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CONTENTS I. Introduction 1. Introduction: Why the Need for a Comprehensive Handbook on Pediatric Psychosocial Oncology/Hematology Ronald T. Brown 2. Cancer and Blood Disorders in Childhood: Biopsychosocial Developmental Issues in Assessment and Treatment F. Daniel Armstrong II. The Cancer Experience ¿On Treatment¿ 3. Stress and Coping in the Pediatric Cancer Experience Mary Jo Kupst and Kristin Bingen 4. Familial Issues When a Child Is on Treatment for Cancer Melissa Alderfer and Anne E. Kazak 5. Psychosocial and Behavioral Issues in Stem Cell Transplantation Sean Phipps 6. Peer, friendship issues and Emotional Well-Being Bernard Fuemmeler, Larry Mullins, and Melissa Y. Carpentier 7. Pain and Procedure Management Paola Conte and Gary Walco 8. Adherence to Treatment Demands Michael Rapoff, Ph.D., Anne McGrath, and Stephen Smith 9. Quality of Life in Childhood Cancer: Meaning, Methods and Missing Pieces Rachel B. Levi 10. Spirituality, Complementary, and Alternative Medicine Cynthia Myers, Margaret Stuber, and Lonnie Zeltzer 11. A Goodness-of-Fit Ethic for Informed Consent to Pediatric Cancer Patients Celia Fisher and Jessica K. Masty 12. Problem-Solving Skills for Mothers of Children with Newly Diagnosed Cancer Ollie Jane Z. Sahler, Diane Fairclough, Ernest Katz, James Varni, Sean Phipps, Raymond Mulhern, Michael J. Dolgin, Donna R. Copeland, and W. Lewis Johnson III. Cancer Late Effects ¿Off Treatment¿ 13. Psychological and Social Effects of surviving Childhood Cancer Anna Marsland, Linda Ewing, and Amanda Thompson 14. Neuropsychological Late Effects Raymond Mulhern and Robert W. Butler 15. Post Traumatic Stress and Post Traumatic Growth in Childhood Cancer Survivors and Their Parents Margaret L. Stuber 16. Interventions for Cancer Late Effects and Survivorship Robert W. Butler and Donna R. Copeland 17. Maximizing School, Academic, and Social Outcomes in Children and Adolescents with Cancer Ernest Katz and Avi Madan-Swain IV. Palliative Care and End of Life Issues 18. Issues in Palliative Care David J. Bearison 19. Loss and Grief Joanna Breyer, Aurora Sanfeliz, Cori E. Cieurzo, and Eugene Meyer V. Prevention of Primary and Secondary Malignancies 20. Genetic Issues Andrea Farkas Patenaude & Katherine Schneider 21. Smoking Cessation Vida L. Tyc 22. Health Promotion and Primary Prevention of Cancer Dawn K. Wilson and Sarah F. Griffin VI. Sickle Cell Disease 23. Biopsychosocial and Developmental Issues Related to Sickle Cell Disease Kathryn Gustafson, Melanie J. Bonner, Kristina Hardy, and Robert J. Thompson, Jr. 24. Neuropsychological Aspects of Sickle Cell Disease Jeffrey Schatz and Eve Puffer 25. Psychosocial Adaptation of Children and Adolescents with Sickle Cell Disease Lamia Barakat, Laurie A. Lash, Meredith J. Lutz, and D. Colette Nicolaou 26. Family Systems Issues in Pediatric Sickle Cell Disease Jerilynn Radcliffe, Lamia Barakat, and Rhonda C. Boyd 27. Issues in Pain Management of Sickle Cell Disease Nicole F. Swain, Monica J. Mitchell, and Scott W. Powers VII. Training, Funding, and Collaborative Endeavors 28. Training in Pediatric Psychosocial Hematology/Oncology Daniel L. Clay and T. David Elkin 29. Research opportunities and Collaborative Multi-Site Studies in Psychosocial Hematology/Oncology Stanley Whitsett, F. Daniel Armstrong, and Brad H. Pollock VIII. A Prospective and Retrospective View of Pediatric Hematology/Oncology 30. A Prospective and Retrospective View of Pediatric Hematology/Oncology John J. Spinetta, Giuseppe Masera and Momcilo Jankovic
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Cancer in children -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Sickle cell anemia in children -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Neoplasms -- psychology -- Child.
Anemia, Sickle Cell -- psychology -- Child.