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Influences of health and environmental deprivation on family relationships among children with chronic disease

Influences of health and environmental deprivation on family relationships among children with chronic disease

Families are often the primary source of close, comforting relationships for children and adolescents. Among chronically ill children, families play a critical role in managing aspects of the disease, often on a daily basis.

In this publication, authors including HIP Investigator, Dr. Elizabeth Cox used the Patient-Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System (PROMIS) Family Relationships measure over time to understand how family relationships are influenced by these three factors—the characteristics of the child and parent, environmental deprivation, and health over time, among children 8–17 years of age with one of three chronic illnesses (asthma, type 1 diabetes [diabetes], and sickle cell disease).

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Influences of health and environmental deprivation on family relationships among children with chronic disease

Influences of health and environmental deprivation on family relationships among children with chronic disease

Families are often the primary source of close, comforting relationships for children and adolescents. Among chronically ill children, families play a critical role in managing aspects of the disease, often on a daily basis.

In this publication, authors including HIP Investigator, Dr. Elizabeth Cox used the Patient-Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System (PROMIS) Family Relationships measure over time to understand how family relationships are influenced by these three factors—the characteristics of the child and parent, environmental deprivation, and health over time, among children 8–17 years of age with one of three chronic illnesses (asthma, type 1 diabetes [diabetes], and sickle cell disease).

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Influences of health and environmental deprivation on family relationships among children with chronic disease

Influences of health and environmental deprivation on family relationships among children with chronic disease

Families are often the primary source of close, comforting relationships for children and adolescents. Among chronically ill children, families play a critical role in managing aspects of the disease, often on a daily basis.

In this publication, authors including HIP Investigator, Dr. Elizabeth Cox used the Patient-Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System (PROMIS) Family Relationships measure over time to understand how family relationships are influenced by these three factors—the characteristics of the child and parent, environmental deprivation, and health over time, among children 8–17 years of age with one of three chronic illnesses (asthma, type 1 diabetes [diabetes], and sickle cell disease).

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Influences of health and environmental deprivation on family relationships among children with chronic disease

Influences of health and environmental deprivation on family relationships among children with chronic disease

Families are often the primary source of close, comforting relationships for children and adolescents. Among chronically ill children, families play a critical role in managing aspects of the disease, often on a daily basis.

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In this publication, authors including HIP Investigator, Dr. Elizabeth Cox used the Patient-Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System (PROMIS) Family Relationships measure over time to understand how family relationships are influenced by these three factors—the characteristics of the child and parent, environmental deprivation, and health over time, among children 8–17 years of age with one of three chronic illnesses (asthma, type 1 diabetes [diabetes], and sickle cell disease).

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Influences of health and environmental deprivation on family relationships among children with chronic disease

Influences of health and environmental deprivation on family relationships among children with chronic disease

Families are often the primary source of close, comforting relationships for children and adolescents. Among chronically ill children, families play a critical role in managing aspects of the disease, often on a daily basis.

In this publication, authors including HIP Investigator, Dr. Elizabeth Cox used the Patient-Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System (PROMIS) Family Relationships measure over time to understand how family relationships are influenced by these three factors—the characteristics of the child and parent, environmental deprivation, and health over time, among children 8–17 years of age with one of three chronic illnesses (asthma, type 1 diabetes [diabetes], and sickle cell disease).

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Influences of health and environmental deprivation on family relationships among children with chronic disease

Influences of health and environmental deprivation on family relationships among children with chronic disease

Families are often the primary source of close, comforting relationships for children and adolescents. Among chronically ill children, families play a critical role in managing aspects of the disease, often on a daily basis.

In this publication, authors including HIP Investigator, Dr. Elizabeth Cox used the Patient-Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System (PROMIS) Family Relationships measure over time to understand how family relationships are influenced by these three factors—the characteristics of the child and parent, environmental deprivation, and health over time, among children 8–17 years of age with one of three chronic illnesses (asthma, type 1 diabetes [diabetes], and sickle cell disease).

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Influences of health and environmental deprivation on family relationships among children with chronic disease

Influences of health and environmental deprivation on family relationships among children with chronic disease

Families are often the primary source of close, comforting relationships for children and adolescents. Among chronically ill children, families play a critical role in managing aspects of the disease, often on a daily basis.

In this publication, authors including HIP Investigator, Dr. Elizabeth Cox used the Patient-Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System (PROMIS) Family Relationships measure over time to understand how family relationships are influenced by these three factors—the characteristics of the child and parent, environmental deprivation, and health over time, among children 8–17 years of age with one of three chronic illnesses (asthma, type 1 diabetes [diabetes], and sickle cell disease).

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Influences of health and environmental deprivation on family relationships among children with chronic disease

Influences of health and environmental deprivation on family relationships among children with chronic disease

Families are often the primary source of close, comforting relationships for children and adolescents. Among chronically ill children, families play a critical role in managing aspects of the disease, often on a daily basis.

In this publication, authors including HIP Investigator, Dr. Elizabeth Cox used the Patient-Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System (PROMIS) Family Relationships measure over time to understand how family relationships are influenced by these three factors—the characteristics of the child and parent, environmental deprivation, and health over time, among children 8–17 years of age with one of three chronic illnesses (asthma, type 1 diabetes [diabetes], and sickle cell disease).

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Influences of health and environmental deprivation on family relationships among children with chronic disease

Influences of health and environmental deprivation on family relationships among children with chronic disease

Families are often the primary source of close, comforting relationships for children and adolescents. Among chronically ill children, families play a critical role in managing aspects of the disease, often on a daily basis.

In this publication, authors including HIP Investigator, Dr. Elizabeth Cox used the Patient-Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System (PROMIS) Family Relationships measure over time to understand how family relationships are influenced by these three factors—the characteristics of the child and parent, environmental deprivation, and health over time, among children 8–17 years of age with one of three chronic illnesses (asthma, type 1 diabetes [diabetes], and sickle cell disease).

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Influences of health and environmental deprivation on family relationships among children with chronic disease

Influences of health and environmental deprivation on family relationships among children with chronic disease

Families are often the primary source of close, comforting relationships for children and adolescents. Among chronically ill children, families play a critical role in managing aspects of the disease, often on a daily basis.

In this publication, authors including HIP Investigator, Dr. Elizabeth Cox used the Patient-Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System (PROMIS) Family Relationships measure over time to understand how family relationships are influenced by these three factors—the characteristics of the child and parent, environmental deprivation, and health over time, among children 8–17 years of age with one of three chronic illnesses (asthma, type 1 diabetes [diabetes], and sickle cell disease).

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Influences of health and environmental deprivation on family relationships among children with chronic disease

Influences of health and environmental deprivation on family relationships among children with chronic disease

Families are often the primary source of close, comforting relationships for children and adolescents. Among chronically ill children, families play a critical role in managing aspects of the disease, often on a daily basis.

In this publication, authors including HIP Investigator, Dr. Elizabeth Cox used the Patient-Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System (PROMIS) Family Relationships measure over time to understand how family relationships are influenced by these three factors—the characteristics of the child and parent, environmental deprivation, and health over time, among children 8–17 years of age with one of three chronic illnesses (asthma, type 1 diabetes [diabetes], and sickle cell disease).

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Influences of health and environmental deprivation on family relationships among children with chronic disease

Influences of health and environmental deprivation on family relationships among children with chronic disease

Families are often the primary source of close, comforting relationships for children and adolescents. Among chronically ill children, families play a critical role in managing aspects of the disease, often on a daily basis.

In this publication, authors including HIP Investigator, Dr. Elizabeth Cox used the Patient-Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System (PROMIS) Family Relationships measure over time to understand how family relationships are influenced by these three factors—the characteristics of the child and parent, environmental deprivation, and health over time, among children 8–17 years of age with one of three chronic illnesses (asthma, type 1 diabetes [diabetes], and sickle cell disease).

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Influences of health and environmental deprivation on family relationships among children with chronic disease

Influences of health and environmental deprivation on family relationships among children with chronic disease

Families are often the primary source of close, comforting relationships for children and adolescents. Among chronically ill children, families play a critical role in managing aspects of the disease, often on a daily basis.

In this publication, authors including HIP Investigator, Dr. Elizabeth Cox used the Patient-Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System (PROMIS) Family Relationships measure over time to understand how family relationships are influenced by these three factors—the characteristics of the child and parent, environmental deprivation, and health over time, among children 8–17 years of age with one of three chronic illnesses (asthma, type 1 diabetes [diabetes], and sickle cell disease).

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Influences of health and environmental deprivation on family relationships among children with chronic disease

Influences of health and environmental deprivation on family relationships among children with chronic disease

Families are often the primary source of close, comforting relationships for children and adolescents. Among chronically ill children, families play a critical role in managing aspects of the disease, often on a daily basis.

In this publication, authors including HIP Investigator, Dr. Elizabeth Cox used the Patient-Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System (PROMIS) Family Relationships measure over time to understand how family relationships are influenced by these three factors—the characteristics of the child and parent, environmental deprivation, and health over time, among children 8–17 years of age with one of three chronic illnesses (asthma, type 1 diabetes [diabetes], and sickle cell disease).

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Influences of health and environmental deprivation on family relationships among children with chronic disease

Influences of health and environmental deprivation on family relationships among children with chronic disease

Families are often the primary source of close, comforting relationships for children and adolescents. Among chronically ill children, families play a critical role in managing aspects of the disease, often on a daily basis.

In this publication, authors including HIP Investigator, Dr. Elizabeth Cox used the Patient-Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System (PROMIS) Family Relationships measure over time to understand how family relationships are influenced by these three factors—the characteristics of the child and parent, environmental deprivation, and health over time, among children 8–17 years of age with one of three chronic illnesses (asthma, type 1 diabetes [diabetes], and sickle cell disease).

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Influences of health and environmental deprivation on family relationships among children with chronic disease

Influences of health and environmental deprivation on family relationships among children with chronic disease

Families are often the primary source of close, comforting relationships for children and adolescents. Among chronically ill children, families play a critical role in managing aspects of the disease, often on a daily basis.

In this publication, authors including HIP Investigator, Dr. Elizabeth Cox used the Patient-Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System (PROMIS) Family Relationships measure over time to understand how family relationships are influenced by these three factors—the characteristics of the child and parent, environmental deprivation, and health over time, among children 8–17 years of age with one of three chronic illnesses (asthma, type 1 diabetes [diabetes], and sickle cell disease).

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Influences of health and environmental deprivation on family relationships among children with chronic disease

Influences of health and environmental deprivation on family relationships among children with chronic disease

Families are often the primary source of close, comforting relationships for children and adolescents. Among chronically ill children, families play a critical role in managing aspects of the disease, often on a daily basis.

In this publication, authors including HIP Investigator, Dr. Elizabeth Cox used the Patient-Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System (PROMIS) Family Relationships measure over time to understand how family relationships are influenced by these three factors—the characteristics of the child and parent, environmental deprivation, and health over time, among children 8–17 years of age with one of three chronic illnesses (asthma, type 1 diabetes [diabetes], and sickle cell disease).

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Influences of health and environmental deprivation on family relationships among children with chronic disease

Influences of health and environmental deprivation on family relationships among children with chronic disease

Families are often the primary source of close, comforting relationships for children and adolescents. Among chronically ill children, families play a critical role in managing aspects of the disease, often on a daily basis.

In this publication, authors including HIP Investigator, Dr. Elizabeth Cox used the Patient-Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System (PROMIS) Family Relationships measure over time to understand how family relationships are influenced by these three factors—the characteristics of the child and parent, environmental deprivation, and health over time, among children 8–17 years of age with one of three chronic illnesses (asthma, type 1 diabetes [diabetes], and sickle cell disease).

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Influences of health and environmental deprivation on family relationships among children with chronic disease

Influences of health and environmental deprivation on family relationships among children with chronic disease

Families are often the primary source of close, comforting relationships for children and adolescents. Among chronically ill children, families play a critical role in managing aspects of the disease, often on a daily basis.

In this publication, authors including HIP Investigator, Dr. Elizabeth Cox used the Patient-Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System (PROMIS) Family Relationships measure over time to understand how family relationships are influenced by these three factors—the characteristics of the child and parent, environmental deprivation, and health over time, among children 8–17 years of age with one of three chronic illnesses (asthma, type 1 diabetes [diabetes], and sickle cell disease).

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Influences of health and environmental deprivation on family relationships among children with chronic disease

Influences of health and environmental deprivation on family relationships among children with chronic disease

Families are often the primary source of close, comforting relationships for children and adolescents. Among chronically ill children, families play a critical role in managing aspects of the disease, often on a daily basis.

In this publication, authors including HIP Investigator, Dr. Elizabeth Cox used the Patient-Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System (PROMIS) Family Relationships measure over time to understand how family relationships are influenced by these three factors—the characteristics of the child and parent, environmental deprivation, and health over time, among children 8–17 years of age with one of three chronic illnesses (asthma, type 1 diabetes [diabetes], and sickle cell disease).

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Influences of health and environmental deprivation on family relationships among children with chronic disease

Influences of health and environmental deprivation on family relationships among children with chronic disease

Families are often the primary source of close, comforting relationships for children and adolescents. Among chronically ill children, families play a critical role in managing aspects of the disease, often on a daily basis.

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In this publication, authors including HIP Investigator, Dr. Elizabeth Cox used the Patient-Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System (PROMIS) Family Relationships measure over time to understand how family relationships are influenced by these three factors—the characteristics of the child and parent, environmental deprivation, and health over time, among children 8–17 years of age with one of three chronic illnesses (asthma, type 1 diabetes [diabetes], and sickle cell disease).

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Influences of health and environmental deprivation on family relationships among children with chronic disease

Influences of health and environmental deprivation on family relationships among children with chronic disease

Families are often the primary source of close, comforting relationships for children and adolescents. Among chronically ill children, families play a critical role in managing aspects of the disease, often on a daily basis.

In this publication, authors including HIP Investigator, Dr. Elizabeth Cox used the Patient-Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System (PROMIS) Family Relationships measure over time to understand how family relationships are influenced by these three factors—the characteristics of the child and parent, environmental deprivation, and health over time, among children 8–17 years of age with one of three chronic illnesses (asthma, type 1 diabetes [diabetes], and sickle cell disease).

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Influences of health and environmental deprivation on family relationships among children with chronic disease

Influences of health and environmental deprivation on family relationships among children with chronic disease

Families are often the primary source of close, comforting relationships for children and adolescents. Among chronically ill children, families play a critical role in managing aspects of the disease, often on a daily basis.

In this publication, authors including HIP Investigator, Dr. Elizabeth Cox used the Patient-Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System (PROMIS) Family Relationships measure over time to understand how family relationships are influenced by these three factors—the characteristics of the child and parent, environmental deprivation, and health over time, among children 8–17 years of age with one of three chronic illnesses (asthma, type 1 diabetes [diabetes], and sickle cell disease).

Read the article

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Influences of health and environmental deprivation on family relationships among children with chronic disease

Influences of health and environmental deprivation on family relationships among children with chronic disease

Families are often the primary source of close, comforting relationships for children and adolescents. Among chronically ill children, families play a critical role in managing aspects of the disease, often on a daily basis.

In this publication, authors including HIP Investigator, Dr. Elizabeth Cox used the Patient-Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System (PROMIS) Family Relationships measure over time to understand how family relationships are influenced by these three factors—the characteristics of the child and parent, environmental deprivation, and health over time, among children 8–17 years of age with one of three chronic illnesses (asthma, type 1 diabetes [diabetes], and sickle cell disease).

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Influences of health and environmental deprivation on family relationships among children with chronic disease

Influences of health and environmental deprivation on family relationships among children with chronic disease

Families are often the primary source of close, comforting relationships for children and adolescents. Among chronically ill children, families play a critical role in managing aspects of the disease, often on a daily basis.

In this publication, authors including HIP Investigator, Dr. Elizabeth Cox used the Patient-Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System (PROMIS) Family Relationships measure over time to understand how family relationships are influenced by these three factors—the characteristics of the child and parent, environmental deprivation, and health over time, among children 8–17 years of age with one of three chronic illnesses (asthma, type 1 diabetes [diabetes], and sickle cell disease).

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Influences of health and environmental deprivation on family relationships among children with chronic disease

Influences of health and environmental deprivation on family relationships among children with chronic disease

Families are often the primary source of close, comforting relationships for children and adolescents. Among chronically ill children, families play a critical role in managing aspects of the disease, often on a daily basis.

In this publication, authors including HIP Investigator, Dr. Elizabeth Cox used the Patient-Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System (PROMIS) Family Relationships measure over time to understand how family relationships are influenced by these three factors—the characteristics of the child and parent, environmental deprivation, and health over time, among children 8–17 years of age with one of three chronic illnesses (asthma, type 1 diabetes [diabetes], and sickle cell disease).

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Influences of health and environmental deprivation on family relationships among children with chronic disease

Influences of health and environmental deprivation on family relationships among children with chronic disease

Families are often the primary source of close, comforting relationships for children and adolescents. Among chronically ill children, families play a critical role in managing aspects of the disease, often on a daily basis.

In this publication, authors including HIP Investigator, Dr. Elizabeth Cox used the Patient-Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System (PROMIS) Family Relationships measure over time to understand how family relationships are influenced by these three factors—the characteristics of the child and parent, environmental deprivation, and health over time, among children 8–17 years of age with one of three chronic illnesses (asthma, type 1 diabetes [diabetes], and sickle cell disease).

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Influences of health and environmental deprivation on family relationships among children with chronic disease

Influences of health and environmental deprivation on family relationships among children with chronic disease

Families are often the primary source of close, comforting relationships for children and adolescents. Among chronically ill children, families play a critical role in managing aspects of the disease, often on a daily basis.

In this publication, authors including HIP Investigator, Dr. Elizabeth Cox used the Patient-Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System (PROMIS) Family Relationships measure over time to understand how family relationships are influenced by these three factors—the characteristics of the child and parent, environmental deprivation, and health over time, among children 8–17 years of age with one of three chronic illnesses (asthma, type 1 diabetes [diabetes], and sickle cell disease).

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Influences of health and environmental deprivation on family relationships among children with chronic disease

Influences of health and environmental deprivation on family relationships among children with chronic disease

Families are often the primary source of close, comforting relationships for children and adolescents. Among chronically ill children, families play a critical role in managing aspects of the disease, often on a daily basis.

In this publication, authors including HIP Investigator, Dr. Elizabeth Cox used the Patient-Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System (PROMIS) Family Relationships measure over time to understand how family relationships are influenced by these three factors—the characteristics of the child and parent, environmental deprivation, and health over time, among children 8–17 years of age with one of three chronic illnesses (asthma, type 1 diabetes [diabetes], and sickle cell disease).

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