Samverkan mellan BHV-sjuksköterskor och familjevägledare genom familjeanpassade hembesök

Detta är en Magister-uppsats från Mälardalens högskola/Akademin för hälsa, vård och välfärd

Sammanfattning: Background: Parents turn to child health nurses for advice and support. The organization therefore needs to be available. The role of the child health care nurses is to promote the health of children and families, which includes supporting families based on general and individual needs. There are risk factors for children's health, including mental illness, violence and migration. It is important that authorities in society collaborate to actively reduce these risk factors. Social services should work to give children and young people a safe upbringing. The family counselor is part of the social service. The family counselor acts at the family center, as well as the child health care nurses, and here they can interact with children and families based on their respective assignments.  Aim: The purpose of this study was to describe the child health care nurses and family counselor's experiences of collaboration in home visits to families with a child eight months of age.  Method: A descriptive design, an inductive approach with qualitative interviews analyzed with qualitative content analysis was used. Results: The experience of the child health care nurse and family counselor is that organizational prerequisites allow collaboration and family adapted home visits can give children and families a better back-up. When organizational prerequisites exist, and home visits can be based on the individual family needs, child health care nurses and family counselors experience that collaborating at home visits can be supportive for children and families in the moment and over time and provide better support for children and families

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