Child life and children's dentistry: broadening our scope of concern.

Abstract

The Association for the Care of Children's Health has recently broadened its scope of psychosocial concern to include not only children and families in hospitals, but also those in any health care setting. Clinical dental treatment has long been recognized as capable of producing patient apprehension. This paper discusses possible philosophical differences… (More)

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@article{Glasrud1984ChildLA, title={Child life and children's dentistry: broadening our scope of concern.}, author={P H Glasrud and Robert J Feigal}, journal={Children's health care : journal of the Association for the Care of Children's Health}, year={1984}, volume={12 3}, pages={143-7} }