Goldberg, J.M., Rose, K.R., Matthews, O, & Boles, J.C. (in press). “Little time, lasting impact”: Bereaved caregiver perceptions of legacy in perinatal and infant loss. Accepted for publication in Journal of Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine.
Lawrence, A., Jones, M., & Boles, J. (2022). Helping Children Cope with Loss: Legacy Interventions for the Grieving Classroom. Continuity in Education, 3(1), 92–100. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/cie.45
Jones, M.J., Boles, J.C., Dunbar, J.E., & Cook, J.L. (2022). Parent/caregiver perceptions of legacy in the hospital setting: A qualitative study. Pediatric Nursing, 49(2) 89-102.
Goldberg, J.M., Duplechain, A.C., Fraser, C.E., & Boles, J.C. (2021). An interdisciplinary hospital-based committee to improve pediatric bereavement care. Hospital Pediatrics, 11(11).
Boles, J.C., Potter, C.M., & Mora, K.L. (2021, Spring). Family-centered engagement in ICU liberation: The contributions of Certified Child Life Specialists. Critical Connections, 28-30.
Boles, J.C., & Jones, M.T. (2021). Legacy perceptions and interventions for adults and children receiving palliative care: A systematic review. Palliative Medicine, 35(3), 529-551.
Boles, J.C., & Turner, J. (2021). Empirical evolution of child life from 1998-2017: A scoping review of child life content in published research. The Journal of Child Life: Psychosocial Theory and Practice, 2(1), 1-10.
Jones, M., Kirkendall, M., Grissim, L., Daniels, S., & Boles, J.C. (2020). Exploration of the relationship between a group medical play intervention and children’s preoperative fear and anxiety. Journal of Pediatric Health Care, 35(1), 74-83.
Grissim, L., Kirkendall, M., Jones, M., & Boles, J.C. (2020). Group medical play and children’s self-reported fear in the pre-operative setting. The Journal of Child Life: Psychosocial Theory and Practice, 1(2), 7-15.
Boles, J.C., Jones, M.J., Dunbar, J.E., & Cook, J.L. (2020). Defining legacy: The perceptions of pediatric healthcare providers. Clinical Pediatrics, 59(11), 1004-1010.
Turner, J., & Boles, J.C. (2020). A content analysis of professional literature in the Association of Child Life Professionals’ Focus: 1999-2019. The Journal of Child Life: Psychosocial Theory and Practice, 1(1), 7-16.