How to move forward in shared decision-making in pediatric palliative care

Title

How to move forward in shared decision-making in pediatric palliative care

Creator

Joren CY; Aris-Meijer JL; Verhagen AAE; Lantos J

Publisher

Current Problems in Pediatric and Adolescent Health Care

Date

2024

Subject

child; Palliative Care; Decision Making; article; human; palliative therapy; clinical article; adolescent; therapy; infant; shared decision making; special situation for pharmacovigilance

Description

Pediatric palliative care has grown immensely in recent years in the world. However, shared decision-making remains a complex process, especially in pediatric palliative care. In particular, a number of issues are priorities to improve the shared decision-making process and ensure high-quality pediatric palliative care for every child. Working on these priorities will improve shared decision-making and thereby enhance high-quality pediatric palliative care around the globe.

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Citation List Month

April List 2024

Collection

Citation

Joren CY; Aris-Meijer JL; Verhagen AAE; Lantos J, “How to move forward in shared decision-making in pediatric palliative care,” Pediatric Palliative Care Library, accessed May 20, 2024, https://pedpalascnetlibrary.omeka.net/items/show/19544.