Parents experiences and perceptions of the acceptability of an electronic paediatric early warning system -the DETECT study- an interview study-Holly Saron.pptx (557.55 kB)Download file
Parents’ experiences and perceptions of the acceptability of an electronic paediatric early warning system (the DETECT study): an interview study
posterposted on 2022-05-05, 10:04 authored by Holly SaronHolly Saron, Bernie CarterBernie Carter
A poster presenting the findings from qualitative interviews conducted with parents of children who had experienced a critical deterioration event (n=19), and parents of children who had not (n=17) exploring the research question: 'What are the experiences and perceptions of parents about the acceptability of newly implemented electronic surveillance system and what factors influence acceptability?'
Our analysis revealed an overarching theme of trust:
1. Parents' trust in themselves
2. Parents' trust in health professionals
3. Parents' trust in technology
Parents were accepting of the DETECT surveillance system and welcomed the use of new technology to support their child’s care.
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