Identifying core components in care of foreign-born persons with psychosis and their families: Using the Delphi technique
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The purpose of this study was to let persons involved in psychosis care (foreign-born persons, families and health care staff) identify the core components in care of foreign-born persons with psychosis and their families in Sweden. The results from three previous qualitative studies consisting of perceptions of psychosis care were reformulated and structured into statements in a questionnaire which was delivered to 43 persons involved in psychosis care. The statements were scored in terms of perceived importance in two rounds using the Delphi technique. The results revealed agreement about the importance of general psychiatric care. Individual perceptions on which importance there was no agreement, suggested that staff must seek to understand a person’s individual perceptions to gain insight about ways to build an effective care alliance with foreign born persons with psychosis and their families.
Delphi technique, foreign-born persons, psychosis care, nursing
Medical and Health Sciences
IdentifiersURN: urn:nbn:se:liu:diva-18085OAI: oai:DiVA.org:liu-18085DiVA: diva2:214414