TABLE 3

Adjusted Regression Coefficients (β) and 95% CIs for Association of FCR Checklist Element Performance With Family Engagement in Communication Tasks (n = 668 rounds)

FCR Checklist Elementβ (95% CI)
Relationship BuildingInformation GivingInformation GatheringDecision-making
Nurse present−1.30 (−6.98 to 4.39)0.06 (−6.34 to 6.46)−0.77 (−1.60 to 0.06)0.24 (−0.49 to 0.97)
Introductions made2.52 (−1.92 to 6.96)−2.11 (−7.14 to 2.93)−0.01 (−0.66 to 0.63)0.27 (−0.30 to 0.84)
Assessment provided−4.22 (−8.33 to −0.11)a−4.44 (−8.88 to 0.00)−0.86 (−1.45 to −0.26)a−0.57 (−1.10 to −0.04)a
Plan summarized4.36 (−6.45 to 15.18)−11.09 (−23.52 to 1.34)0.95 (−0.63 to 2.54)0.38 (−1.03 to 1.78)
Family was asked for questions−4.22 (−8.64 to 0.20)−12.15 (−17.06 to −7.24)a−0.22 (−0.87 to 0.42)0.01 (−0.56 to 0.58)
Health care team was asked for questions−0.38 (−4.55 to 3.79)−1.41 (−5.99 to 3.17)0.23 (−0.38 to 0.84)0.08 (−0.46 to 0.62)
Discharge goals discussed5.30 (0.63 to 9.96)a−3.58 (−8.91 to 1.75)0.54 (−0.15 to 1.22)0.13 (−0.48 to 0.74)
Orders were read back4.08 (−0.76 to 8.93)8.20 (2.97 to 13.43)a0.86 (0.16 to 1.56)a0.66 (0.04 to 1.29)a
  • a Indicates P < .05. β describes the change in the number of utterances or decision-making events associated with a 1% increase in the percentage of FCR in which the checklist element was performed. Random effects models included all participants across intervention arms both pre- and postintervention, accounted for repeated measures across the stay for a given patient, and were adjusted for child age, health status, length of stay, and parent education.