SEARCH

SEARCH BY CITATION

REFERENCES

  • 1
    Bollard CM, Krance RA, Heslop HE. Hematopoietic stem cell transplantation in pediatric oncology. In: PizzoPA, PoplackDG, eds. Principles and Practice of Pediatric Oncology. 5th ed. Philadelphia, PA: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins; 2006: 476-500.
  • 2
    Handretinger R, Turner V, Barfield R. Hematopoietic stem cell transplantation. In: PuiCH, ed. Childhood Leukemias. 2nd ed. New York, NY: Cambridge University Press; 2006: 599-624.
  • 3
    Phipps S. Psychosocial and behavioral issues in stem cell transplantation. In: BrownRT, ed. Comprehensive Handbook of Childhood Cancer and Sickle Cell Disease. New York, NY: Oxford University Press; 2006: 75-99.
  • 4
    Neitzert CS, Ritvo P, Dancey J, Weiser K, Murray C, Avery J. The psychosocial impact of bone marrow transplantation: a review of the literature. Bone Marrow Transplant. 1998; 22: 409-422.
  • 5
    Vannatta K, Zeller M, Noll RB, Koontz K. Social functioning of children surviving bone marrow transplantation. J Pediatr Psychol. 1998; 23: 169-178.
  • 6
    Barrera M, Pringle LAB, Sumbler K, Saunders F. Quality of life and behavioral adjustment after pediatric bone marrow transplantation. Bone Marrow Transplant. 2000; 26: 427-435.
  • 7
    Barrera M, Atenafu E, Pinto J. Behavioral, social, and educational outcomes after pediatric stem cell transplantation and related factors. Cancer. 2009; 115: 880-889.
  • 8
    Phipps S. Stem cell transplant. In KazakA, KupstMJ, PaoM, PatenaudeA, WienerL, eds. Quick Reference for Pediatric Oncology Clinicians: The Psychiatric and Psychological Dimensions of Pediatric Cancer Symptom Management. Charlottesville, VA: IPOS Press; 2009: 82-89.
  • 9
    Phipps S, Dunavant M, Garvie P, Lensing S, Rai SN. Acute health-related quality of life in children undergoing stem cell transplant: I. Descriptive outcomes. Bone Marrow Transplant. 2002; 29: 425-434.
  • 10
    Phipps S, Dunavant M, Lensing S, Rai SN. Acute health-related quality of life in children undergoing stem cell transplant: II. Medical and demographic determinants. Bone Marrow Transplant. 2002; 29: 435-442.
  • 11
    Phipps S, Dunavant M, Lensing S, Rai SN. Patterns of distress in parents of children undergoing stem cell transplantation. Pediatr Blood Cancer. 2004; 43: 267-274.
  • 12
    Phipps S, Dunavant M, Lensing S, Rai SN. Psychosocial predictors of distress in parents of children undergoing stem cell transplantation. J Pediatr Psychol. 2005; 30: 139-153.
  • 13
    Syrjala KL, Cummings C, Donaldson GW. Hypnosis or cognitive behavioral training for the reduction of pain and nausea during cancer treatment: a controlled clinical trial. Pain. 1992; 48: 137-146.
  • 14
    Syrjala KL, Donaldson GW, Davis MW, Kippes ME, Carr JE. Relaxation and imagery and cognitive-behavioral training reduce pain during cancer treatment: a controlled clinical trial. Pain. 1995; 63: 189-198.
  • 15
    Ahles TA, Tope DM, Pinkson B, et al. Massage therapy for patients undergoing autologous bone marrow transplant. J Pain Symptom Manage. 1999; 18: 157-163.
  • 16
    Smith MC, Reeder F, Daniel L, et al. Outcomes of touch therapies during bone marrow transplant. Altern Ther Health Med. 2003; 9: 40-49.
  • 17
    Cassileth BR, Vickers AJ, Magill LA. Music therapy for mood disturbance during hospitalization for autologous stem cell transplantation. Cancer. 2003; 98: 2723-2729.
  • 18
    Barrera ME, Rykov MH, Doyle SL. The effects of interactive music therapy on hospitalized children with cancer: a pilot study. Psychooncology. 2002; 11: 379-388.
  • 19
    Phipps S. Reduction of distress associated with paediatric bone marrow transplant: complementary health promotion interventions. Pediatr Rehabil. 2002; 5: 223-234.
  • 20
    Phipps S, Dunavant M, Gray E, Rai SN. Massage therapy in children undergoing hematopoietic stem cell transplant: results of a pilot trial. J Cancer Integr Med. 2005; 3: 62-70.
  • 21
    Ernst E. Massage therapy for cancer palliation and supportive care: a systematic review of randomised clinical trials. Support Care Cancer. 2009; 17: 333-337.
  • 22
    Kutner JS, Smith MC, Corbin L, et al. Massage therapy versus simple touch to improve pain and mood in patients with advanced cancer: a randomized trial. Ann Intern Med. 2008; 149: 369-379.
  • 23
    Myers CD, Walton T, Small BJ. The value of massage therapy in cancer care. Hematol Oncol Clin North Am. 2008; 22: 649-660.
  • 24
    Beider S, Moyer CA. Randomized controlled trials of pediatric massage: a review. Evid Based Complement Alternat Med. 2007; 4: 23-34.
  • 25
    Martin RA. Humor, laughter, and physical health: methodological issues and research findings. Psychol Bull. 2001; 127: 504-519.
  • 26
    Bennett MP, Lengacher C. Humor and laughter influence health: III. Laughter and health outcomes. Evid Based Complement Alternat Med. 2008; 5: 37-40.
  • 27
    Fry WF. The physiologic effects of humor, mirth, and laughter. JAMA. 1992; 267: 1857-1861.
  • 28
    Stuber M, Hilber SD, Mintzer LL, Castaneda M, Glover D, Zeltzer L. Laughter, humor and pain perception in children: a pilot study. Evid Based Complement Alternat Med. 2009; 6: 271-276.
  • 29
    Dolgin MJ, Phipps S. Reciprocal influences in family adjustment to childhood cancer. In: BaiderL, CooperCL, Kaplan DeNourA, eds. Cancer and the Family. Chichester, UK: John Wiley & Sons; 1996: 73-92.
  • 30
    Streisand R, Rodrigue JR, Houck C, Graham-Pole J, Berlant N. Parents of children undergoing bone marrow transplantation: documenting stress and piloting a psychological intervention program. J Pediatr Psychol. 2000; 25: 331-338.
  • 31
    Hoekstra-Weebers JEHM, Huevel F, Jaspers JPC, et al. An intervention program for parents of pediatric cancer patients: a randomized controlled trial. J Pediatr Psychol. 1998; 23: 207-214.
  • 32
    Kazak AE, Blackall G, Himelstein B, et al. Producing systemic change in pediatric practice: an intervention protocol for reducing distress during pediatric procedures. Fam Syst Med. 1995; 13: 173-185.
  • 33
    Sahler OJZ, Fairclough DL, Phipps S, et al. Using problem-solving skills training to reduce negative affectivity in mothers of children with newly diagnosed cancer: report of a multi-site randomized trial. J Consult Clin Psychol. 2005; 73: 272-283.
  • 34
    Redd WH, Montgomery GH, DuHamel KN. Behavioral intervention for cancer treatment side effects. J Natl Cancer Inst. 2001; 93: 810-823.
  • 35
    Phipps S, Hinds PS, Channel S, Bell GL. Measurement of behavioral, affective and somatic responses to pediatric bone marrow transplantation. Development of the BASES scale. J Pediatr Oncol Nurs. 1994; 11: 109-117.
  • 36
    Phipps S, Dunavant M, Jayawardene D, Srivastava DK. Assessment of health related quality of life in acute inpatient settings: use of the BASES scale in children undergoing bone marrow transplantation. Int J Oncol. 1999; 12: 18-24.
  • 37
    Crook K, Beaver BR, Bell M. Anxiety and depression in children: a preliminary examination of the utility of the PANAS-C. J Psychopathol Behav Assess. 1998; 20: 333-350.
  • 38
    Bearman SI, Appelbaum FR, Buckner CD, et al. Regimen-related toxicity in patients undergoing bone marrow transplantation. J Clin Oncol. 1988; 6: 1562-1568.
  • 39
    SAS Institute Inc. SAS Statistical Software. Version 8. Cary, NC: SAS Institute Inc; 1999.
  • 40
    Smith MC, Reeder F, Daniel L, Baramee J, Hagman J. Outcomes of touch therapies during bone marrow transplant. Altern Ther Health Med. 2003; 9: 40-49.