The Role of Resilience in the Sibling Experience of Pediatric Palliative Care: What Is the Theory and Evidence?

@inproceedings{Chin2018TheRO,
  title={The Role of Resilience in the Sibling Experience of Pediatric Palliative Care: What Is the Theory and Evidence?},
  author={Wei Ling Chin and Tiina Jaaniste and Susan Trethewie},
  booktitle={Children},
  year={2018}
}
Siblings of children with life limiting conditions (LLC) are an important part of the broader family system and require consideration in the holistic care of the family. There can be considerable variation in the functioning and adjustment of these siblings. The current paper explores the resilience paradigm, particularly in the context of siblings of children with LLC and serious medical conditions. The potential impact of children living with a seriously ill brother or sister will be… CONTINUE READING

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