Developing a Tool to Support Communication of Parental Concerns When a Child is in Hospital
AbstractThe involvement of parents in their child’s hospital care has been strongly advocated in paediatric healthcare policy and practice. However, incorporating parental worries about their child’s condition into clinical care can be difficult for both parents and healthcare professionals. Through our “Listening To You” quality improvement project we developed and piloted an innovative approach to listening, incorporating and responding to parental concerns regarding their child’s condition when in hospital. Here we describe the phases of work undertaken to develop our “Listening To You” communications bundle, including a survey, literature review and consultation with parents and staff, before findings from the project evaluation are presented and discussed. View Full-Text
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Heath, G.; Montgomery, H.; Eyre, C.; Cummins, C.; Pattison, H.; Shaw, R. Developing a Tool to Support Communication of Parental Concerns When a Child is in Hospital. Healthcare 2016, 4, 9.
Heath G, Montgomery H, Eyre C, Cummins C, Pattison H, Shaw R. Developing a Tool to Support Communication of Parental Concerns When a Child is in Hospital. Healthcare. 2016; 4(1):9.Chicago/Turabian Style
Heath, Gemma; Montgomery, Hermione; Eyre, Caron; Cummins, Carole; Pattison, Helen; Shaw, Rachel. 2016. "Developing a Tool to Support Communication of Parental Concerns When a Child is in Hospital." Healthcare 4, no. 1: 9.
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