Collaborative communication in pediatric palliative care: a foundation for problem-solving and decision-making.

  title={Collaborative communication in pediatric palliative care: a foundation for problem-solving and decision-making.},
  author={Chris Feudtner},
  journal={Pediatric clinics of North America},
  volume={54 5},
  pages={583-607, ix}
In an ideal world, all of us - patients, parents, family members, nurses, physicians, social workers, therapists, pastoral care workers, and others - would always work together in a collaborative manner to provide the best care possible. This article bases the framework for this ideal upon studies of communication between patients, families, and clinicians, as well as more general works on communication, collaboration, decision-making, mediation, and ethics, and is comprised of four parts: what… CONTINUE READING
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