NMPMCNursing Mutual Participation Model of Care
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The experimental intervention (i.e., NMPMC) was comprised of a four-step process that was carried out by a clinical nurse specialist during daily parental visits, which included: (a) open ended questioning; (b) direct questioning; (c) assessment of individual perception of illness, seriousness, stage of recovery, and individual beliefs and attitudes toward health; and d) eliciting parents informed suggestions and preferences, negotiating any disagreements, and inviting parental participation in care.
This quasi-experimental study by Curley and Wallace (1992) was a follow-up to Curley's earlier study (1988), designed specifically to test the effects of the NMPMC on parent stress when administered by staff nurses instead of one individual clinical nurse specialist.
Also, because manipulation checks on the intervention were not collected to assure that the NMPMC was being delivered in the same manner to all experimental parents, it is difficult to know exactly what parts of the intervention that each parent received.