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Allying with Chinese Parents for Enhanced Control of Pediatric Postoperative Pain 

Allying with Chinese Parents for Enhanced Control of Pediatric Postoperative Pain
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Allying with Chinese Parents for Enhanced Control of Pediatric Postoperative Pain
Author(s):

He Hong-Gu

and Katri VehvilÄinen-Julkunen

DOI:
10.1093/med/9780199768875.003.0008
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date: 21 September 2020

The goal of this chapter is to provide insights into Chinese values and belief systems related to pain, by focusing on the attitudes, perceptions, and preferences of Chinese parents of hospitalized children in pain. Specifically, the following topics are included: Chinese values and beliefs related to pain experience, barriers to high-quality pain management in Chinese patients, Chinese parents’ emotional feelings during their child’s hospitalization for surgery, pain-relief methods used by Chinese parents for their children’s postoperative pain, parents’ perception of nursing support, parents’ recommendations for health professionals in order to provide better postoperative pain care, and culturally competent care provided to children and their parents.

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