An exploration of best practice in multi-agency working and the experiences of families of children with complex health needs. What works well and what needs to be done to improve practice for the future?

@article{Carter2007AnEO,
  title={An exploration of best practice in multi-agency working and the experiences of families of children with complex health needs. What works well and what needs to be done to improve practice for the future?},
  author={Bernie Carter and Julie Cummings and Lorraine Cooper},
  journal={Journal of clinical nursing},
  year={2007},
  volume={16 3},
  pages={
          527-39
        }
}
AIMS AND OBJECTIVES This Appreciative Inquiry study aimed to explore appreciatively examples of best multi-agency working practice with families (mothers, n = 20; fathers, n = 7; children, n = 1) and people working with children with complex needs (n = 41), to determine what works well, why it has worked well and what best practice in the future could be. BACKGROUND The term 'children with complex health needs' encompasses a diverse group of children and this population is increasing. This… CONTINUE READING

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