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a cause of distress or anxiety

careful forethought to avoid harm or risk

the function of watching, guarding, or overseeing

the systematic application of remedies to effect a cure

to have an objection

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care for: to have the care and supervision of

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judiciousness in avoiding harm or danger

an anxious feeling

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a cause for feeling concern

attention and management implying responsibility for safety

prefer or wish to do something

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be concerned with

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Family-centered care, care coordination, and needed referrals had 15-32 percent lower odds of time burden arranging/coordinating care, and 16-19 percent lower odds of time burden providing care for the child at home, suggesting that these components are doing the most to help families.
Home programs have been designed for implementation of family-centered care in the context of daily life by families (52).
A director of family-centered care was already employed by the health care system.
This intervention is lacking in the principles of beneficence, respect for human being, possibly family-centered care and justice, and not supported using the proposed theoretical framework.
Donald Arthur, the military leaders explained the concept of family-centered care, designed to better serve expectant mothers who receive care in military treatment facilities (MTFs).
Julie Moretz has been named associate vice chancellor for patient and family-centered care at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences in Little Rock.
This checklist provides organizations a sense of where they stand when it comes to patient- and family-centered care, effective communication and cultural competence.
This major update of the 1999 edition for prospective and new practitioners includes a current description of the major areas of pediatric physical therapy; new chapters on cultural sensitivity and family-centered care, traumatic disorders/sports injuries, and cardiac disorders; updated measures of development; a greater emphasis on nutrition; and ancillary website.
Family-centered care has made many changes possible, such as:
It will use its well-established credentialling mechanisms to help assure that women and infants receive safe, family-centered care from well-educated health care providers.
To receive certification, Regions demonstrated that its program provides exceptional patient and family-centered care for patients with serious illness, with an emphasis on pain and symptom management and quality of life.
Therefore, the following goals for the restructuring of Neonatology are given:: - Ensuring the conditions for implementing and ensuring developmental care and family-centered care,: - Ensure compliance of adequate hygienic conditions of nosocomial diseases and to implement the provisions of the LGL,: - Restoration and sustainable to ensure a smooth operational process,: - Restoration of places to care for mandatory monitoring and neonatal intensive care,: - These measures are to be implemented entirely in stock.
who are associated with the Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children in the UK and are joined by nurses primarily from the hospital, offer an evidence-based manual of practical skills in children's nursing for nurses, students, and other healthcare professionals who care for children in hospitals and community setting around the world, based on the expertise developed at the hospital and its principles of individualized and family-centered care, emphasis on legislation and a code of conduct, culturally sensitive care, directly communicating with children and involving them in decisions, and effective handover.
University Health Systems, comprising 10-hospitals in eastern North Carolina, began its focus on patient- and family-centered care in the late 1990s.
ACCH focuses on family-centered care through the publications Family-Centered Care for Children Needing Specialized Health and Developmental Services in 1987 and Caring for Children and Families: Guidelines for Hospitals in 1992.
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