AIM: to assess, by a questionnaire, the level of children’s satisfaction relating to three informative cards, including an original nursery rhyme, administered to the patient before a medical procedure. MATERIALS AND METHODS: We created three types of specific informative cards, relating to three medical topics, with the double role function: informing the child before the medical procedure and distracti ng him/her through an original nursery rhyme read aloud by the authors . To assess the level of children's satisfaction relating to the cards, we administered to the patients a satisfaction questionnaire. RESULTS: According to children's satisfaction, the cards resulted funny and useful. CONCLUSION: The cards can be considered a feasible and applicable original funny technique of information and distraction for surgical children.

Informative nursery rhymes: a pilot study of children’s satisfaction

DI GRAZIA, MASSIMO;RIGAMONTI, WAIFRO;
2015

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AIM: to assess, by a questionnaire, the level of children’s satisfaction relating to three informative cards, including an original nursery rhyme, administered to the patient before a medical procedure. MATERIALS AND METHODS: We created three types of specific informative cards, relating to three medical topics, with the double role function: informing the child before the medical procedure and distracti ng him/her through an original nursery rhyme read aloud by the authors . To assess the level of children's satisfaction relating to the cards, we administered to the patients a satisfaction questionnaire. RESULTS: According to children's satisfaction, the cards resulted funny and useful. CONCLUSION: The cards can be considered a feasible and applicable original funny technique of information and distraction for surgical children.
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