From version 19.1
edited by Hendrick Guerra
on 2018/08/17 19:31
To version 20.1
edited by Hendrick Guerra
on 2018/08/17 19:37
Change comment: There is no comment for this version

Summary

Details

Page properties
Title
... ... @@ -1,1 +1,1 @@
1 -Jackson et al. - 2016 - Parent education programmes for special health care needs children: a systematic review
1 +Johnson and Kastner - 2005 - Parent education programmes for special health care needs children: a systematic review
Content
... ... @@ -1,25 +1,25 @@
1 1  |(% colspan="2" %)(((
2 2  == Source ==
3 3  
4 -Jackson et al.
4 +Johnson C, Kastner T
5 5  )))
6 6  |(((
7 7  == Year ==
8 8  
9 -2016
9 +2005
10 10  )))|(((
11 11  == Region ==
12 12  
13 -Australia
13 +United States
14 14  )))
15 15  |(((
16 16  == Type ==
17 17  
18 -Journal Article – Systematic Review
18 +Journal Article – Expert Opinion
19 19  )))|(((
20 20  == Objectives ==
21 21  
22 -Examine the design, implementation and evaluation of parent education programs for families with Children with Special Health Care Needs (CSHCN), to better design interventions that focus on the psychosocial aspects of living with a chronic condition, for both the child and the family.
22 +Educate physicians on the philosophy of providing a permanent family environment for children, special health care needs, and the importance of adequate and accessible community services to support and maintain the well-being of all family members.
23 23  )))
24 24  |(% colspan="2" %)
25 25  
... ... @@ -26,19 +26,9 @@
26 26  (((
27 27  == Key Notes/Findings: ==
28 28  
29 -Three common core intervention approaches were:
30 30  
31 -* Use of narrative therapy enabling families to tell their own stories, thus facilitating emotional processing and (co-) construction of meaning
32 -* A focus on strengthening protective factors such as enhancing parents’ skills in communication
33 -* Behavioural management and provision of psycho-education to deepen parents’ understanding of their child’s condition and associated developmental challenge
34 -* Parenting education programmes are useful in supporting and strengthening the role of families in their everyday parenting
35 35  
36 -Identified several successful elements of effective parenting or family support programmes for children with special health needs:
37 -
38 -* Provision of opportunities for parents/families to tell and share their unique stories
39 -* Support for the well-being and strengths of the family as a unit (e.g. strengthening relationships between parents, the CSHCN and siblings)
40 -* Focus on generic skills in relation to parenting (e.g. problem-solving, stress management)
41 -* Having input from trained professional staff (e.g. expert on chronic illness management)
31 +Recommendations on page 510
42 42  )))
43 43  
44 44  |(% colspan="2" %)
... ... @@ -46,5 +46,5 @@
46 46  (((
47 47  == Reference: ==
48 48  
49 -Jackson AC, Liang RP-T, Frydenberg E, Higgins RO, Murphy BM. Parent education programmes for special health care needs children: a systematic review. Journal of Clinical Nursing. 2016 Jun;25(11–12):1528–47. Available from: [[http:~~/~~/doi.wiley.com/10.1111/jocn.13178>>url:http://doi.wiley.com/10.1111/jocn.13178||rel="__blank"]]
39 +Johnson CP, Kastner TA. Helping Families Raise Children With Special Health Care Needs at Home. Pediatrics. 2005 Feb 1;115(2):507–11. Available from: [[http:~~/~~/hw-f5-pediatrics.highwire.org/content/115/2/507>>url:http://hw-f5-pediatrics.highwire.org/content/115/2/507||rel="__blank"]]
50 50  )))
This wiki is licensed under a Creative Commons 2.0 license
XWiki Enterprise 7.1.4 - Documentation