2007
DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2648.2007.04278.x View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: The priorities of clinicians working with families provide research direction for this Western Australian centre and potentially other centres in Australia and similar settings elsewhere in the world. The Delphi approach in determining clinicians' perceptions of relevant research areas may be useful to direct research in other contexts.

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“…The Delphi technique has been widely used in medical and nursing research. This method is often used to establish priorities on certain topics like research priorities 20 or to identify and to reach consensus on care indicators. 21,22 To identify the needs of critically ill children, a related study using the Delphi method was conducted by Endacott et al 23 A PICU can be defined as a micro-system in a hospital organization interacting with related departments for transitional care of the child and parents.…”
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“…The Delphi technique has been widely used in medical and nursing research. This method is often used to establish priorities on certain topics like research priorities 20 or to identify and to reach consensus on care indicators. 21,22 To identify the needs of critically ill children, a related study using the Delphi method was conducted by Endacott et al 23 A PICU can be defined as a micro-system in a hospital organization interacting with related departments for transitional care of the child and parents.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
“…These included a study on a parenting centre in Australia (Hauck, Kelly, & Fenwick, 2007), pediatric palliative care priorities in Canada (Steele et al, 2008), a study to determine psychosocial research priorities for adolescents with Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillators in the US (Zeigler & Decker-Waters, 2010), and determination of research priorities for young people with haematological cancer in Australia (ClintonMcHarg, Paul, Sanson-Fischer, D'Este, & Williamson, 2010). However, only one study was found which explored the research priorities for general child health, which was conducted in a tertiary referral hospital in Western Australia (Wilson, Ramelet, & Zuiderduyn, 2010).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
“…Few studies focused on the research priorities of midwives, and only two were British (Sleep et al, 1995;McCourt and Beake, 2000). By contrast, there were several more recent Australian studies (Fenwick et al, 2006;Reid et al, 2007;Hauck, Kelly and Fenwick, 2007) and one Irish study (Butler et al, 2007). The Delphi technique is the favoured methodology in most of these studies, the only exceptions being the study by Reid et al (2007) that used a single questionnaire method, and the study by McCourt and Beake (2000) that used a face-to-face discussion method (nominal group technique).…”
Section: Literature Reviewmentioning
“…Some studies focused on the opinions of practitioners (Fenwick et al, 2006;Hauck, Kelly and Fenwick, 2007); others sought views more widely (Butler et al, 2007;McCourt and Beake, 2000).…”
Section: Literature Reviewmentioning