Being a mother of a critically sick child: issues for nursing practice and research
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What are the physical needs of parents?
What are the psychological needs of parents?
To what extent are the physical and psychological needs of parents being met?
To what extent are parents involved in the care of their child?
KeywordsCritical Illness Parental Stress Paediatric Intensive Care Unit Nursing Practice Sick Child
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