Evaluating and Improving the Practice of Family-Centered Care

Hanson, Janice L.; Randall, Virginia F.; Ahmann, Elizabeth
July 1999
Pediatric Nursing;Jul/Aug99, Vol. 25 Issue 4, p445
Academic Journal
Presents information on a study which focused on the evaluation and improvement of the practice of family-centered care in the United States. Reasons to do evaluation; Purpose of the efforts to evaluate family-centered nursing practices; Principles to guide evaluation of family-centered care practices.


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