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Modelling collaboration of primary and secondary care for children with complex care needs: long-term ventilation as an example

’ contributions All authors contributed in the conception of the study. Daniela Luzi, Fabrizio Pecoraro and Oscar Tamburis defined the methodology and developed the UML diagrams. Maria Brenner and Miriam O’Shea

Tradução e adaptação cultural do APQ- Aging Perceptions Questionnaire para a língua portuguesa brasileira

of the APQ - Aging Perceptions Questionnaire to Brazilian portuguese     Laura Maria Brenner Ceia Ramos ; Mariano da RochaI; Irênio GomesII; Carla Helena Augustin SchwankeII IPrograma de Pós ... para correspondência: Laura Maria Brenner Ceia Ramos Mariano da Rocha E-mail: Recebido: 17/11/2010 Revisado: 02/3/2011 Aprovado: 22/8/2011

Barriers and facilitators to integration of care for children with complex care needs across 30 European countries: A MOCHA study

Introduction: Approaches to the management of care of children with complex care needs CCN is known to vary among countries. Conducted as part of Models of Child Health Appraised MOCHA, an ongoing EU Horizon 2020 funded project, the aim of this study was to provide a contemporary account of the approaches to the integration of care at the acute/community interface for children...

Children’s complex care needs: a systematic concept analysis of multidisciplinary language

Complex care in the arena of child health is a growing phenomenon. Although considerable research is taking place, there remains limited understanding and agreement on the concept of complex care needs (CCNs), with potential for ambiguity. We conducted a systematic concept analysis of the attributes, antecedents, and consequences of children’s CCNs from a multidisciplinary...

Integration of health and social care for children with complex health conditions: an assessment of the policy and organisational context in Europe

Introduction: Across Europe, little is known about the policy, organisational and practical aspects of integrated health and social care for children with complex care needs (CCN) in Europe. This growing population of children typically have varying and extensive needs, that often require a coordinated and integrated response from multiple care providers.Aim: This study is part...

The integration of care at the acute/ community/ primary care interface for children with complex health needs in 30 European Countries: A MOCHA study

Introduction: Internationally, there are wide variations across the systems in place to care for children with complex care needs. The aim of this study is to provide an up-to-date account of the current approaches to the integration of care at the acute/community interface for these children across 30 European countries. This work is part of a large ongoing European Commission...

Exploring Integration of Care for Children Living with Complex Care Needs Across the European Union and European Economic Area

Introduction: The aim of this paper is to report on the development of surveys to explore integration of care for children living with complex care needs across the European Union (EU) and European Economic Area (EEA). Theory and methods: Each survey consists of a vignette and questions adapted from the Standards for Systems of Care for Children and Youth with Special Health Care...

The Role of Care Coordinator for Children with Complex Care Needs: A Systematic Review

andHealth Systems, UCD College of Health Sciences, IE X close Maria Brenner , Lecturer, School of Nursing, Midwifery and Health Systems, UCD College of Health Sciences, IE X close Phil

Parents’ perspectives of the transition to home when a child has complex technological health care needs

Introduction: There is an increasing number of children with complex care needs, however, there is limited evidence of the experience of families during the process of transitioning to becoming their child's primary care giver. The aim of this study was to explore parents’ perspectives of the transition to home of a child with complex respiratory health care needs.Methods...

The knowledge, attitudes and beliefs of carers (parents, guardians, healthcare practitioners, crèche workers) around fever and febrile illness in children aged 5 years and under: protocol for a qualitative systematic review

Background Many parents consider fever a disease in itself and feel disempowered when their child is ill. Numerous guidelines have been produced; however, their target audience remains healthcare professionals and not carers of children in general. A reliable source of information will decrease worry in parents and carers when managing a febrile child. Methods/Design A systematic...

Structured sedation programs in the emergency department, hospital and other acute settings: protocol for systematic review of effects and events

Background The use of procedural sedation outside the operating theatre has increased in hospital settings and has gained popularity among non-anesthesiologists. Sedative agents used for procedural pain, although effective, also pose significant risks to the patient if used incorrectly. There is currently no universally accepted program of education for practitioners using or...