Parental Perceptions of the Importance and Effectiveness of Patient-Centered Care Delivery

in International Journal of Athletic Therapy and Training
Sadie Rose Adado DAT, AT, ATC, CSCS*,1 and Kenneth E. Games PhD, LAT, ATC*,1
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Integrative patient-centered care (PCC) models encompass all dimensions of the patient, including physical well-being, evidence-based shared decision making, and determinants of health as they relate to quality of life. The purpose of this study was to explore parental experiences with the principles of PCC, related to the healthcare of their dependent after interactions with a provider. Using an observational design, our results demonstrated that parents of adolescent athletes rated PCC concepts as “very important” and the care delivered in relation to PCC by providers as “very effective.” PCC is perceived as valuable to parents, and therefore, athletic trainers must continue to develop and integrate PCC in the delivery of care within their clinical practice.

The authors are with the Department of Applied Medicine and Rehabilitation, Indiana State University, Terre Haute, Indiana, USA.

Games (Kenneth.Games@indstate.edu) is corresponding author.
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