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Family presence during paediatric resuscitation and invasive procedures: the parental experience: An integrative review: An integrative review.

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Summary of "Family presence during paediatric resuscitation and invasive procedures: the parental experience: An integrative review: An integrative review."

The evolvement of family-centred care has been an ongoing process since the Platt Report 1959. Family-centred care has become the modern working model in paediatrics and obstetrics. Parental participation is central to family-centred care. Whether it is applied consistently remains to be concluded.

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Name: Scandinavian journal of caring sciences
ISSN: 1471-6712
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