#S4RMonth Activity 3: What is the psychosocial impact of the pandemic in children with oncological diseases?
In Share4Rare we would like to earn some knowledge on how the pandemic has impacted minors with an oncological disease and their caregivers at a psychosocial level. Help us by completing this short survey! We will analyze and share the results at a later stage. Thank you very much!
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1. Country of residence *
2. Age of the child *
3. Did the child go to school before the pandemic? *
4. Did the child return to school after confinement when school activities were resumed after the FIRST WAVE? *
5. Did the child return to school after confinement when school activities were resumed after the SECOND WAVE? *
6. Has the pandemic had or is it having an impact on the emotional well-being of the child (stress, trouble falling asleep, sadness, etc.)? *
7. Is the child having or has the child had access to remote education during the pandemic? *
8. Did you look for information on the possible effects of COVID-19 in children with the oncological disease of the child you are caring for? *
9. If so, which channels did you use?
10. Did you find enough information about the possible effects of COVID-19 in children with the oncological disease of the child you are caring for?
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11. What would you like to know specifically about the impact of COVID-19 on children with an oncological disease?
Thank you!
Access, rectification or deletion of data, as well as other rights, detailed in the Spanish Organic Law for the Protection of Personal Data (LOPD) and in accordance with Regulation (EU) 2019/679 of the European Parliament and the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of people with respect to the processing of personal data as well as the transfer of said data (GDPR), has to be executed through a written communication to info@share4rare.org.
A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
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