Information and communication when a parent has advanced cancer.

  title={Information and communication when a parent has advanced cancer.},
  author={Vida L Kennedy and Mari Lloyd-Williams},
  journal={Journal of affective disorders},
  volume={114 1-3},
BACKGROUND Children whose parents are diagnosed with advanced cancer are found to experience high levels of distress. Research has reported communication and information as some of the factors that may contribute to levels of distress in children. There is little research however, regarding what type of information and what level of communication children consider important. AIMS This study explored children's information needs and where and how or by whom they wanted to gain the information… CONTINUE READING

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