Development Of A Logic Model To Support A Network Approach In Delivering 24/7 Children’s Palliative Care: Part One.

Title

Development Of A Logic Model To Support A Network Approach In Delivering 24/7 Children’s Palliative Care: Part One.

Creator

Maynard L; Lynn D

Identifier

DOI: 10.12968/ijpn.2016.22.6.278

Publisher

International Journal Of Palliative Nursing

Date

2016

Subject

Research; Palliative Care/organization & Administration
24/7; Children's Palliative Care; End Of Life; Funding Palliative Care; Logic Model; Out Of Hours; Symptom Management

Description

BACKGROUND:
This is the second of a two-part article that discusses a research project that aimed to develop and evaluate a 24/7 symptom-management service for children with palliative care needs and a nursing logic model to enable a novel service approach to be generalised and replicated.
RESULTS:
Findings demonstrated that the service standards were met and exceeded expectations. Families valued the role, which enabled choice in location of care and perceived the service as a 'lifeline'.
DISCUSSION:
Team composition with the right level of specialist and advanced nursing skills, anticipating symptom-management planning, clinical supervision and funded on-call processes were key success criteria. The nursing logic model demonstrated relationships between context investments into the service and outcomes for children and families.

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Citation List Month

April 2016 List

Citation

Maynard L; Lynn D, “Development Of A Logic Model To Support A Network Approach In Delivering 24/7 Children’s Palliative Care: Part One.,” Pediatric Palliative Care Library, accessed October 23, 2021, https://pedpalascnetlibrary.omeka.net/items/show/10466.

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