Family-centred service: Developing and validating a self-assessment tool for pediatric service providers
This study was designed to develop a self-assessment tool for pediatric health professionals, to measure their self-reported implementation of family-centred. The Measure of Processes of Care for Service Providers, adapted from the parent measure the Measure of Processes of Care, is the resulting outcome measure. It is a discriminative tool useful for educational, program evaluation, professional development and research initiatives.
For more information on the development and validation of the MPOC-SP, refer to:
Woodside, J., Rosenbaum, P., King, S., & King, G. (2001). Family-centred service: Developing and validating a self-assessment tool for pediatric service providers. Children's Health Care, 30 (3): 237-252.
- Shown to be a valid and reliable discriminative measure;
- Useful for purposes of professional development, educational and research initiatives in clinical settings;
- One element of a comprehensive program evaluation initiative;
- Includes service providers in the program evaluation process.
Ontario Ministry of Health (1996 - 2001)