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28 Cards in this Set

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developmental approach to children's health
Maddux, et al., 1986
health as whole child in system--positive definition
Halfon, Russ, & Regalado, 2005
Disease model
Neuromaturational model
Transactional model (biopsychosocial)
Life course health development model (risk and protective factors)
Halfon, Russ, & Regalado
Shift from infectious disease to chronic illness in children

Impact on child's environment i.e. school
Ireys & Katz in Wallace, 1997
CHIP Child Health Insurance Program

Insurance for all children not covered
Kronenfeld & Mathieson, 2003
New morbidity- environmental, cancer, and endocrine disruption
Landrigan, 1997
Focus on psychosocial factors as part of move to new morbidity

Ways for peds to respond to shift- implications for training and roles
American Academy of Pediatrics, 2001
The magic of touch
Colt, 1997
Traumatic events cannot be looked at in isolation
Impact of stress--increased levels of cortisol--prolonged exposure to cortisol affects attention, memory, and neg emotions

social support as a protective factor
Gunnar and Barr, 1998
Poor single mother

Child health problems predicted by mother's health and level of traumatic stress

Focus on community and parent to intervene
Graham-Berman & Seng (2005)
Comprehensive care includes the psychological, thus the need for interdisciplinary collaboration- which includes psychologist
Drotar, 1995
Family centered care
Family roles
Wallace, et al., 1997
developmental biopsychosocial approach to chronic illness

continuum/ balance of psychosocial/behavioral and physical components of chronic illness
Wood (1995)
findings of meta-analysis support view that psych. intervention can be effective when used in conjuntion with other treatments of illness
Beale, 2006
minor injury and illness as social learning opportunity
Parmalee, 1997
parental beliefs about injury
learning to prevent injury in the future
Lewis, et al., 2004
must consider social environmant i.e. poverty, drug use in treatment of HIV

intervention should target multiple systemic levels
Blackwell, Gruber, & VonAlmen, 1997
4 developmental models of infection
Kalish (1999)
ps preoperational
proximity, primitive relationship

Kalish (1999)
transfer/contact, but w/o concept of germs

Kalish (1999)
concept of germs

Kalish (1999)
differentiated biological
diseases caused by specific germs

Kalish (1999)
children's conception of illness follows Piagetian stage process
Perrin & Gerrity, 1981
external signals, disobedience to health rules

get well by following rules, i.e. staying in bed

Perrin & Gerrity, 1981
concrete operational
concrete symptoms caused by germs

stay away from sick people, take medicine

Perrin & Gerrity, 1981
formal operational
ilness can have numerous causes

body can heal itself

Perrin & Gerrity, 1981
different info/ findings depending on methodology- level of verbal demand

When verbal demands decreased, children able to distinguish btwn ilness concepts and moral concepts (refutes Perrin & Gerrity, 1981)
Kato, et al., 1998