2019
DOI: 10.1186/s12913-019-4394-5
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Abstract: Background Families play an important role meeting the care needs of individuals who require assistance due to illness and/or disability. Yet, without adequate support their own health and wellbeing can be compromised. The literature highlights the need for a move to family-centered care to improve the well-being of those with illness and/or disability and their family caregivers. The objective of this paper was to explore existing models of family-centered care to determine the key components of … Show more

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Cited by 138 publications
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“…Family-centred care entails forming collaborative partnerships between healthcare professional and families and involving family members in care planning and decision-making (Kokorelias, Gignac, Naglie, & Cameron, 2019). Family-centred care is particularly important in the care provided to vulnerable populations, such as those living in RACFs.…”
Section: Family-centred Carementioning
confidence: 99%
“…Family-centred care entails forming collaborative partnerships between healthcare professional and families and involving family members in care planning and decision-making (Kokorelias, Gignac, Naglie, & Cameron, 2019). Family-centred care is particularly important in the care provided to vulnerable populations, such as those living in RACFs.…”
Section: Family-centred Carementioning
confidence: 99%
“…Raised awareness of caregiver unmet needs among health care providers should provide direction for support. Recent literature recommends that health providers need competency-based education about the unmet needs of family caregivers [32][33][34][35][36]. Open communication between health care providers and caregivers will assist caregivers to access information relevant to their own unmet needs and help them address fears about their own health deterioration.…”
Section: Plos Onementioning
confidence: 99%
“…A signi cant aspect affecting the growth of the child is the quality of interaction between an infant and parents. Modi cation of an infant's physical and emotional environment both in the NICU and post-hospitalization at home will have positive outcomes in their overall development [21]. The FCC has shown an increased knowledge, capacity, and competence of the parents to care for their infant or child [22].…”
Section: How the Intervention Might Workmentioning
confidence: 99%