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The psychological transplantation literature is sparse, re ecting insuf cient standardization of assessment strategies and few empirical studies of interventions. From the extant literature, assessment and intervention in organ and bone marrow transplants are approached on multiple levels (patient, family, and health care context) and over three phases of transplant: pretransplant, during the transplant, and posttransplant (Stuber & Canning, 1998). Unlike adult transplant, assessment pretransplant usually does not serve as a gatekeeper to transplant in pediatrics but as a method for anticipating problems with adjustment to the transplant and adherence with burdensome hospitalization and medical interventions during and after. Speci cally, pretransplant assessment focuses on child and parent psychological adjustment, the child s cognitive functioning as it impacts ability to understand and to adhere to treatment, the availability of social support during the hospitalization, understanding of the transplant and commitment to the procedure by both the child and at least one parent, and current and past treatment adherence issues (Shaw & Taussig, 1999). Interventions pretransplant are aimed at preparing the child and family for the stress of transplant hospitalization by addressing misunderstandings about the procedure, by treating problems in adjustment, and by teaching the child and the family adaptive coping strategies and cognitive-behavioral approaches to pain management. In addition, pretransplant interventions aim to improve outcome by building strong alliances between families and the medical team and bolstering family and community supports. Streisand et al. (2000) reported a pilot intervention aimed at improving the coping responses of parents of children undergoing bone marrow transplantation. A stress-inoculation approach, with cognitive and behavioral components, was implemented in a randomized, controlled, one-session design. The authors reported that parents who participated in the intervention showed more adaptive coping efforts, suggesting that the intervention was successful in teaching parents stress-reduction techniques. However, the change in coping did not result in less distress for intervention parents when compared to parents receiving standard transplant care. During the transplant, which involves an extensive period of hospitalization, psychological and physical aspects of the transplant are the foci of assessment and intervention. Most commonly, pain management, reduction of the fear, anger, and anxiety associated with pain and prolonged hospitalization, addressing withdrawal often exhibited by children, and addressing strains in the relationship of staff to families are helpful in this phase (Slater, 1994; Stuber & Canning, 1998). Transplantation is associated with long-term medical complications including rejection of the organ or bone marrow,
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