Document Type and Release Option
Thesis (open access)
Dr. Sheri Carey
Thousands of American children are diagnosed with cancer annually. Cancer does not only affect these children, but also those that care for them. This study examined quality of life issues facing caregivers of children with cancer as a beginning effort in the investigation of this ongoing problem. Caregivers were surveyed at a pediatric hematology-oncology clinic. The surveys assessed caregiver burnout and level of self-care. Data was assessed using IBM SPSS software to determine signs of distress and decreased well-being in these participants. The results of this project will hopefully inspire other individuals to continue research in this field of study.
Siclare, Rachel S., "Reported Self-Care Practices and Perceptions of Well-Being in Caregivers of Children with Cancer" (2017). University Honors Program Theses. 240.