What do families, staff, and stakeholders think about children's dream fulfilment?

Title

What do families, staff, and stakeholders think about children's dream fulfilment?

Creator

Galinsky J

Publisher

Issues In Comprehensive Pediatric Nursing

Date

2014

Description

BACKGROUND: This article reports the results of a service evaluation designed to assess children's dream fulfillment charity, Dreams Come True. AIMS AND OBJECTIVES: With the objective to gain the opinions of those who have used and are involved with the charity, parents (n = 10), staff (n = 10), and key informants (n = 18) were asked what the charity does most and least well. METHOD: Focus group meetings using the nominal group technique were held for parents and staff and an email survey was sent to key informants. RESULTS: CONCLUSIONS, in the form of voted responses to the question of what the charity does most and least well are presented. CONCLUSIONS: Popular themes arising from each group were the benefit of dreams, the importance of empathy, staff communication, and fundraising. Implications for the charity and third sector are discussed.
2014-12

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Type

Journal Article

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Citation

Galinsky J, “What do families, staff, and stakeholders think about children's dream fulfilment?,” Pediatric Palliative Care Library, accessed February 23, 2024, https://pedpalascnetlibrary.omeka.net/items/show/14876.