Listening to children and young people in healthcare consultations 21 may 2012 by ibadete fetahu this book explores the involvement of children and young people and their families in consultations about their health. Although some health professionals try to involve children and young people parental control within a health care consultation remains consistent over time even where gps try to alter the focus to towards the young person as they become older tates and meeuwesen 2000. Offers guidance on actively and effectively involving children and young people in diagnosis and decision making during medical consultations rating not yet rated 0 with reviews be the first. Listening to childrens views on health provision consultations with children and young people we would also like to thank professor hugh mclaughlin from manchester metropolitan university for peer reviewing the report and dougal hargreaves and maggie atkinson from the children and young peoples health outcomes. Listening to children and young people in healthcare consultations leicester researchers contribute to guide for healthcare educators and practitioners 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
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