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Measuring impact of nursing intervention on cancer patients' ability to control symptoms.
Cancer patients' ability to control symptoms and to maintain reasonable quality of life is limited due to lack of knowledge, guidance, and instructions from health care providers, who usually refrain… Expand
Self-efficacy and physical activity in adolescents with trivial, mild, or moderate congenital cardiac malformations
Abstract Our purpose was to examine the cognitive processes that influence involvement in physical activity among 100 adolescents, 55 boys and 45 girls, ranging in age from 12 to 18 years, with… Expand
Parenting stress and mothers of young children with chronic illness: a cross-cultural study.
- T. Krulik, A. Turner-Henson, Y. Kanematsu, R. Al-Ma'aitah, J. Swan, B. Holaday
- Journal of pediatric nursing
- 1 April 1999
This study examined the sources of parenting stress among mothers from Israel, Japan, Jordan, and the United States who had a young child with a chronic illness. The results indicated mothers from… Expand
Successful 'normalizing' tactics of parents of chronically-ill children.
- T. Krulik
- Psychology, Medicine
- Journal of advanced nursing
- 1 November 1980
To be or to parent a chronically-ill child is a difficult experience. Parents can initiate 'normalizing' tactics that alleviate the child's feeling of being different and enable a sense of control… Expand
Emotional and physical demands on caregivers in home care to the elderly in Switzerland and their relationship to nursing home admission.
- A. Kesselring, T. Krulik, M. Bichsel, C. Minder, J. C. Beck, A. Stuck
- European journal of public health
- 1 September 2001
BACKGROUND Planning the home care of growing numbers of old, dependent people must include the caregivers' burden. METHODS A convenience sample of 129 caregivers of elderly patients with multiple… Expand
Loneliness and social support of mothers of chronically ill children.
To address the problem of loneliness and social support in mothers of chronically ill children, we interviewed 90 mothers, among them 33 whose children suffered from a chronic life-threatening… Expand
Fathers of Children With Chronic Illness: Do They Differ From Fathers of Healthy Children?
This study compared 80 fathers of children with chronic illness to 80 fathers of healthy children in Israel on the following variables: stressful life events, self-esteem, social support, marital… Expand
A test of parenthood: dilemmas of parents of terminally ill adolescents.
This article presents partial findings from a study that examined the process experienced by parents (mainly mothers) of an adolescent child with terminal cancer. It focuses on two processes that… Expand
Helping parents of children with cancer during the midstage of illness.
- T. Krulik
- Cancer nursing
- 1 December 1982