Ethical Issues in Pediatric Hematology/Oncology

  title={Ethical Issues in Pediatric Hematology/Oncology},
  author={Kate A. Mazur and Stacey L. Berg},
  journal={Ethical Issues in Pediatric Hematology/Oncology},
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A policy Delphi study to validate the key implications of data sharing (KIDS) framework for pediatric genomics in Canada
Qualitatively explored areas of consensus and dissensus of the KIDS Framework from the perspectives of Canadian clinician-scientists, genomic researchers, IRB members, and pediatric ethicists to provide institutions with empirically supported best practices.
Analyzing Gender Differences in Factors Affecting Depression among Multicultural Adolescents in South Korea: A Cross-Sectional Study
Depression scores were higher for females than males and depression prevention programs for multicultural adolescents need to vary according to gender, and programs should target families and teachers of multicultural adolescents as well.


Forfar and Arneil's Textbook of Paediatrics
This book serves as a standard pediatric textbook for the United Kingdom. Almost all of its authors reside there, although a few are scattered in former British colonies, including one from Virginia;
Adolescent development
For effective treatment of illness in adolescence, doctors need to know about adolescent development if they are to manage adeptly issues of adherence, identity, consent and confidentiality, and relationships between young people and their families.
Reasons for requests for evaluation of competency in a municipal general hospital.
The role of adolescents in decisions concerning their cancer therapy
The adolescent's role in decision‐making at the time of initial diagnosis and recurrence are discussed and bioethical concerns and understanding of the development in cognitive ability related to decision-making are summarized.
Assent in paediatric research: theoretical and practical considerations
The present paper argues that the assent requirement is supported by the importance of allowing children who are capable to make their own decisions, and suggests children are capable of assent when they become able to understand the research in question.
Collaborative communication in pediatric palliative care: a foundation for problem-solving and decision-making.
  • C. Feudtner
  • Medicine, Psychology
    Pediatric clinics of North America
  • 2007
Valid informed consent and participative decision-making in children with cancer and their parents: a report of the SIOP Working Committee on psychosocial issues in pediatric oncology.
The child's right to medical information, the parents' legal responsibility for but not exclusive right over the child's health, and ways of encouraging the younger child's active participation in his or her own health care at an age-appropriate level of understanding are discussed.
Children's participation in shared decision-making: children, adolescents, parents and healthcare professionals' perspectives and experiences.