More hospitals are adopting family-centered pediatric rounds

06/29/2010 | Reuters

A survey of 265 pediatric hospitalists found 44% conducted family-centered rounds that involved the parents, more often in university-affiliated medical centers than in community hospitals. The study in Pediatrics found barriers to using family-centered rounds included small patient rooms, worries about patient confidentiality and concerns about physician training.

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