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Principles of Pediatric Nursing: Caring for Children, 7e (Ball et al.)
Chapter 2 Family-Centered Care and Cultural Considerations
1) The nurse is planning care for an adolescent client who will be hospitalized for several weeks
following a traumatic brain injury. Which interventions will enhance family-centered care for
this client and family? Select all that apply.
1. Making all ADL decisions for the adolescent and family
2. Asking the adolescent what foods to include during meal time
3. Allowing the family time to pray each day with the adolescent
4. Encouraging the adolescent’s friends to visit during visiting hours
5. Leaving all questions for the healthcare provider
Answer: 2, 3, 4
Explanation: 1. Interventions that will enhance family-centered care for this client and family
include asking the adolescent to be an active member of care by making food choices, allowing
the family to pray each day with the adolescent, and encouraging the adolescent’s friends to visit
during visiting hours. These interventions each promote the concepts of family-centered care.
Making all decisions for the adolescent and family and leaving all questions for the healthcare
provider do not promote the concepts of family-centered care.
2. Interventions that will enhance family-centered care for this client and family include asking
the adolescent to be an active member of care by making food choices, allowing the family to
pray each day with the adolescent, and encouraging the adolescent’s friends to visit during
visiting hours. These interventions each promote the concepts of family-centered care. Making
all decisions for the adolescent and family and leaving all questions for the healthcare provider
do not promote the concepts of family-centered care.
3. Interventions that will enhance family-centered care for this client and family include asking
the adolescent to be an active member of care by making food choices, allowing the family to
pray each day with the adolescent, and encouraging the adolescent’s friends to visit during
visiting hours. These interventions each promote the concepts of family-centered care. Making
all decisions for the adolescent and family and leaving all questions for the healthcare provider
do not promote the concepts of family-centered care.
4. Interventions that will enhance family-centered care for this client and family include asking
the adolescent to be an active member of care by making food choices, allowing the family to
pray each day with the adolescent, and encouraging the adolescent’s friends to visit during
visiting hours. These interventions each promote the concepts of family-centered care. Making
all decisions for the adolescent and family and leaving all questions for the healthcare provider
do not promote the concepts of family-centered care.
5. Interventions that will enhance family-centered care for this client and family include asking
the adolescent to be an active member of care by making food choices, allowing the family to
pray each day with the adolescent, and encouraging the adolescent’s friends to visit during
visiting hours. These interventions each promote the concepts of family-centered care. Making
all decisions for the adolescent and family and leaving all questions for the healthcare provider
do not promote the concepts of family-centered care.
Page Ref: 18, 19
Cognitive Level: Applying
Client Need &Sub: Health Promotion and Maintenance
Standards: QSEN Competencies: Patient-centered care | AACN Essential Competencies:
Essential II: Basic organizational and systems leadership for quality care and patient safety |