Intravenous antibiotics at home: a parents’ perspective
Family-centred care and parental participation in care are essential aspects of paediatric nursing and are crucial in the care of the child with a chronic illness. It is, therefore, logical that the insights and experiences of parents are used as a source of evidence for our practice.
KeywordsCystic Fibrosis Home Care Intravenous Antibiotic Advance Nurse Cystic Fibrosis Clinic
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