This foundational booklet was authored by leaders in healthcare ethics and child life. It begins with the history of pediatric healthcare ethics, the tenets of ethics, and the Child Life Code of Ethics. Other chapters discuss informed consent, navigating social networking, diversity, global ethics, self-reflection, and self-care. This publication is available in PDF Format, see instructions at the top of the Child Life Store Page.
This 12-page brochure presents a bill of rights for children and adolescents, one for parents, and a list of family responsibilities. a. By purchasing this publication, the recipient agrees to the following: All rights reserved. No part of these publications may be reproduced by anyprocess, electronic or otherwise, in any material form or transmitted to any other person or stored electronically in any form, without the prior written permission of the Association of Child Life Professionals.
Whether you are preparing to embark on a new career outside of the hospital, or merely keeping abreast of current trends in the field, Child Life Beyond the Hospital will prove an interesting read that documents the ongoing expansion of the child life profession into new practice arenas.
A classic reference for child life professionals, Child Life in Hospitals skillfully interweaves a sensitive treatment of the needs of hospitalized children with a practical discussion of the realities of administering a child life program.
The 4th edition of Guidelines features new and improved content in nearly every subject area and double the amount of references! Copyright 2006. Recommended reference in studying for the Child Life Professional Certification Examination. This publication is available in PDF Format, see instructions at the top of the Child Life Store Page.
A fundamentally-important resource for "making the case" for child life, Psychosocial Care of Children in Hospitals belongs in every child life specialist's professional library. This publication is available in PDF Format, see instructions at the top of the Child Life Store Page.
In today’s evidence-based healthcare culture, child life specialists must demonstrate knowledge and skill not only in clinical care, but also in planning and evaluating the impact of their interventions—yet few resources exist to provide research skills and support for these practitioners.
By A. Kiely (1992). This comprehensive manual helps groups and individuals define needs and match them with appropriate volunteers in a well-designed program. This publication is available in PDF Format.