretia Johnson
Culture
425(10)
Cross-Cultural Competence
435(14)
Conclusion
449(2)
Study Guide
451(1)
References
452(3)
11 Ethical, Moral, and Legal Issues in Children's Health Care 455(38)
Teresa A. Savage
Ethics and Ethical Decision Making in Health Care
456(1)
Decision Making for Children
457(6)
Ethical Issues Involving Newborns
463(12)
Ethical Issues Involving Children
475(10)
Conclusion
485(1)
Study Guide
486(1)
References
487(6)
12 Relationships in Children's Health-Care Settings 493(24)
Judy A. Rollins
Historical Perspective in Nursing
494(2)
The Doctor—Patient Relationship
496(1)
Relationships Among Professionals
497(2)
Types of Professional—Patient Relationships
499(3)
Special Considerations in Patient—Professional Relationships
502(2)
Negotiating Relationships
504(3)
Boundaries
507(2)
Establishing Relationships Between Professionals
509(3)
Conclusion
512(1)
Study Guide
513(1)
References
514(3)
Epilogue 517(16)
Judy A. Rollins
Lack of Accessible and Affordable Health Care
517(1)
Hospitals
518(3)
Professionals
521(2)
Continuum of Care
523(1)
Complementary and Alternative Medicine
523(1)
Research
524(2)
End-of-Life Care
526(1)
Technology
527(2)
Care for the Caregiver
529(1)
2020
529(1)
References
530(3)
Index 533(16)
About the Authors and Contributors 549

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