1 edition of Listening to children and young people in healthcare consultations found in the catalog.
Listening to children and young people in healthcare consultations
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Sarah Redsell and Adrian Hastings ; foreword by Terence Stephenson|
|LC Classifications||RJ103.G7 L57 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 188 p. :|
|Number of Pages||188|
|LC Control Number||2010674540|
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Book Description. The involvement of children and young people in consultations about aspects of their health or illness is often limited, with their role in diagnosis and decision-making on treatment options secondary to that of parents or carers.
Listening to Children and Young People in Healthcare Consultations - CRC Press Book The involvement of children and young people in consultations about aspects of their health or illness is often limited, with their role in diagnosis and decision-making on treatment options secondary to that of parents or carers.
Listening to Children and Young People in Healthcare Consultations - Google Books The involvement of children and young people in consultations about aspects of their health. Title:Listening to children and young people in healthcare consultations. Edited by: Sarah Redsell and Adrian Hastings.
Publisher:Radcliffe Publishing, Reviewer:Alison Taylor, paediatric practice development nurse, Western Sussex Hospitals Trust. Listening to Children and Young People in Healthcare by Sarah Redsell, Adrian Hastings.
admin Febru The involvement of kids and teens in consultations approximately elements in their future health or disease is usually restricted, with their position in analysis and decision-making on healing procedures secondary to that of folks or /5(24).
Listening to children and young people in healthcare consultations, co-edited and featuring contributions by University of Leicester academics.
Listening to children and young people in healthcare consultations Leicester researchers contribute to guide for healthcare educators. Listening to Children and Young People in Healthcare Consultations, Sarah Redsell, Adrian Hastings (Eds.),ISBN X SB, £ Jane Kilpatrick Page consultation during which they were trying to ascertain children’s views of current provision and ideas about how it could be improved.
• Early Year Professionals focused their work Listening to children and young people in healthcare consultations book encouraging children to participate in the consultations and had begun to encourage children’s criticality in terms of expressing negative views of Size: KB.
more accurate phrase ‘children and young people’ to refer to minors of up to 18 years old. The word ‘children’ must therefore be understood to include young people.
I have sometimes used the word ‘young people’ when the reference is specifically to older Size: KB. Health education is not the monopoly of government: it concerns all the players in the healthcare system, and, when young people are involved, all those in the educational system.
Because it is everyone's business and involves a mission of general interest, it is performed by a multitude of participants often ignorant of one another, and it. A Right to be Heard. Listening to children and young people on the move.
Connecting them with the information and services they need to start off in a new home – including education, health care and protection – is an investment in their future and the future of nations around the world.
Finding a voice: the development of children's healthcare --Involving children: why it matters --Third voice in the consultation --Involving children: how to do it --Professional speak and child talk --Listening to young carers and their families --Improving communication: practical exercises --Consent and confidentiality --Safeguarding.
Active listening is a good way to improve your communication with your child. It lets your child know you are interested in what she has to say. To practice active listening: and reflect or repeat back what she is saying and what she may be feeling to make sure you understand.
It can be tempting to brush off our children’s problems. Children learn what they practice. This engaging and interactive book guides children through the practice of naming their feelings and the physical sensations that accompany them.
From wiggly and squirmy to rested and still, Listening to My Body helps children develop a sensations vocabulary so that they can express what they are experiencing/5(). Communication with children. Some reasons why it is a good idea to communicate with children during consultations.
Children and young people get depressed too. Mental Health Growing Up - 36 fact sheets for parents, teachers and young people covering the spectrum of child mental health. areas had in common was an aim to deliver high-quality, timely mental health provision for children and young people.
In one area, for example, there was a shared vision to ‘see the whole child’ and there was a view that mental health problems were ‘everybody’s business’. young people. Together with UNICEF they form a partnership with substantial practical experience in helping children and young people to fully participate in society.
They recognize an obligation to enable children and young people to engage with civil society to ﬁ nd solutions to today’s problems and not to wait until tomorrow to address them.
Consulting with children and young people The listening emphasis of the early s progressed over the course of that decade toward a consultation agenda in which governments actively promoted consultation with children and young people about aspects of their lives.
In the UK, forAuthor: Mary Kellett. Appendix 1). These consultations set out to document children’s views on what was important to them in their communities and what they wished for in their lives, and was used to inform a review of South Australia’s Strategic Plan in The same model of participation of children and young people developed through this study has been.
All children and young people’s mental health services should identify a link for schools and colleges. This link will provide rapid advice, consultation and signposting.
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