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Client- and family-centred care: Its history in Qmentum® and a supporting literature review

Client- and family-centred care: Its history in Qmentum® and a supporting literature review

$100.00 CAD

This publication is a comprehensive review of the research evidence to support the implementation of client- and family-centred care (CFCC) practices within health care. Client- and family-centred care is an approach to client-provider engagements that has been adopted by institutions, accrediting bodies, and governments around the world. In January 2015, Accreditation Canada revised the Qmentum program standards to include CFCC.

Client- and family-centred care: Its history in Qmentum and a supporting literature review includes:

  • An overview of Accreditation Canada’s standards development process and its approach to CFCC  
  • A brief history of CFCC
  • A review of research evidence to support:
    • Client engagement
    • Partnership and communication
    • Care coordination and integration
    • Cost effectiveness

Click here to view an excerpt from this publication.

If you are part of an assessment program (such as Qmentum) with Accreditation Canada, NIAZ, IQG or IQMH, your assessment body will provide you with new assessment standards prior to those standards being incorporated into your program and used for surveys or assessment purposes. For information on assessment standards, or to obtain the version specific to your program, please contact your assessment provider.

Standards purchased online are delivered as printable PDF downloads. If you would like a copy printed and shipped to you, please email publications@healthstandards.org

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