Childhood cancer survivors' school (re)entry: Australian parents' perceptions.

  title={Childhood cancer survivors' school (re)entry: Australian parents' perceptions.},
  author={Jordana K Mcloone and Claire E Wakefield and Richard J Cohn},
  journal={European journal of cancer care},
  volume={22 4},
Starting or returning to school after intense medical treatment can be academically and socially challenging for childhood cancer survivors. This study aimed to evaluate the school (re)entry experience of children who had recently completed cancer treatment. Forty-two semi-structured telephone interviews were conducted to explore parents' perceptions of their child's (re)entry to school after completing treatment (23 mothers, 19 fathers, parent mean age 39.5 years; child mean age 7.76 years… CONTINUE READING