The philosophy of partnership in care has been explored with strategies to help the child and family to cope with the stressful experience of children in intensive care nurse parent partnership 159 hospitalisation. The involvement of parents in the care provided to their children has many meanings for parents nurses and doctors specific strategies need to be developed with and for parents in order to mobilize parental competencies and contribute to increasing their autonomy and decision making concerning the care provided to children. A descriptive study was undertaken to determine whether parents were able to participate in the care of their hospitalized child and work in partnership with the nurses the study utilized method triangulation and was conducted in two phases in phase one a postal survey of 65 nurses was undertaken in three childrens wards within an nhs trust hospital while in the second phase 12 in depth . British nurses n 12 reported that the ideology of partnership with parents did not accurately reflect or describe their relationships with parents and that they could never be partners in care because the responsibility of controlling the boundaries of care rests with the nurses. Children in hospital need the support of a parent or a very close family member the younger the child is the more important it is for you to stay with her if you can this can sometimes be difficult if there are other young children at home
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