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  • Bokström, Pär, 1980-, et al. (författare)
  • Föräldrastöd i förskolan
  • 2013
  • Ingår i: Föräldrar, förskola och skola : om mångfald, makt och möjligheter. - Lund : Studentlitteratur. - 978-91-44-07952-3 ; s. 193-207
  • Bokkapitel (populärvet., debatt m.m.)abstract
    • Trots att utvecklingen mot en socialt ansvarstagande skola har pågått under lång tid, så är föräldrastödsprogram som levereras i förskolans regi någonting nytt i Sverige. Närheten till både barn och föräldrar har visat sig vara en utmärkt utgångspunkt för den här typen av verksamhet. Föräldrarna litar på pedagogernas kompetens och känner en trygghet i att de känner deras barn väl. Men det medför också utökade arbetsuppgifter och fördjupade ansvarsområden för pedagogerna, då föräldrastöd går utanför den traditionella verksamheten. Det medför i sin tur att pedagogerna i viss mån får en ny roll i sitt arbete med barnen, och även gentemot föräldrarna. Forskning på området är ytterst sparsam, både i Sverige och internationellt. Anledningen till det är att föräldrastöd på förskola är ovanligt, med hittills endast ett genomfört projekt i Sverige.
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  • Bokström, Pär, et al. (författare)
  • 'I felt a little bubbly in my tummy' : Eliciting pre-schoolers' accounts of their health visit using a computer-assisted interview method.
  • 2016
  • Ingår i: Child Care Health and Development. - 0305-1862 .- 1365-2214. ; 42:1, s. 87-97
  • Tidskriftsartikel (refereegranskat)abstract
    • BACKGROUND: In the health care services, children's rights to participate in all matters that concern them are considered important. However, in practice this can be challenging with young children. In My Shoes (IMS) is a computer-assisted interview tool developed to help children talk about their experiences. The aim of the study was to evaluate the IMS' ability to elicit pre-schoolers' subjective experiences and accurate accounts of a routine health visit as well as the children's engagement in the interview process.METHODS: Interviews were conducted with 23 children aged 4-5 years, 2-4 weeks after their health visit. The interviews were transcribed verbatim and analysed using a method inspired by Content Analysis to evaluate IMS's ability to elicit accounts about subjective experiences. Accurate accounts were assessed by comparing the transcribed interviews with the filmed visits at the child health centre. The children's engagement was defined by the completion and length of the interviews, and the children's interaction with the software.RESULTS: All children gave accounts about their subjective experiences, such as their emotional state during the visit, available toys or rewards they received. All children related to the correct event, they all named at least one person who was present and 87% correctly named at least one examination procedure. The majority of children (91%) completed the interview, which lasted 17-39 min (M = 24), and 96% interacted with the IMS software.CONCLUSIONS: IMS was feasible to help children describe their health care experiences, in both detail and depth. The children interacted with the software and maintained their interest for an extended period of time.
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  • Stenhammar, Christina, 1969-, et al. (författare)
  • Using different approaches to conducting postal questionnaires affected response rates and cost-efficiency
  • 2011
  • Ingår i: Journal of Clinical Epidemiology. - 0895-4356 .- 1878-5921. ; 64:10, s. 1137-1143
  • Tidskriftsartikel (refereegranskat)abstract
    • Objective: To compare three different approaches for consent in postal questionnaire in terms of response rate, time consumption, and  cost-efficiency, and to collect a demographic questionnaire for dropout analyses.Study Design and Setting: Population survey in Sweden. Mothers and fathers (n=600) of three hundred 3-year olds were divided into three groups. One group was asked to Actively Agree to participate in a cover letter and send consent back to receive the main questionnaire. The second group received the cover letter, the consent, and the main questionnaire in the initial mailings, Direct Delivery. The third group received the cover letter and consent form in which they were asked to Actively Decline  participation within 7 days if they did not want to participate. Otherwise, they were sent the main questionnaire. All parents were asked to fill in a demographic questionnaire regardless of whether they wanted to complete the main questionnaire.Results: The highest response rate was in the Actively Decline mode. The cost-efficiency for this approach was 1.52 compared with Direct Delivery and 1.29 compared with Actively Agree.Conclusion: Researchers can improve the response rate, time consumption, and cost-efficiency and obtain a demographic questionnaire for dropout analysis by using the Actively Decline approach for postal questionnaires. 
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