Latino families' experiences with family-centered rounds at an academic children's hospital.

@article{Seltz2011LatinoFE,
  title={Latino families' experiences with family-centered rounds at an academic children's hospital.},
  author={L. Barry Seltz and Lorena Zimmer and Luis Ochoa-Nunez and Matthew Rustici and Lucinda L. Bryant and David E. Fox},
  journal={Academic pediatrics},
  year={2011},
  volume={11 5},
  pages={
          432-8
        }
}
OBJECTIVE To characterize Latino families' experiences with family-centered rounds at an academic children's hospital to identify areas for improvement. METHODS Five focus groups of families of Latino children hospitalized on a general medical ward were conducted in Spanish by a single bilingual facilitator. Participants were recruited from a convenience sample of Spanish-speaking Latino family members present at the patients' bedside. Data were transcribed verbatim, content coded, and… CONTINUE READING
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