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Concept Analysis of Family-Centered Care of Hospitalized Pediatric Patients.

The purpose of this concept analysis is to provide a background of family-centered care of the hospitalized pediatric patient, clarify its components, and validate its significance to nursing practice and research.


Utilizing Community Health Needs Assessments (CHNAs) in Nonprofit Hospitals to Guide Population-Centered Outcomes Research for Pediatric Patients: New Recommendations for CHNA Reporting.

Currently, Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) reports lack a standard structure, making it difficult to derive meaningful information. However, they have the potential to be a useful tool for analyzing pediatric outcomes, guiding resource allocation, and linking to Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute priorities. The objective was to evaluate the utility of CHNA for informing future pediatric, patient-centered outcomes research. The authors analyzed CHNA documents, published before July 1, 201...

Effect of organizational citizenship behavior on family-centered care: Mediating role of multiple commitment.

Family-centered care is one the most important indicators of high-quality care. The organizational citizenship behavior and commitment can enhance the quality of healthcare. This study aimed to investigate the effect of the organizational citizenship behavior on family-centered care considering the mediating role of multiple commitment. This descriptive study was conducted on 237 nurses working in pediatric and infant units of hospitals in Tehran city, Iran. The subjects were selected using the convenience ...


Patient- and family-centered care interventions for improving the quality of health care: A review of systematic reviews.

Patient- and family-centered care interventions are increasingly being implemented in various settings for improving the quality of health care. However, the huge amounts of information coming from both primary studies and reviews on patient- and family-centered care interventions have made it difficult to identify and use the available evidence effectively.

Where is the family in global mental health?

This article comments on the article in the current issue by J. E. Patterson et al (see record 2018-27937-001) regarding families' role in global mental health. In the world's low- and middle-income countries, a person's identity is often located more within the family, clan, or tribe than the individual. The authors add to the discussion and call for family-centered stepped delivery of health care. The family should move to the forefront of global mental health clinical research, mental health policy, and ...

The Effect of Parental Presence on Pain and Anxiety Levels During Invasive Procedures in the Pediatric Emergency Department.

Parental presence during invasive procedures is important in family-centered-care. Family-centered-care is a basic principle of pediatric nursing.

Centeredness in Healthcare: A Concept Synthesis of Family-centered Care, Person-centered Care and Child-centered Care.

Increasingly within healthcare, different kind of 'centeredness' are used to denote the focus of care which can create confusion for practitioners.

Application of the Medical Neighborhood to Children with Severe Obesity.

Growth in the prevalence of severe pediatric obesity and tertiary care pediatric weight management programs supports the application of chronic disease management models to the care of children with severe obesity. One such model, the medical neighborhood, aims to optimize care coordination between primary and tertiary care by applying principles of the Patient-Centered Medical Home to all providers.

Incorporating Appetite Awareness Training Within Family-Based Behavioral Treatment of Pediatric Obesity: A Randomized Controlled Pilot Study.

To assess additive effects of incorporating appetite awareness training (AAT), a strategy to encourage eating in response to hunger and satiety cues, within a family-based behavioral treatment (FBT) for childhood obesity.

Simulating the Role of the Parent: Promoting Family-Centered Nursing Care.

Parents of hospitalized children need support to diminish their own fear and anxiety and provide safe and loving care for the child. Baccalaureate nursing students, who are rarely parents themselves, often find it difficult to understand the needs of parents. An innovative simulation strategy was created to enhance students' understanding of the parent's role and its effect on family-centered care. This article describes the development of pediatric simulation experiences that actively incorporate the role ...

Weight-based victimization from friends and family: implications for how adolescents cope with weight stigma.

Youth with overweight and obesity commonly experience weight-based victimization. The ways that these youth cope with victimization can adversely impact their health. Despite considerable evidence that family members and friends are common perpetrators of weight-based victimization, the relationships among different sources of victimization and coping responses of youth are unknown.

Psychological Foundations of Pediatric Liver Transplantation.

Liver transplantation (LTX) is an established therapy for pediatric patients with liver failure. In recent decades, survival rates have risen continuously. With increased life expectancy, there has been greater attention to children's and adolescents' quality of life following transplantation. This article provides an overview of the tasks of pediatric transplant psychology. We summarize the reviewed literature of research on health-related quality of life in pediatric liver transplant recipients. Furthermo...

Identification of Overweight and Obesity in Low-Income Minority Children by Pediatric Providers and Child Characteristics Associated With Underrecognition.

Childhood overweight and obesity remains prevalent. We sought to identify characteristics associated with correct coding of obese and overweight children ages 2-9 years by pediatric primary care providers (PCPs) in an urban, minority clinic.

Moderating effects of components of resilience on obesity across income strata in the National Survey of Children's Health.

This study examined whether components of resilience at the family or child level were associated with a decreased risk of obesity in children after accounting for community, family and individual-level stressors associated with an increased risk of obesity.

Competency Based Approach to Community Health (COACH): The methods of a family-centered, community-based, individually adaptive obesity randomized trial for pre-school child-parent pairs.

Competency-Based Approaches to Community Health (COACH) is a randomized controlled trial of a family-centered, community-based, and individually-tailored behavioral intervention for childhood obesity among Latino pre-school children. COACH focuses on improving personal agency for health behavior change by tailoring content to overcome contextual barriers. The intervention focuses on diet, physical activity, sleep, media use, and engaged parenting. The content is individually adapted based on routine assessm...

Association of FTO rs9939609 with Obesity.

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Feasibility of a Family-Centered Hospital Intervention.

Approximately one half of the 40 million family caregivers in the United States are regularly performing medical/nursing tasks, with very little training from clinicians. The goal of the current project was to encourage health care and social service professionals to proactively engage family caregivers as partners in care. The phases of the Professional Partners Supporting Family Caregivers project and results of an intervention are presented. Five hospitals were selected to develop a family-centered inter...

Ethics of Outbreaks Position Statement. Part 2: Family-Centered Care.

Continue the dialogue presented in Ethics of Outbreaks Position Statement. Part 1, with a focus on strategies for provision of family-centered care in critical illness during Pubic Health Emergency of International Concern.

Effective Treatment of Pediatric Eating Disorders.

Eating disorders are prevalent in the pediatric population yet underdiagnosed by pediatric health care professionals. The gold standard of care consists of a multidisciplinary team approach including a therapist, registered dietitian nutritionist (RDN), and psychiatrist, combined with family-centered treatment. Although families do not cause eating disorders, they are essential to a child's recovery from an eating disorder. Psychoeducation, supportive limit setting, processing relational dynamics, and exter...

Effects of health at every size® interventions on health-related outcomes of people with overweight and obesity: a systematic review.

The growing use of interventions based on the Health at Every Size® (HAES®) in obesity management.

Effects of family-centered empowerment intervention on stress, anxiety, and depression among family caregivers of patients with epilepsy.

Family caregivers face numerous challenges in taking care of their family members with epilepsy. The empowerment of this group of people, who can be described as forgotten patients, should always be considered through supportive interventions; therefore, this study investigated the effect of a family-centered intervention program on stress, anxiety, and depression among family caregivers of patients with epilepsy.

Enhancing residents' compassionate communication to family members: A family systems breaking bad news simulation.

Surgical residents often need to break bad news (BBN) to patients and family members. While communication skills are a core competency in residency training, these specific skills are rarely formally taught. We piloted a simulation training to teach pediatric surgical residents how to compassionately BBN of an unexpected, traumatic pediatric death to surviving family members. This training was unique in that it was influenced by family systems theory and was a collaborative effort between our institution's ...

Revising the FP Quality of Care Framework in the Context of Rights-based Family Planning.

Nearly three decades ago, Bruce articulated a client-centered quality of care (QoC) framework for family planning services. The term quality has since then been used in many rights-based frameworks for health, reproductive health, and family planning. This commentary compares the concept of quality used in many of these frameworks to reconcile the elements of the FP QoC framework with the use of quality in various rights frameworks. We propose five modifications to the original FP QoC framework to better al...

Engaging Stakeholders to Develop a Patient-centered Research Agenda: Lessons Learned From the Research Action for Health Network (REACHnet).

Patient-centered research requires a focus on the needs and priorities of patients. Because patient engagement can result in the discovery of important topics not currently prioritized by research programs, topic generation, and prioritization activities conducted with patients, caregivers, and other stakeholders are essential. To develop patient-centered research agendas for obesity and diabetes, the Research Action for Health Network conducted topic generation and prioritization activities with multistake...

Obesity: When to consider surgery.

Bariatric surgery is underutilized despite an obesity epidemic. Here, 3 patients pursue a surgical option when they can't reach their target weight and optimal health by nonsurgical means.


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