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Dyadic Coping of Parents After the Death of a Child
This article explores the grief process of parents following the death of a child due to a life-limiting illness, putting particular focus on dyadic coping. Participants included 46 married parents… Expand
The needs of professionals in the palliative care of children and adolescents
- E. Bergsträsser, S. Inglin, Rosanna Abbruzzese, Katrin Marfurt-Russenberger, Martin Hošek, R. Hornung
- European Journal of Pediatrics
The main objectives of this qualitative study were to describe the perceptions and needs of pediatric health care professionals (HCPs) taking care of children with palliative care needs and to… Expand
Palliative care for children and adolescents in Switzerland: a needs analysis across three diagnostic groups
The objective of this qualitative study was to explore the perceptions and needs of families who care for a child with a life-limiting disease. Considering the heterogeneity of life-limiting diseases… Expand
[Complementary medicine use in oncology patients].
- S. Inglin, S. Amsler, F. Arigoni, C. Burton-Jeangros, C. Pargoux-Vallade, A-P Sappino
- Revue medicale suisse
- 21 May 2008
Through an anonymized questionnaire we assessed the prevalence of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) use in a series of cancer patients treated at the Geneva University Hospitals. 152 among… Expand
Evaluation du recours aux médecines complémentaires chez les patients en suivi oncologique
Nous avons evalue la prevalence du recours aux medecines complementaires (MC) en soumettant un questionnaire anonymise a 300 patients cancereux consultant le service d'oncologie des HUG. Parmi… Expand