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Chapter on supporting pediatric patients 

June 2017

 

 

 

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 SCCM 2017

Star Research Award

 

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         New York Times July 2013

 

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Award June 2013

 

 

 

Welcome

This site summarises my research on the psychological impact of PICU admission on children and their families - both in relation to what children remember and how they and their parents are affected in the short and longer term.

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Gillian Colville BSc MPhil CPsychol AFBPsS
Head of Paediatric Psychology Service
St George's Hospital, Blackshaw Rd, London SW17 0QT

gcolvill@sgul.ac.uk

NEW PUBLICATIONS:

Coping with staff burnout and work-related posttraumatic stress in intensive care Pediatric Critical Care Medicine 2017 abstract

Narrative Exposure Therapy with parents who have been traumatized in pediatric settings: a case series Clinical Practice in Pediatric Psychology 2017 pdf abstract

 

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Children's delusional memories of intensive care - an aspect of delirium? (2016) Annals of Delirium pdf

Psychological aspects of care of the critically ill child (2015) J Pediatr Intensive Care pdf

The Value of Screening Parents for Their Risk of Developing Psychological Symptoms After PICU: A Feasibility Study Evaluating a Pediatric Intensive Care Follow-Up Clinic (2015) Pediatr Crit Care Med  pdf

 

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