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Short-term perspectives of parents and teachers on school reintegration of childhood brain tumour survivors. / Vanclooster, Stephanie; Bilsen, Johan; Peremans, Lieve; Van der Werff Ten Bosch, Jutte; Laureys, Geneviève; Willems, Elsie; Genin, Sophie; Van Bogaert, Patrick; Paquier, Philippe; Jansen, Anna.

In: Developmental Neurorehabilitation, Vol. 22, No. 5, 17.07.2018, p. 321-328.

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Vanclooster, Stephanie ; Bilsen, Johan ; Peremans, Lieve ; Van der Werff Ten Bosch, Jutte ; Laureys, Geneviève ; Willems, Elsie ; Genin, Sophie ; Van Bogaert, Patrick ; Paquier, Philippe ; Jansen, Anna. / Short-term perspectives of parents and teachers on school reintegration of childhood brain tumour survivors. In: Developmental Neurorehabilitation. 2018 ; Vol. 22, No. 5. pp. 321-328.

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title = "Short-term perspectives of parents and teachers on school reintegration of childhood brain tumour survivors",
abstract = "OBJECTIVE: To discover short-term changes in perspectives of parents and teachers of childhood brain tumour survivors on school reintegration, in order to reveal similarities and differences between them over time.METHODS: Semi-structured interviews were conducted with parents and teachers of five children at the start and the end of a 1-year period following the child's school re-entry.RESULTS: Thematic analysis of data resulted in three main themes: 'the child's performance and wellbeing', 'the school's attitude and approach' and 'communication and working together'. Parental concerns about child-specific changes and the school's approach to the child could either decrease or increase over time. Teachers remained focused on assessing their pupil's learning potential and finding ways of appropriate support. Their different perspectives on communication and working together became more pronounced.CONCLUSIONS: This study emphasizes the importance of clear communication and collaboration, coordinated follow-up and availability of healthcare professionals during the child's school reintegration.",
keywords = "Brain tumour, children, follow-up, key figures, school reintegration, semi-structured interviews",
author = "Stephanie Vanclooster and Johan Bilsen and Lieve Peremans and {Van der Werff Ten Bosch}, Jutte and Genevi{\`e}ve Laureys and Elsie Willems and Sophie Genin and {Van Bogaert}, Patrick and Philippe Paquier and Anna Jansen",
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AU - Vanclooster, Stephanie

AU - Bilsen, Johan

AU - Peremans, Lieve

AU - Van der Werff Ten Bosch, Jutte

AU - Laureys, Geneviève

AU - Willems, Elsie

AU - Genin, Sophie

AU - Van Bogaert, Patrick

AU - Paquier, Philippe

AU - Jansen, Anna

PY - 2018/7/17

Y1 - 2018/7/17

N2 - OBJECTIVE: To discover short-term changes in perspectives of parents and teachers of childhood brain tumour survivors on school reintegration, in order to reveal similarities and differences between them over time.METHODS: Semi-structured interviews were conducted with parents and teachers of five children at the start and the end of a 1-year period following the child's school re-entry.RESULTS: Thematic analysis of data resulted in three main themes: 'the child's performance and wellbeing', 'the school's attitude and approach' and 'communication and working together'. Parental concerns about child-specific changes and the school's approach to the child could either decrease or increase over time. Teachers remained focused on assessing their pupil's learning potential and finding ways of appropriate support. Their different perspectives on communication and working together became more pronounced.CONCLUSIONS: This study emphasizes the importance of clear communication and collaboration, coordinated follow-up and availability of healthcare professionals during the child's school reintegration.

AB - OBJECTIVE: To discover short-term changes in perspectives of parents and teachers of childhood brain tumour survivors on school reintegration, in order to reveal similarities and differences between them over time.METHODS: Semi-structured interviews were conducted with parents and teachers of five children at the start and the end of a 1-year period following the child's school re-entry.RESULTS: Thematic analysis of data resulted in three main themes: 'the child's performance and wellbeing', 'the school's attitude and approach' and 'communication and working together'. Parental concerns about child-specific changes and the school's approach to the child could either decrease or increase over time. Teachers remained focused on assessing their pupil's learning potential and finding ways of appropriate support. Their different perspectives on communication and working together became more pronounced.CONCLUSIONS: This study emphasizes the importance of clear communication and collaboration, coordinated follow-up and availability of healthcare professionals during the child's school reintegration.

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KW - children

KW - follow-up

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