The pediatrician and childhood bereavement

M. L. Wolraich, J. Aceves, H. M. Feldman, Jr Hagan J.F., B. J. Howard, A. Navarro, A. J. Richtsmeier, H. C. Tolmas, F. Daniel Armstrong, D. R. DeMaso, P. Gilbertson, W. J. Mahoney, G. J. Cohen

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Abstract

Pediatricians should understand and evaluate children's reactions to the death of a person important to them by using age-appropriate and culturally sensitive guidance while being alert for normal and complicated grief responses. Pediatricians also should advise and assist families in responding to the child's needs. Sharing, family support, and communication have been associated with positive long-term bereavement adjustment.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)445-447
Number of pages3
JournalPediatrics
Volume105
Issue number2
StatePublished - Feb 1 2000
Externally publishedYes

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Bereavement
Social Adjustment
Grief
Communication
Pediatricians

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  • Pediatrics, Perinatology, and Child Health

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Wolraich, M. L., Aceves, J., Feldman, H. M., Hagan J.F., J., Howard, B. J., Navarro, A., ... Cohen, G. J. (2000). The pediatrician and childhood bereavement. Pediatrics, 105(2), 445-447.

The pediatrician and childhood bereavement. / Wolraich, M. L.; Aceves, J.; Feldman, H. M.; Hagan J.F., Jr; Howard, B. J.; Navarro, A.; Richtsmeier, A. J.; Tolmas, H. C.; Daniel Armstrong, F.; DeMaso, D. R.; Gilbertson, P.; Mahoney, W. J.; Cohen, G. J.

In: Pediatrics, Vol. 105, No. 2, 01.02.2000, p. 445-447.

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Wolraich, ML, Aceves, J, Feldman, HM, Hagan J.F., J, Howard, BJ, Navarro, A, Richtsmeier, AJ, Tolmas, HC, Daniel Armstrong, F, DeMaso, DR, Gilbertson, P, Mahoney, WJ & Cohen, GJ 2000, 'The pediatrician and childhood bereavement', Pediatrics, vol. 105, no. 2, pp. 445-447.
Wolraich ML, Aceves J, Feldman HM, Hagan J.F. J, Howard BJ, Navarro A et al. The pediatrician and childhood bereavement. Pediatrics. 2000 Feb 1;105(2):445-447.
Wolraich, M. L. ; Aceves, J. ; Feldman, H. M. ; Hagan J.F., Jr ; Howard, B. J. ; Navarro, A. ; Richtsmeier, A. J. ; Tolmas, H. C. ; Daniel Armstrong, F. ; DeMaso, D. R. ; Gilbertson, P. ; Mahoney, W. J. ; Cohen, G. J. / The pediatrician and childhood bereavement. In: Pediatrics. 2000 ; Vol. 105, No. 2. pp. 445-447.
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