Child-Centred Nursing presents a unique approach by bringing children to the fore of the discussion about their health and health care. It encourages you to think critically about children, their families and contemporary practice issues. It promotes reflection on how you can develop innovative practice so as to improve children's health outcomes and their experiences of health care.
Clinical case studies and critical thinking exercises are included in each chapter, creating and sustaining a clear link between professional practice, research and theory.
The book is essential reading for all pre-registration and post-graduate students studying children's and young people's health care.
Approaches to Nursing Children, Young People and their FamiliesChildren's and Young People's Position and Participation in Society, Health Care and ResearchConsulting and Informing Children and Young PeopleChildren and Young People Having Choices and Making Health DecisionsHow Settings Shape Children's and Young People's CareUnderstanding Children's and Young People's Experiences of IllnessExamining Practice: Improving the Care of Children and Young PeopleClosing Thoughts: Celebrating Success and Aspiring for Better