How parents of children receiving pediatric palliative care use religion, spirituality, or life philosophy in tough times.

@article{Hexem2011HowPO,
  title={How parents of children receiving pediatric palliative care use religion, spirituality, or life philosophy in tough times.},
  author={Kari R Hexem and Cynthia J Mollen and Karen Carroll and Dexter A Lanctot and Chris Feudtner},
  journal={Journal of palliative medicine},
  year={2011},
  volume={14 1},
  pages={39-44}
}
BACKGROUND How parents of children with life threatening conditions draw upon religion, spirituality, or life philosophy is not empirically well described. METHODS Participants were parents of children who had enrolled in a prospective cohort study on parental decision-making for children receiving pediatric palliative care. Sixty-four (88%) of the 73 parents interviewed were asked an open-ended question on how religion, spirituality, or life philosophy (RSLP) was helpful in difficult times… CONTINUE READING
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