Challenges and Incentives for Integrating Person-Centred Outcome Measures Into Routine Paediatric Palliative Care: Health, Social Care and Commissioner Perspectives

Title

Challenges and Incentives for Integrating Person-Centred Outcome Measures Into Routine Paediatric Palliative Care: Health, Social Care and Commissioner Perspectives

Creator

Scott H; Coombes L; Braybrook D; Roach A; Harardottir D; Bristowe K; Ellis-Smith C; Chambers L; Bluebond-Langner M; Farsides B; Murtagh F; Harding R

Publisher

Palliative Medicine

Date

2022

Subject

Child; Palliative therapy; Conference abstract; Semi-structured interview; Outcome assessment; Care behavior; Genetic transcription; Social care

Description

Background/aims: To successfully integrate a newly developed measure into clinical practice, the challenges and incentives for implementation must be understood, and these are specific to each measure. Previous research has focused on disease-specific measures, or the use of outcome measures in adult palliative care. Evidence is needed to ensure successful integration of new person-centred outcome measures (PCOMs) in the paediatric palliative care context.

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Citation List Month

September 2022 List

Collection

Citation

Scott H; Coombes L; Braybrook D; Roach A; Harardottir D; Bristowe K; Ellis-Smith C; Chambers L; Bluebond-Langner M; Farsides B; Murtagh F; Harding R, “Challenges and Incentives for Integrating Person-Centred Outcome Measures Into Routine Paediatric Palliative Care: Health, Social Care and Commissioner Perspectives,” Pediatric Palliative Care Library, accessed May 28, 2024, https://pedpalascnetlibrary.omeka.net/items/show/18258.