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The measurement scale of resilience among family caregivers of children with cancer: a psychometric evaluation

Background: Resilience to disease is a process of positive adaptation despite the loss of health, it involves the development of vitality and skills to overcome the negative effects of adversity, risks, and vulnerability caused by disease. In Mexico, cancer is the leading cause of death in children. Both the diagnosis and the treatment of childhood cancer affect the health of family caregivers. However, resilience is a personality trait that can be protective in these situations.

Tue, 12/20/2022 - 13:24

Shifting Priorities for the Survival of My Child: Managing Expenses, Increasing Debt, and Tapping Into Available Resources to Maintain the Financial Stability of the Family

Background: Parents are confronted with a range of direct costs and intense caregiving demands following their child's cancer diagnosis, which may potentially threaten the financial stability of the family. Objective The aims of this study were to explore the financial impact of a new childhood cancer diagnosis on families and understand the strategies families use to manage these financial impacts.

Tue, 12/20/2022 - 12:31

Side effects of chemotherapy in children with cancer: effects of nursing training administered to caregivers

Objective: The present study aimed to assess the consequences of providing nursing training to caregivers of children with cancer on the side effects associated with chemotherapy.

Design: The present study used a pre-test-post-test experimental design. Setting The study was conducted in a paediatric hematological oncology hospital in Ankara, Turkey

Tue, 12/20/2022 - 12:14

Impact of Caregiving for a Child With Cancer on Parental Health Behaviors, Relationship Quality, and Spiritual Faith: Do Lone Parents Fare Worse?

Caregiving stress has been associated with changes in the psychological and physical health of parents of children with cancer, including both partnered and single parents. While parents who indicate "single" on a demographic checklist are typically designated as single parents, a parent can be legally single and still have considerable support caring for an ill child. Correspondingly, an individual can be married/partnered and feel alone when caring for a child with serious illness.

Tue, 12/13/2022 - 16:03

Caring strategies in parents of children with cancer

Background: The increased prevalence of cancer in children influences the family as the main child caregiver. Regarding the spiritual dimension for increasing the life quality of parents and its effect on the management of the conditions induced by the disease, the goal of this study was to determine the strategy of care in parents of cancer children. Materials and Methods: This study was performed with a qualitative method using the content analysis approach.

Tue, 12/13/2022 - 11:53

Taking Refuge in Spirituality, a Main Strategy of Parents of Children with Cancer: a Qualitative Study

Background: Due to the rise in prevalence of childhood cancer the impact on family caregivers is increasing.
Spirituality may be an alleviating factor for improving the quality of parent life. There is a lack of organized spiritual
care in health care facilities, so that this aspect needs more emphasis. Thus this study aimed to evaluate the spiritual
strategy of parents of children with cancer. Materials: This qualitative study was conducted with a conventional content

Mon, 11/14/2022 - 10:40

Lifestyle and Symptom Management Needs: A Network Analysis of Family Caregiver Needs of Cancer Patients

Background: Previous research on the needs of family cancer caregivers (FCCs) have not elucidated associations between specific caregiving needs. Methods: Network analysis, a statistical approach that allows the estimation of complex relationship patterns, helps facilitate the understanding of associations between needs and provides the opportunity to identify and direct interventions at relevant and specific targets. No studies to date, have applied network analysis to FCC populations.

Sat, 09/03/2022 - 12:24

The influence of family social support on quality of life of informal caregivers of cancer patients

Background: Caregivers of cancer patients are at high risk of experiencing impairments in terms of anxiety, depression and quality of life. Objectives: This study examines the mediation capacity that perceived emotional support can have after diagnosis and six months later between depression and anxiety after diagnosis and quality of life in informal caregivers of cancer patients. Design: A sample of 67 informal caregivers of cancer patients was used. This study is longitudinal, ex post facto prospective, with convenience sampling.

Sat, 09/03/2022 - 11:04

Health-Related Quality of Life: A Comparative Analysis of Caregivers of People with Dementia, Cancer, COPD/Emphysema, and Diabetes and Noncaregivers, 2015-2018 BRFSS

Background: Many informal caregivers experience significant caregiving burden and report worsening healthrelated quality of life (HRQoL). Caregiver HRQoL may vary by disease context, but this has rarely been studied.

Fri, 09/02/2022 - 14:40

Relationship Between Caregiver Uncertainty, Problem-Solving, and Psychological Adjustment in Pediatric Cancer

Objective: The current study examined the roles of constructive and dysfunctional problem-solving strategies in the relationships between illness uncertainty and adjustment outcomes (i.e., anxious, depressive, and posttraumatic stress symptoms) in caregivers of children newly diagnosed with cancer.

Fri, 09/02/2022 - 11:08

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