Challenges in Pediatric Advance Care Discussions Between Health Care Professionals and Parents of Children with a Life-Limiting Condition: A Qualitative Pilot Study

Title

Challenges in Pediatric Advance Care Discussions Between Health Care Professionals and Parents of Children with a Life-Limiting Condition: A Qualitative Pilot Study

Creator

Hein K; Monz A; Daxer M; Heitkamp N; Knochel K; Jox R; Borasio GD; Fuehrer M

Publisher

Journal of Pain and Symptom Management

Date

2018

Subject

advance care planning; death; Germany; semi structured interview; shared decision making; pilot study; morality; conference abstract; human; child; female; male; clinical article; palliative therapy; conversation

Description

Objectives: Research has shown that advance care planning concepts for adults need to be revised and adapted to be applicable to pediatric situations. A consistent approach to pediatric advance care planning (pACP) is still missing. The study aimed to (1) identify challenges during pediatric advance care discussions and (2) explore the perception of participants about pACP with the final goal of (3) developing a pACP conversation guideline.

Citation List Month

February 2019 List

Collection

Citation

Hein K; Monz A; Daxer M; Heitkamp N; Knochel K; Jox R; Borasio GD; Fuehrer M, “Challenges in Pediatric Advance Care Discussions Between Health Care Professionals and Parents of Children with a Life-Limiting Condition: A Qualitative Pilot Study,” Pediatric Palliative Care Library, accessed July 29, 2021, https://pedpalascnetlibrary.omeka.net/items/show/16023.

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