Juy A Rollins

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  • J A Rollins
  • Critical care nursing clinics of North America
  • 1997
Child witnesses respond to violent events in two stages: an immediate reaction to the trauma followed by a response to the trauma and grief. The child's stage of development, circumstances surrounding the incident, and reactions of trusted adults affect responses. Secondary prevention measures during the first stage focus on protection and advocacy, while(More)
There is a growing awareness among health care professionals that the psychosocial needs of siblings of children with cancer are less adequately met than those of other family members. As part of a larger research study of 17 families of children with cancer, 20 healthy siblings, ages 3-11 years (7 males, 13 females), were tested using the Kinetic Family(More)
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