ERIC Number: EJ933423
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2011
Abstractor: As Provided
Reference Count: 27
Commentary on "Childhood Leukemia Survivors and Their Return to School: A Literature Review, Case Study, and Recommendations"
Journal of Applied School Psychology, v27 n3 p276-283 2011
This commentary pertains to the article, "Childhood Leukemia Survivors and Their Return to School: A Literature Review, Case Study, and Recommendations" by D. Scott Hermann, Jill R. Thurber, Kenneth Miles, and Gloria Gilbert in this issue (2011) regarding pediatric leukemia. The authors present a literature review regarding leukemia in childhood, an illustrative case study to demonstrate the psychoeducational effects of the disease, and best practice recommendations for school psychologists when working with children with cancer. This companion article offers additional considerations regarding the implementation of the authors' recommendations and how school psychologists can expand their current roles.
Descriptors: Psychoeducational Methods, Chronic Illness, Special Health Problems, Best Practices, School Psychologists, Children, Case Studies, Cancer, Literature Reviews, Barriers, Pupil Personnel Services, Child Health, Educational Environment, School Psychology, Pupil Personnel Workers, Response to Intervention, Student Problems, Guidelines, Emotional Adjustment, Student Adjustment, Attendance, Reentry Students, Cognitive Development
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Education Level: Elementary Secondary Education
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