Drawing My Story: Children's Experiences in the Hospital

Track: 60 Minute Podium

Session Number: 705
Date: Sat, Apr 7th, 2018
Time: 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Description:

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Söderbäck, M., Coyne, I., & Harder, M. (2011). The importance of including both a child perspective and the child’s perspective within health care settings to provide truly child-centred care. Journal of Child Health Care, 15(2), 99-106.
Session Type: Research

Session Description: This session shares the results and implications of an arts-based, child-friendly study aimed at better understanding school-aged children's experiences in the hospital. Learning more about children’s experiences of hospitalization from their own points-of-view may help meet the long-term goal of improving their hospital experiences by increasing child-patient-centered care.
Primary Presenter Bio: Christy Solorio is an assistant professor at the California State University, Sacramento School of Nursing. She earned her doctorate at University of California at Davis in 2017. Her research is in working with children to help them share their own experiences and needs in health care in an effort to increase child-patient-centered care.
Primary Presenter Institution: California State University, Sacramento
Session Type: Research

Session Description: This session shares the results and implications of an arts-based, child-friendly study aimed at better understanding school-aged children's experiences in the hospital. Learning more about children’s experiences of hospitalization from their own points-of-view may help meet the long-term goal of improving their hospital experiences by increasing child-patient-centered care.
Primary Presenter Bio: Christy Solorio is an assistant professor at the California State University, Sacramento School of Nursing. She earned her doctorate at University of California at Davis in 2017. Her research is in working with children to help them share their own experiences and needs in health care in an effort to increase child-patient-centered care.
Primary Presenter Institution: California State University, Sacramento