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PO07 - Is the 'children's and young people's audit policy tool' (CYAPT) useful to evaluate the variables of child and family-centred care? Comparison among nurses' perceptions from different countries

PO07 - Is the 'children's and young people's audit policy tool' (CYAPT) useful to evaluate the variables of child and family-centred care? Comparison among nurses' perceptions from different countries

Nursing Children and Young People 28(4): 92-93

Theme: Accreditation and quality improvement Introduction: Most of the nurses know the principles of family-centred care (FCC) and can define it. However, we need to investigate their real perceptions about this philosophy of care. The aim of this research paper is to analyze how nurses from Gaslini Hospital perceive FCC practices. We use data taken from a questionnaire and compare these results with those obtained from other studies carried out in different countries. Qualitative study of data analysis from CYPAPT questionnaire. There is worldwide agreement about the features of FCC. Such agreement holds both for the positive sides, such as family individuality and trust in involving parents, and in weak points, such as structural and organizational problems and education paths for health professionals. FCC is well rated worldwide from a theoretical point of view, but it needs further studies and multidisciplinary experimentations to be implemented in practice in the best way.

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PMID: 27214470

DOI: 10.7748/ncyp.28.4.92.s86

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