Resource: Implementing Family- and Patient-Centered Rounds
Each hospital’s setting is unique, so there is no best way to implement patient- and family-centered rounds. We are happy to share what we have learned from our experience at Cincinnati Children’s and from teaching patient- and family-centered rounds at conferences and workshops.
Understanding each other’s points of view is an essential starting point. We have learned that when physicians, nurses, allied health professionals and patients and their families discuss patient- and family-centered rounds, they are more likely to implement them.
We have created a facilitator guide and a series of video vignettes to assist you in your implementation strategy. We hope these tools lead to a rich discussion among you, your colleagues and your patients and their families and will assist you in successful implementation of patient- and family-centered rounds at your institution.
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