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Parikh K, Hinds PS, Teach SJ
Using stakeholder engagement to develop a hospital-initiated, patient-centered intervention to improve hospital-to-home transitions for children with asthma.
The authors demonstrated that multidisciplinary stakeholder engagement can meaningfully influence intervention design. They presented a model of efficient yet substantive engagement of parents and health professionals in developing a hospital-to-home transition intervention for children hospitalized with asthma. Their results suggest that multidimensional stakeholder engagement can meaningfully shape intervention development, and they hope that these tools can be used or adapted to other hospital-based quality improvement, education, or research efforts.
Citation: Parikh K, Hinds PS, Teach SJ . Using stakeholder engagement to develop a hospital-initiated, patient-centered intervention to improve hospital-to-home transitions for children with asthma. Hosp Pediatr 2019 Jun;9(6):460-63. doi: 10.1542/hpeds.2018-0261.
Keywords: Children/Adolescents, Patient-Centered Healthcare, Patient and Family Engagement, Hospital Discharge, Transitions of Care, Asthma, Respiratory Conditions