Comparison of Two Brief Parent-Training Interventions for Child Distress During Parent-Administered Needle Procedures.

@article{Slifer2009ComparisonOT,
  title={Comparison of Two Brief Parent-Training Interventions for Child Distress During Parent-Administered Needle Procedures.},
  author={Keith John Slifer and Melissa Demore and Natalie Vona-Messersmith and Valerie Pulbrook-Vetter and Melissa Schwartz Beck and Lynnda Dalhquist and Kimberly D Bellipanni and Elizabeth R. Johnson},
  journal={Children's health care : journal of the Association for the Care of Children's Health},
  year={2009},
  volume={38 1},
  pages={
          23-48
        }
}
This randomized clinical trial employed a 2-group (general child behavior management training vs. distraction for pain management training) design across repeated parent-administered needle procedures. Forty-seven children with a chronic illness requiring recurrent injections were observed at baseline and 2 intervention sessions. Videotaped observations of parent-child interactions were coded for child behavioral distress and parents' use of behavior management strategies. Across groups, many… CONTINUE READING

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