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  • The Global ETD Search service is a free service for researchers to find electronic theses and dissertations. This service is provided by the Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations.
    Our metadata is collected from universities around the world. If you manage a university/consortium/country archive and want to be added, details can be found on the NDLTD website.

Perinatal deaths in Lusaka, Zambia : mothers’ experiences and perceptions of care

Singogo, Irene Miti January 2014 (has links)
Includes abstract. Includes bibliographical references.

Prepared childbirth couple's prenatal expectations, labor coach's supportstyle and effect on the couple's postpartal perceptions and satisfaction

Conroy, Shelley Flippen 01 January 1983 (has links)
This descriptive study explored the congruency between the Prepared Childbirth couple's planned antenatal coaching support style and the observed coaching support style and the couple's postpartal perceptions of the coaching support style. Also explored were the relationship of coach's support style and the degree of the couple's postpartal satisfaction with the childbirth experience. A rrodified version of Campbell's Antenatal Questionnaire and Postpartal Questionnaire (1980) and Standley and Anderson's Naturalistic Observation Fonn were utilized for this study and administered to 10 Prepared Childbirth couples for labor observation and detennination of coaches' support styles. The researcher was not able to observe two of the couples in the sample during labor to determine the coach's style. Data collected from these two couples could only be used to answer twu of the four hypotheses, resulting in 16 subjects in the sample for these instead of 20. Only five of 16 subjects accurately predicted the coaching style that was observed. Six of the 16 subjects' postpartal perceptions of the coaching style agreed with the observer's classification. TWelve out of 20 subjects had congruent antepartal expectations and postpartal perceptions even though the coach may have demonstrated a different support style than planned. Based on the findings of the study, the majority of the subjects were not able to predict the support style that the individual coach would derronstrate during his wife's labor. This had little effect on postpartal satisfaction. The wives of coaches who utilized the "interactive through instrumentation" support style had the lowest rating of satisfaction with the childbirth a-perience. These wives also reported more complications occurring in labor during their postpartal interview.

Irritability and Intractable Crying

Schetzina, Karen 01 January 2017 (has links)
No description available.

Perceptions of Male Nursing Students About Working in Women’s Health

Mitra, Jose Mari Lawrence 01 May 2017 (has links)
This study explores the opinions and experiences of East Tennessee State University (ETSU) male nursing students after they have completed their clinical rotations in obstetrics (OB). Participants are interviewed about their preconceptions and post-experience perspectives regarding the clinical rotation. After analyzing the interviews, the students’ perceptions appeared to be grounded in their perceived level of comfort with women’s health nursing. Themes include (1) preconceptions, (2) welcoming, (3) rejecting, and (4) culture.

Pediatric Hospital Medicine: Specialty Review and Self-Assessment

Wilt, Andrew, Wood, David L. 01 November 2016 (has links)
StatPearls Publishing Review Series strives to help you learn the pearls in pediatric hospital medicine. This text contains 1150 multiple-choice questions with explanations that are linked to additional online references.

Screening Tools in Adolescent Health Care

Wood, David L. 11 August 2018 (has links)
Learning Objectives: (1) Identify three primary care friendly screening tools useful for identifying behavioral health concerns in adolescents. (2) Describe how a "champion" (quality improvement) team can help facilitate implementation of a screener in a primary care.

Recommendations for Treatment of Child and Adolescent Overweight and Obesity

Spear, Bonnie A., Barlow, Sarah E., Ervin, Chris, Ludwig, David S., Saelens, Brian E., Schetzina, Karen E., Taveras, Elsie M. 01 December 2007 (has links)
In this article, we review evidence about the treatment of obesity that may have applications in primary care, community, and tertiary care settings. We examine current information about eating behaviors, physical activity behaviors, and sedentary behaviors that may affect weight in children and adolescents. We also review studies of multidisciplinary behavior-based obesity treatment programs and information about more aggressive forms of treatment. The writing group has drawn from the available evidence to propose a comprehensive 4-step or staged-care approach for weight management that includes the following stages: (1) Prevention Plus; (2) structured weight management; (3) comprehensive multidisciplinary intervention; and (4) tertiary care intervention. We suggest that providers encourage healthy behaviors while using techniques to motivate patients and families, and interventions should be tailored to the individual child and family. Although more intense treatment stages will generally occur outside the typical office setting, offices can implement less intense intervention strategies. We not ony address specific patient behavior goals but also encourage practices to modify office systems to streamline office-based care and to prepare to coordinate with professionals and programs outside the office for more intensive interventions.

The Pediatrician’s Role in Breastfeeding

Ware, Julie, Morad, Anna, Schetzina, Karen E. 01 November 2014 (has links)
No description available.

An Overview of Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome

Wood, David L. 21 April 2018 (has links)
No description available.

Pediatrics Medical Student: Specialty Review and Self-Assessment

Wood, David L., Wilt, Andrew, Cataletto, Mary 01 November 2016 (has links)
StatPearls Publishing Review Series strives to help you learn the pearls in pediatrics for medical students. This text contains 1200 multiple-choice questions with explanations that are linked to additional online references.

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