Family-centred care for children with long-term conditions

Published on January 30, 2017   55 min
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Welcome to my lecture on "Family-Centred Care for Children with Long-Term Conditions". I am Professor Imelda Coyne, and I work at the School of Nursing and Midwifery, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland.
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This slide provides a brief outline of what I will discuss today. I will explain the background to family-centred care. Where did it come from? And what is it? What does it consists of? And what are the key features of family-centred care? Are there any benefits to family-centred care? And then I will look at the changing roles, the implications for parents and healthcare professionals. I would also then discuss the challenges to family-centred care and how it's implemented in clinical practice. Now we'll look at what are the facilitators and what can promote family-centred care. And I will finish with an outlining of some strategies for the promotion of effective family-centred care.
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So we start with, "Where did family-centred care come from?"
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