What are childhood cancer survivors lived experiences of having chemobrain as children and adolescents?
Children from the age of 0-18 who are currently undergoing chemotherapy or have previously undergone chemotherapy regardless of gender, geographic location (English speaking only), education status, and individual cancer/treatment specifics. The included population must provide their own voice or their parent’s voice on their behalf to express their experiences. Studies will be excluded if the population is above 18, presented experiences revolve around cancer, or only the parent’s personal experiences are presented.
The experience of pediatric populations who are undergoing chemotherapy/have undergone chemotherapy on their cognitive function and development.
Studies that include the target population in primary and tertiary health care settings (e.g., hospital and community-based settings including home and school). Studies will not be restricted by geographic location if they are English language publications.