3 edition of Education for sick children found in the catalog.
Education for sick children
by National Association for the Education of Sick Children in London
Written in English
|Statement||the report has been drawn up by Kirsteen Tait, Nigel Housby-Smith and Mark Casserley.|
|Contributions||Casserley, Mark., Housby-Smith, Nigel., National Association for the Education of Sick Children.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||192|
This book does not teach children to self-soothe (instead, they rely on the Sickler to feel better) or understand what goes on in a hospital environment generally, but the familiar superhero motif could offer courage, hope, and reassurance to some sick children. Recommended with reservations for older children. Too ill to learn: double jeopardy in education for sick children. M B Gabbay, V Cowie, B Kerr, and B Purdy Department of Primary Care, University of Liverpool, UK. [email protected]
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