Baggott, ¢ .. 214 Baghurst, P., 79 Balestreri, L., 9 Barton, S. ]., 320 Bashore, L., 98 Beale, I. L., 214, 343 Brace-O’ Neill, ]., 305 Bradlyn, A. S., Brophy, P., 9

Buckner, E. B., 264

allahan, C., 16

artwright, ]., 200

hang, A., 343

hang, Y.-C., 33

hase, T., 320

hen, C.-F., 33

heng, S.-N., 33 larke-Steffen, L., 300, 305 oldsmith, A., 180

ole, S., 335 ollins, C. T., 79

rittenden, M., 233

Darling, J., 27 Decker, C., 327

De La Cruz, H., 16 DiTaranto, S., 22 Dodd, M. J., 214

Dyer, S. L., 79

Epstein, 1., 103

Eshelman, D., 271

Forte, K., 271 France, D. ]., 200

Freeman, K., 87

Gamba, N., 27

233

Gong, K.,

Haase, J. E., 145, 289, 305, 32

Ability to consent

AUTHOR INDEX

Handgretinger, R., 67

Hardy, C., 40

Hare, M. L., 121, 160, 1 Harper, J., 175

Harris, M. B., 165 Hayden, R. T., 67 Hellsten, M. B., 180 Hensley, M. E., 67 Hester, A., 170, 271 Hinds, P:S.,. 123, 175;.1 Hobbie, W. L., 7 Hockenberry, M., 132 hu, Xi eeo

Hudson, M. M., 170, 27

Jacob, E., 350

Jones, V., 200

Kane, J. R., 180 Kaplan, S., 170 Kato, P. M., 214, 335 Kazak, A. E., 141

Ke, W., 67, 223 Kippenbrock, S., 170 Kline, N. E., 199 Kline, N. E., 65, 257

Kupst, M. J., 302, 305

Labay, L. E., Landier, W., 271 Latham, B., : Liao, M., 40

Majcina, R., 170 Mayans, S., 165 McCullers, J. A., 67 Meachan, B., 79 Meola, C., 87

Moore, I. M. (K.), 128 Munet-Vilaro, F., 155

Nelson, A. E., 288, 305

O'Dell, K., 87

86 Packman, W., 233 Phillips, C. R., 145, 327 Pritchard, M., 175 Pritchett, J. K., 264

Rayens, M. K., 320 Reaman, G. H., 123 Rodgers, C., 358

Routhieaux, J. A., 207

86, 207, 223

Saxon, B., 79 Scavuzzo, J., 27 Schmus, C., 9 Shaffer, T., 233 Smith, M., 160 Sobo, E. J., 150 Stegenga, K. A., 207 Stewart, J. L., 186

Sweeney, T., 170, 271

Thompson, V., 200 Tomlinson, D., 258

Tracy, E Untalan, F. F., 40

VanZutphen, K., 233 Vear, S., 170

Wang, R.-H., 33 Ward-Smith, P., 207 Whitlock, J. \., 200 Wiard, S., 170 Williams, R., 223 Wohlschlaeger, A., 281 Womer, R. B., 22 Woodruff, K., 40 Woods, G. M., 207

SUBJECT INDEX

physical restraint during procedures: implications for

practice, 258-263

Acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL)

assessment of chemotherapy-induced oral complica-

tions in, 33-39

biobehavioral research, 128-131

quality of life: current status and future challen

37-140

ve ges,

Adolescent Resiliency Model (ARM), 288-306

\dolescent siblings

psychosocial adjustment of adolescent siblings of

hematopoietic stem cell transplant patients, 233-246

Adolescents with cance \dolescent Resiliency Model (ARM), 288-306 adventure therapy as mental health promotion strate- gy, 103-109 information needs of, 327-335 outcomes: the adolescent/young adult experience, 145-148 survivors’ knowledge of their disease and effects of treatment, 98-102

Advanced practice nurses

central line placement: a model of collaboration, 16-21

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Baggott, ¢ .. 214 Baghurst, P., 79 Balestreri, L., 9 Barton, S. ]., 320 Bashore, L., 98 Beale, I. L., 214, 343 Brace-O’ Neill, ]., 305 Bradlyn, A. S., Brophy, P., 9

Buckner, E. B., 264

allahan, C., 16

artwright, ]., 200

hang, A., 343

hang, Y.-C., 33

hase, T., 320

hen, C.-F., 33

heng, S.-N., 33 larke-Steffen, L., 300, 305 oldsmith, A., 180

ole, S., 335 ollins, C. T., 79

rittenden, M., 233

Darling, J., 27 Decker, C., 327

De La Cruz, H., 16 DiTaranto, S., 22 Dodd, M. J., 214

Dyer, S. L., 79

Epstein, 1., 103

Eshelman, D., 271

Forte, K., 271 France, D. ]., 200

Freeman, K., 87

Gamba, N., 27

233

Gong, K.,

Haase, J. E., 145, 289, 305, 32

Ability to consent

AUTHOR INDEX

Handgretinger, R., 67

Hardy, C., 40

Hare, M. L., 121, 160, 1 Harper, J., 175

Harris, M. B., 165 Hayden, R. T., 67 Hellsten, M. B., 180 Hensley, M. E., 67 Hester, A., 170, 271 Hinds, P:S.,. 123, 175;.1 Hobbie, W. L., 7 Hockenberry, M., 132 hu, Xi eeo

Hudson, M. M., 170, 27

Jacob, E., 350

Jones, V., 200

Kane, J. R., 180 Kaplan, S., 170 Kato, P. M., 214, 335 Kazak, A. E., 141

Ke, W., 67, 223 Kippenbrock, S., 170 Kline, N. E., 199 Kline, N. E., 65, 257

Kupst, M. J., 302, 305

Labay, L. E., Landier, W., 271 Latham, B., : Liao, M., 40

Majcina, R., 170 Mayans, S., 165 McCullers, J. A., 67 Meachan, B., 79 Meola, C., 87

Moore, I. M. (K.), 128 Munet-Vilaro, F., 155

Nelson, A. E., 288, 305

O'Dell, K., 87

86 Packman, W., 233 Phillips, C. R., 145, 327 Pritchard, M., 175 Pritchett, J. K., 264

Rayens, M. K., 320 Reaman, G. H., 123 Rodgers, C., 358

Routhieaux, J. A., 207

86, 207, 223

Saxon, B., 79 Scavuzzo, J., 27 Schmus, C., 9 Shaffer, T., 233 Smith, M., 160 Sobo, E. J., 150 Stegenga, K. A., 207 Stewart, J. L., 186

Sweeney, T., 170, 271

Thompson, V., 200 Tomlinson, D., 258

Tracy, E Untalan, F. F., 40

VanZutphen, K., 233 Vear, S., 170

Wang, R.-H., 33 Ward-Smith, P., 207 Whitlock, J. \., 200 Wiard, S., 170 Williams, R., 223 Wohlschlaeger, A., 281 Womer, R. B., 22 Woodruff, K., 40 Woods, G. M., 207

SUBJECT INDEX

physical restraint during procedures: implications for

practice, 258-263

Acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL)

assessment of chemotherapy-induced oral complica-

tions in, 33-39

biobehavioral research, 128-131

quality of life: current status and future challen

37-140

ve ges,

Adolescent Resiliency Model (ARM), 288-306

\dolescent siblings

psychosocial adjustment of adolescent siblings of

hematopoietic stem cell transplant patients, 233-246

Adolescents with cance \dolescent Resiliency Model (ARM), 288-306 adventure therapy as mental health promotion strate- gy, 103-109 information needs of, 327-335 outcomes: the adolescent/young adult experience, 145-148 survivors’ knowledge of their disease and effects of treatment, 98-102

Advanced practice nurses

central line placement: a model of collaboration, 16-21

Journal of Pediatric Oncology Nursing, Vol 21, No 6 (November-December), 2004: pp 364-368

131 e I-MIBG treatment for neuroblastoma, nursing chal-

lenges with, 9-15 \dventure therapy as mental health promotion strategy, 103-109 \dverse drug events voluntary incident reporting: CIRIS system, 200-205 Aspergillus total fungus and Aspergillus on a hematopoietic stem cell transplantation (HSCT) unit, 67-78 \ssessment measurement quality of life: current status and future challenges, 137-140 \ssociation of Pediatric Oncology Nurses (APON) 28th

Annual Conference (editorial), 257

Biobehavioral research advancing biobehavioral research, 128-131 research from past successes through collaboration to future transdisciplinary research, 123-126 Bland-Altman method comparison of methods for obtaining blood speci- mens, 320 Blood specimens comparison of methods for obtaining, 320 sone marrow transplants, see Hematopoietic stem cell transplantation Brain tumors biobehavioral research, 128-131 parental concerns and stressors by phase of illness, 87-95

Caloric intake comparison of calorie and protein intake in hospital ized patients dining with a caregiver vs patient dining alone, 223-232 Central nervous system (CNS) tumors biobehavioral research, 128-131 childhood brain tumors: parental concerns and stres- sors by phase of illness, 87-95 Central venous cathetet central line placement: a model of collaboration, 16-21 comparison of methods for obtaining blood speci- mens, 320 Chemotherapy oral assessment of chemotherapy-induced oral compli- cations in leukemia and lymphoma patients, 33-39 rapid hydration protocol to prevent chemotherapy errors, 22-26 virtual chemotherapy unit to speed admissions process, 27-32 Chemotherapy Incident Reporting and Improvement System (CIRIS), 200-205 Chemotherapy-induced mucositis, see Mucositis Chemotherapy safety voluntary incident reporting (editorial), 199 voluntary incident reporting: lessons from the field, 200-205 hildhood Cancer Survivor Study (CCSS) progress in childhood cancer survival, 160-163

Chronic transfusion therapy

365

quality of life among children with sickle cell disease receiving CTT, 207-213 linical trials nurses’ perceptions of phase I clinical trials: literature review, 343 ollaboration central line placement: a model of collaboration, 16-21 research from past successes through collaboration to future transdisciplinary research, 123-126 ommunication in cancer care a culturally-informed research agenda, 150-153 see also Cultural competence; Informational needs omputerized order entry virtual chemotherapy unit to speed admissions and prevent errors, 27-32 oping \dolescent Resiliency Model (ARM), 288-306 ultural competence communication in cancer care: a culturally-informed research agenda, 150-153 delivery of culturally competent care to Latino chil- dren and families, 155-158 ytokines Insuflon vs subcutaneous injection for cytokine admin-

istration: randomized crossover study, 79-85

Death and dying end-of-life research as priority, 175-178 relationship-based research in pediatric end-of-life care, 180-184 Dependent-care advice survey of self-care and dependent-care advice given by nurses, 214-221 Discard method comparison of methods for obtaining blood speci- mens, 320 Diversity, see Cultural competence; Cultural diversity;

Ethnicity

Eating comparison of calorie and protein intake in hospital- ized patients dining with a caregiver vs. patient din-

192_9

ing alone, 223-232

Education for children and adolescents with cance Informational needs End-of-life care end-of-life research as priority, 175-178 relationship-based research in pediatric end-of-life care, 180-184 Error reduction rapid hydration protocol to prevent ¢ hemotherapy

99.96

errors, virtual chemotherapy unit to speed admissions and prevent errors, 27-32 Ethics physical restraint during procedures: implications for prac tice, 258-263 Ethnicity

see also Cultural competence

366

Families biobehavioral research, 128-131 comparison of calorie and protein intake in hospital- ized patients dining with a caregiver vs. patient din-

ing alone, 223-23

) end-of-life research as priority, 175-178 psychosocial adjustment of adolescent siblings of

2

hematopoietic stem cell transplant patients, 233-246 relationship-based research in pediatric end-of-life care, 180-184 self-care and dependent-care advice given by nurses, 214-291 . stressors associated with Pacific Islands children diag- nosed with cancer and severe blood disorders, 40-49 see also Parents of children with cance1 Fatigue symptom management research in children, 132-135 Food intake comparison of calorie and protein intake in hospital- ized patients dining with a caregiver vs. patient din- ing alone, 223-232 Fungus total fungus and Aspergillus on a hematopoietic stem cell transplantation (HSCT) unit, 67-78

Granulocyte-colony stimulating factor (G-CSF) Insuflon vs subcutaneous injection for cytokine administration: ran- domized crossover study, 79-85

Growth of children

weight gain and height velocity | year following bone marrow transplant, 358 Guidelines Children’s Oncology Group Long-term Follow-up Guidelines and Health Links, integration of in clini- cal practice, 271-280

Hematopoietic stem cell transplantation (HSCT) levels of total fungus and Aspergillus on a pediatric HSCT unit, 67-78 psychosocial adjustment of adolescent siblings of

2

hematopoietic stem cell transplant patients, 233-246 social environment of outpatient bone marrow trans- plant clinic, parental views of, 264-270 weight gain and height velocity 1 year following BMT, 358 Holding down, physical restraint during procedures:

258-263

implications for practice, Hydration, rapid hydration protocol to prevent

chemotherapy errors, 22-26

I-MIBG treatment nursing challenges in children’s treatment with, 9-15 Incident reporting patient safety and voluntary incident reporting (edito- rial), 199 voluntary incident reporting: lessons from the field, 900-205 see also Medical errors; Patient safety Informational needs

of adolescents with cancer, 327, 3:

Indexes

childhood brain tumors: parental concerns and stres- sors by phase of illness, 87-95 Children’s Oncology Group Long-term Follow-up Guidelines and Health Links, integration of in clini- cal practice, 271-280 survivors’ knowledge of their disease and effects of treatment, 98-102 Injection Insuflon vs subcutaneous injection for cytokine admin- istration: randomized crossover study, 79-85 Insuflon vs subcutaneous injection for cytokine administration: randomized crossover study, 79-85

Interdisciplinary teams

© I-MIBG treatment for neuroblastoma, nursing chal-

lenges in children’s treatment with, 9-15 Invasive aspergillosis total fungus and Aspergillus on a hematopoietic stem cell transplantation (HSCT) unit, 67-78

Late effects Children’s Oncology Group Long-term Follow-up Guidelines and Health Links, integration of in clini- cal practice, 271-280 monitoring: model of care for survivors, 170-174 Latino patients delivery of culturally competent care to Latino chil- dren and families, 155-158 Leukemia biobehavioral research, 128-131 chemotherapy-induced oral complications in, assess- ment of, 33-39 Long-term survival, see Survival; Survivors Lymphoma assessment of chemotherapy-induced oral complica-

tions in, 33-39

Medical errors patient safety and voluntary incident reporting (edito- rial), 199 rapid hydration protocol to prevent chemotherapy

errors, 22-26

virtual chemotherapy unit to speed admissions and prevent errors, 27-32 voluntary incident reporting: lessons from the field, 200-205 Mental health promotion (MHP) adventure therapy as MHP strategy, 103-109 Model of care for long-term survivors, 170-174 Mucositis in leukemia and lymphoma patients, oral assessment of, 33-39 prevention and treatment guide for nurses, 281-287 symptom management research in children, 132-135 Multiculturalism

see Cultural competence; Cultural diversity; Ethnicity

National Institute of Nursing Research (NINR)

adolescent/young adults: outcomes, 145-148

Indexes

biobehavioral research, 128-131

communication in cancer care: a culturally-informed research agenda, 150-153

end-of-life research as priority, 175-178

health-related quality of life: current status and future challenges, 137-140

integrating the child into home and community after completion of treatment, 165-168

monitoring late effects after childhood cancer, 170-174

moving research agenda forward (editorial), 121-122

moving the research agenda forward, 186-188

progress in childhood cancer survival, 160-163

relationship-based research in pediatric end-of-life care, need for, 180-184

research from past successes through collaboration to

h future transdisciplinary research, 123-126

symptom management research in children, 132-135 Nausea and vomiting symptom management research in children, 132-135 Neuroblastoma nursing challenges in ~ I-MIBG treatment, 9-15 Neuropathic pain in children with cancer, 350 Nontraditional settings social environment of outpatient bone marrow trans- plant clinic: parental views of, 264-270 Nursing, pediatric oncology nurses as agents of change (editorial), 7-8 nurses’ perceptions of phase I clinical trials: literature review, 343 self-care and dependent-care advice given by nurses, 214-221 Nutritional concerns comparison of calorie and protein intake in hospital- ized patients dining with a caregiver ys. patient din- ing alone, 223-232 symptom management research in children, 132-135 weight gain and height velocity | year following bone

marrow transplant, 358

Opportunistic infection total fungus and Aspergillus on a hematopoietic stem cell transplantation (HSCT) unit, 67-78 Oral side effects

in leukemia and lymphoma patients, assessment of,

mucositis: prevention and treatment guide for nurses, 281-287 Outcome research the adolescent/young adult experience, 145-148 communication: a culturally-informed research agen- da, 150-153

progress in childhood cancer survival, 160-163

Pacific Islanders stressors associated with Pacific Islands children diag- nosed with cancer and severe blood disorders, 40-49 Pain Insuflon vs subcutaneous injection for cytokine admin-

istration: randomized crossover study, 79-85

neuropathic pain in children with cancer, 350 physical restraint during procedures: implications for practice, 258-263 quality of life among children with sickle cell disease receiving chronic transfusion therapy, 207-213 symptom management research in children, 132-135 Palliative care end-of-life research as priority, 175-178 relationship-based research in pediatric end-of-life care, need for, 180-184 Parents of children with cancet brain tumors: parental concerns and stressors by phase of illness, 87-95 end-of-life research as priority, 175-178 relationship-based research in pediatric end-of-life care, 180-184 self-care and dependent-care advice given by nurses, 214-221 social environment of outpatient bone marrow trans- plant clinic, parental views of, 264-270 stressors for Pacific Islands children diagnosed with cancer and severe blood disorders, 40-49 see also Families Patient education, see Informational needs Patient safety patient safety and voluntary incident reporting (edito- rial), 199 promotion through pediatric chemotherapy and bio- therapy provider program (editorial), 65-66 voluntary incident reporting: lessons from the field, 200-205 see also Error reduction; Medical errors Phase I clinical trials nurses’ perceptions of: literature review, 343 Physical restraint implications for practice, 258-263 Posttraumatic stress symptoms (PTSS) in childhood and adolescent cancer patients, 128-131 psychosocial adjustment of adolescent siblings of hematopoietic stem cell transplant patients, 233-246 quality of life: current status and future challenges, 137-140 Prehydration rapid hydration protocol to prevent chemotherapy errors, 22-26 Protein intake comparison of calorie and protein intake in hospital- ized patients dining with a caregiver vs. patient din- ing alone, 2 Psychosocial adjustment Adolescent Resiliency Model (ARM), 288-306 of adolescent siblings of hematopoietic stem cell trans- plant patients, 233-246 the adolescent/young adult experience and outcomes, 145-148 Psychosocial functioning of childhood and adolescent cancer patients, 128-131 Push-pull method comparison of methods for obtaining blood speci-

mens, 370

368

Indexes

Quality of life Adolescent Resiliency Model (ARM), 288-306 among children with sickle cell disease receiving chronic transfusion therapy, 207-213 37-140 mucositis: prevention and treatment guide for nurses,

281-287

current status and future challenges,

Radioisotope therapy I-MIBG treatment for neuroblastoma, nursing chal- lenges with, 9-15 Reintegration integrating the child into home and community after completion of treatment, 165-168 Relationships relationship-based research in pediatric end-of-life care, 180-184 see also Families; Parents of children with cancer Relocation support stressors associated with Pacific Islands children diag- nosed with cancer and severe blood disorders, 40-49 Remission, see Survival; Survivors Research the adolescent/young adult experience, 145-148 advancing biobehavioral research, 128-131 communication in cancer care: a culturally-informed research agenda, 150-153 end-of-life research as priority, 175-178 integrating the child into home and community after completion of treatment, 165-168 monitoring: model of care for survivors, 170-174 moving research agenda forward (editorial), 121-122 moving the research agenda forward, 186-188 from past successes through collaboration to future transdisciplinary research, 123-126 relationship-based research in pediatric end-of-life

care, need for, 180-184

To

symptom management research in children, 132-135 Resilience

Adolescent Resiliency Model (ARM), 288-306 Resources

brain tumors: parental concerns and stressors by phase

of illness, 87-95

Safety, see Error reduction; Medical errors; Patient

safety

Self-care survey of self-care and dependent-care advice given by nurses, 214-221 Self-concept adventure therapy as mental health promotion strategy for adolescents, 103-109 Siblings psychosocial adjustment of adolescent siblings of hematopoietic stem cell transplant patients, 233-246 Sickle cell disease quality of life among children receiving chronic trans-

fusion therapy, 207-213

Social environment of outpatient bone marrow transplant clinic: parental views of, 264-270

Stomatitis

oral assessment of chemotherapy-induced oral compli-

cations in leukemia and lymphoma patients, 33-39 Stressors brain tumors: parental concerns and stressors by phase of illness, 87-95 for Pacific Islands children diagnosed with cancer and severe blood disorders, 40-49 Suffering end-of-life research as priority, 175-178 relationship-based research in pediatric end-of-life care, need for, 180-184 Surveys self-care and dependent-care advice given by nurses, 214-221 Survival monitoring late effects after childhood cancer, 170-174 progress in childhood cancer survival, 160-163 Survivors childhood and adolescent cancer survivors’ knowledge of their disease and effects of treatment, 98-102 Children’s Oncology Group Long-term Follow-up Guidelines and Health Links, integration of in clini- cal practice, 271-280 integrating the child into home and community after completion of treatment, 165-168 monitoring late effects after childhood cancer, 170-174 Symptom management the adolescent/young adult experience, 145-148 clinical research studies and, 132-135 end-of-life research as priority, 175-178 self-care and dependent-care advice given by nurses,

214-221

Technology virtual chemotherapy unit to speed admissions and prevent errors, 27-32 Total fungus on a hematopoietic stem cell transplantation (HSCT) unit, 67-78 Iransdisciplinary research research from past successes through collaboration to future transdisciplinary research, 123-126

Virtual chemotherapy unit

27-32

to speed admissions and prevent errors, Voluntary incident reporting editorial, 199 lessons from the field, 200-205 Young adults with cancer outcomes: the adolescent/young adult experience, 145-148

see also Adolescents with cancer