The adolescent with a chronic condition. Part I: developmental issues.

TitreThe adolescent with a chronic condition. Part I: developmental issues.
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2004
AuthorsSurís, J-C, Michaud, P-A, Viner, R
JournalArch Dis Child
Volume89
Issue10
Pagination938-42
Date Published2004 Oct
DOI10.1136/adc.2003.045369
ISSN1468-2044
Mots-clésAdolescent, Chronic Disease, Cognition Disorders, Developmental Disabilities, Educational Status, Growth Disorders, Health Behavior, Health Status, Humans, Interpersonal Relations, Mental Health, Puberty
Abstract

The prevalence of chronic conditions among adolescents is difficult to assess due to the lack of quality data focusing specifically on this age group, as well as the diversity in methodology and definitions used. However, surveys carried out by self administered questionnaires among in-school adolescent populations indicate that around 10% of adolescents suffer from such a condition. The aim of this paper is to analyse the reciprocal effects of chronic conditions and adolescent development by reviewing the effect of chronic disease on growth and puberty and on psychosocial development, and the effect of developmental issues on the course and management of chronic disease.

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Alternate JournalArch. Dis. Child.
Citation Key / SERVAL ID2239
PubMed ID15383438
PubMed Central IDPMC1719685

                         

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