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Publisher: Royal College of Nursing
Languages: English
Types: Article
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Aim: To explore and describe child-parent shared decision-making for the management of childhood asthma.\ud Methods: A qualitative descriptive interview based study was undertaken. Eight children and nine parents participated. The framework approach underpinned data analysis.\ud Findings: A dynamic model of the way children and parents transfer, shift and share asthma management decisions was uncovered; asthma management decisions between children and parents were non-linear with responsibility transferring from parent to child under different conditions. Children made a range of decisions about their asthma, often sharing decisions with their parents. However, during acute illness episodes children often relied on parents to make decisions about their asthma.\ud Conclusion: Neither the child nor parent have complete autonomy over asthma management decisions. Decision-making is a dynamic shifting and shared process, dependent on contextual factors and child and parent decision preferences.
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