Assessment of youth-friendly health care: a systematic review of indicators drawn from young people's perspectives.

@article{Ambresin2013AssessmentOY,
  title={Assessment of youth-friendly health care: a systematic review of indicators drawn from young people's perspectives.},
  author={Anne-Emmanuelle Ambresin and Kristina Bennett and George C. Patton and Lena Amanda Sanci and Susan M. Sawyer},
  journal={The Journal of adolescent health : official publication of the Society for Adolescent Medicine},
  year={2013},
  volume={52 6},
  pages={
          670-81
        }
}
PURPOSE To review the literature on young people's perspectives on health care with a view to defining domains and indicators of youth-friendly care. METHODS Three bibliographic databases were searched to identify studies that purportedly measured young people's perspectives on health care. Each study was assessed to identify the constructs, domains, and indicators of adolescent-friendly health care. RESULTS Twenty-two studies were identified: 15 used quantitative methods, six used… Expand

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