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Adherence among children and adolescents with insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus over a four-year longitudinal follow-up: I. The influence of patient coping and adjustment.
Psychosocial characteristics of diabetic children assessed shortly after diagnosis predicted typical or average adherence over a 4-year period, and Identification of such characteristics may be useful in developing strategies for intervention early in the course of illness.
Developmental disabilities among children younger than 5 years in 195 countries and territories, 1990–2016: a systematic analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study 2016
Measuring children's coping.
Using a transactional model of stress and coping, a measure of children's coping is offered and applied in a semi-structured interview in which specific coping styles are assessed. Data from 176…
Family environment and glycemic control: a four‐year prospective study of children and adolescents with insulin‐dependent diabetes mellitus.
This study demonstrated the important influence of family psychosocial factors present at diabetes onset on glycemic control in children and adolescents over the first 4 years of IDDM.
Adherence among children and adolescents with insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus over a four-year longitudinal follow-up: II. Immediate and long-term linkages with the family milieu.
It was found that family conflict, cohesion, and organization were strongly associated with independently rated first-year adherence levels, and the strongest predictor of longer term adherence was family Conflict, as experienced by the patients.
Psychological Adjustment of Children With Recently Diagnosed Diabetes Mellitus
- A. Jacobson, S. Hauser, D. Wertlieb, J. Wolfsdorf, J. Orleans, M. Vieyra
- Medicine, PsychologyDiabetes Care
- 1 July 1986
This study suggests that onset of diabetes does not necessarily lead to major disruptions of psychological adaptation and affirms the view that early adjustment to diabetes is embedded in a context of overall personality development and adaptation.
Psychologic predictors of compliance in children with recent onset of diabetes mellitus.
Children with recently diagnosed diabetes: interactions within their families.
- S. Hauser, A. Jacobson, D. C. Rajapark
- Psychology, MedicineHealth psychology : official journal of the…
Cross-sectional findings drawn from the first year of a 4-year longitudinal study of preadolescent and early adolescent insulin-dependent diabetics and their families reveal that the diabetic children and their parents expressed significantly more enabling speeches than comparable members of the acute illness group.
Converging trends in family research and pediatrics: recent findings for the American Academy of Pediatrics Task Force on the Family.
- D. Wertlieb
- Medicine, PsychologyPediatrics
- 1 June 2003
Recent trends in pediatrics and in the social and behavioral sciences are reviewed to document the opportunities and challenges faced by pediatricians and other health care professionals as they pursue basic commitments to healthy children and successful families.