The Pinnacle of Pediatric Care: Revealed Through the Nurse-Parent Negotiation

Track: 60 Minute Podium

Session Number: 805
Date: Sun, Apr 8th, 2018
Time: 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM

Description:

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Tallon, M. M., Kendall, G. E., & Snider, P. D. (2015). Rethinking family-centred care for the child and family in hospital. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 24(9/10), 1426-1435.
Young, J., McCann, D., Watson, K., Pitcher, A., Bundy, R., & Greathead, D. (2006). Negotiation of care for a hospitalized child: Parental perspectives. Neonatal, Paediatric, and Child Health Nursing, 9(2), 7-14.
Session Type: Research

Session Description: Improve the nurse-parent relationship. Hospitalization of a child creates stress for the parents. The Negotiated Care Tool intervention has the potential to reduce stress and improve adaptation by allowing the parent to decide the level of care they want and are able to provide. Negotiation promotes a positive nurse-parent connection.
Primary Presenter Bio: Cherie has over thirty years of nursing experience, most of it in pediatrics. She teaches pediatrics at Armstrong State University in Savannah, GA. She is an active member of SPN in her local chapter. She has served on both the Clinical Practice and Education Committees and she was the vice-president of SPN from 2014-2016.

Primary Presenter Institution: Armstrong State University
Session Type: Research

Session Description: Improve the nurse-parent relationship. Hospitalization of a child creates stress for the parents. The Negotiated Care Tool intervention has the potential to reduce stress and improve adaptation by allowing the parent to decide the level of care they want and are able to provide. Negotiation promotes a positive nurse-parent connection.
Primary Presenter Bio: Cherie has over thirty years of nursing experience, most of it in pediatrics. She teaches pediatrics at Armstrong State University in Savannah, GA. She is an active member of SPN in her local chapter. She has served on both the Clinical Practice and Education Committees and she was the vice-president of SPN from 2014-2016.

Primary Presenter Institution: Armstrong State University