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Published on 30.12.15 in Vol 4, No 4 (2015): Oct-Dec

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Works citing "Optimizing Social Network Support to Families Living With Parental Cancer: Research Protocol for the Cancer-PEPSONE Study"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/resprot.5055):

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  1. Hauken MA, Pereira M, Senneseth M. The Effects on Children’s Anxiety and Quality of Life of a Psychoeducational Program for Families Living With Parental Cancer and Their Network. Cancer Nursing 2018;41(6):473
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  2. Senneseth M, Dyregrov A, Matthiesen SB, Pereira M, Hauken MA. Improving social network support for partners facing spousal cancer while caring for minors: Four-month outcomes of a single-centre randomised controlled trial. European Journal of Cancer Care 2018;:e12907
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  3. Hauken MA, Senneseth M, Dyregrov A, Dyregrov K. Anxiety and the Quality of Life of Children Living With Parental Cancer. Cancer Nursing 2018;41(1):E19
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  4. Senneseth M, Hauken MA, Matthiesen SB, Gjestad R, Laberg JC. Facing Spousal Cancer During Child-Rearing Years. Cancer Nursing 2017;40(3):E24
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  5. Nikfarid L, Rassouli M, Borimnejad L, Alavimajd H. A Qualitative Approach to Find Nursing Diagnoses for Non-Physical Health Problems in Mothers of Children with Cancer. Iranian Journal of Pediatrics 2017;27(6)
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  6. Senneseth M, Dyregrov A, Laberg J, Matthiesen SB, Pereira M, Hauken MA. Facing spousal cancer during child-rearing years: The short-term effects of the Cancer-PEPSONE programme-a single-center randomized controlled trial. Psycho-Oncology 2017;26(10):1541
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