The learner is a clinician who is having an initial meeting with the two fathers of a child with cerebral palsy. The learner needs to engage the family in determining how the goals for the child will be developed, and answer their questions.
Participants ask families and clients to identify designated member of their ‚’family‚Äô to be involved in care.
Participants show that patients and families are encouraged and supported to participate in care and decision-making at the level they choose.
Simulation Modality:Standardized/simulated patients or real patients
Meeting space (a couple of chairs)
Key behaviours based on our Patient Declaration of Values, the Institute for Patient and Family-Centred Care, and input from our Family Advisory committee and Youth Advisory Committee.
Here’s how staff can demonstrate Quality of Care every day
Actively find out who is part of the family and ask who will be involved in care at home so you can plan together
Look for strengths and unique insights that come from the client and family’s lived healthcare experiences
Be patient and help the client and family understand what to expect
Incorporate the client and family’s perspective in goal planning and treatment decisions
Use the latest research materials to help inform practice and methods
Parker K, Hubley D, Williams L, Karmali A. Patient and Family Centred Care – Quality of Care. Simulation resource published by Simulation Canada; 2015. Available from https://simulationcanada.ca/scenario/patient-and-family-centred-care-quality-of-care/.Copy Citation
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Continuing professional development
Graduate / postgraduate / residency
Undergraduate / post-secondary
Fields / Disciplines:
Pediatrics / child & family