Why chronically ill children face challenges in regular classrooms: perspectives from nursing teachers in Japan.

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BACKGROUND Chronically ill children are increasingly expected to join their peers in regular classrooms. However, sometimes schools do not provide adequate assistance. This study explores nursing teachers' thoughts and experiences on integrating such students into regular classrooms in Japan. METHODS We analysed 79 essays written by nursing teachers… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/cch.12423

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@article{Seki2017WhyCI, title={Why chronically ill children face challenges in regular classrooms: perspectives from nursing teachers in Japan.}, author={Youko Seki and Ayumu Kakinuma and Toshimasa Kuchii and Kumi Ohira}, journal={Child: care, health and development}, year={2017}, volume={43 2}, pages={281-288} }