Child health nurse perceptions of using confident body, confident child in community health: a qualitative descriptive study
Lyza N Norton, Laura M Hart, Francoise E Butel, Shelley Roberts
BMC Nursing | BMC | Published : 2020
BACKGROUND: Confident Body, Confident Child (CBCC) is an innovative, evidence-based program providing parenting strategies to promote healthy eating, physical activity and body satisfaction in children aged 2-6 years. This study aimed to explore Child Health Nurse (CHN) experiences with using CBCC in their community health clinics with parents of young children. This work is part of a larger study involving tailoring, implementing and evaluating CBCC in a community child health setting. METHODS: This qualitative descriptive study was conducted within community child health centres at a public health service in Queensland, Australia. Participants included CHNs who had recently attended a tail..View full abstract
Gold Coast Hospital and Health Service's Allied Health Services funded LN's wage as a health service employee leading this study.