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ACLP Bulletin

Summer 2017 | VOL. 35 NO.3


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In This Issue


TABLE OF CONTENTS


  1 Building Relationship Capital
  3 Together, We are Strong
  5 Building on the Strengths of Child Life
  6 J is for Joining Forces
  8 Qi Cheng Awarded 2017 Mary Barkey Award
10 Therapeutic Relationships and Play: how 
13 Impacting Unit Culture Through Interdisclipinary Collaborations
16 Trauma-Informed Care and Relationship Building in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
20 Commitment to Relationship and Reflection in Child Life Practice
22 A function of Paradox: The Missed Opportunity of Resident Referral
32 EBP Step 4: Critically Appraise the Evidence
36 #ChildLifeTakesVegas
40 Shared Governance, Enhancing Team Relationships Through Collaboration
44 Therapeutic Relationships: From Classroom to Experience

46 Child Life and Pediatric Nursing: A Collaborative Partnership
49 Working with a Bad Apple: A Guide to Managing Interpersonal Conflict at Work
52 Integrating Technology Into Child Life Practice to Support Patient and Family Relationships

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CHILD LIFE FOCUS:

24 Continuing the Discussion on Therapeutic Relationships, Professional Boundaries, and Self-Care Practices in Child Life

Bethany Fisackerly, MS, CCLS
UF Health Shands Children's Hospital, FL

Summer 2017 Bulletin (Child Life Focus)




Child Life Focus Articles

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