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Understanding The Nicu

Author : Gary Weiner
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Understanding Nursing Research First South Asia Edition E Book

Author : Susan K Grove
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Parents Raising Children Premature Babies S Hrg 108 788 May 13 2004 108 2 Hearing *

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Understanding Child Development

Author : Rosalind Charlesworth
ISBN : 0766803384
Genre : Child development
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Designed for students in early childhood education teacher preparation programs, Understanding Child Development gives a practical understanding of the young child from the prenatal period through age eight. It introduces the unique qualities of the young child as distinguished from older children and demonstrates how to work with young children in ways that correspond with their developmental level and social and cultural environment. Related to the child's development are current issues such as developmentally appropriate practice, development of early stages of reading, the role of technology in children's lives, the importance of brain development, and the factors relevant to children with special needs. These topics connect the text's content directly to problems adults will face when working with young children. Each section of the book contains critical social and cultural factors related to young children's development, with much new information added in these areas, including socio-cultural aspects of family, school, and community, and material on learning theories and diverse cultures. Up-to-date critical developmental research and theory support the text. It includes helpful review questions, further reading, examples, observation checklists, and references to aid in the student's learning.

A Short And Plain Instruction For The Better Understanding Of The Lord S Supper To Which Is Annexed The Office Of The Holy Communion In English And Manks Etc

Author : Thomas Wilson
ISBN : BL:A0020067737
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Religion And Ethics In The Neonatal Intensive Care Unit

Author : Ronald M. Green
ISBN : 9780190636852
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Each year, neonatal Intensive care units (NICUs) in the U.S. and around the world help thousands of sick or premature newborns survive. NICUs are committed to the ideals of family-centered care, which encourages shared decision-making between parents and NICU caregivers. In cases of infants with conditions marked by high mortality, morbidity, or great suffering, family-centered care affirms the right of parents to assist in making decisions regarding aggressive treatment for their infant. Often, these parents' difficult and intimate decisions are shaped profoundly by their religious beliefs. In light of this, what precisely are the teachings of the major world religious traditions about the status and care of the premature or sick newborn? Few studies have grappled with what major religious traditions teach about the care of the newborn or how these teachings may bear on parents' decisions. This volume seeks to fill this gap, providing information on religious teachings about the newborn to the multidisciplinary teams of NICU professionals (neonatologists, advance practice nurses, social workers), as well as to parents of NICU patients, and students of bioethics. In chapters dealing with Judaism, Catholicism, Denominational Protestantism, Evangelical Protestantism, African American Protestantism, Sunni and Shi'a Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism, Navajo religion, and Seventh Day Adventism, leading scholars develop the teachings of these traditions on the status, treatment, and ritual accompaniments of care of the premature or sick newborn. This is an essential book that will serve as a first resort for clinicians who need to understand the religious dynamics influencing anyone making a difficult decision about her sick newborn.

Khirad Afroz The Illuminator Of The Understanding By Haf?z U Dd?n

Author : Hafíz u'ddín
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Understanding The Information Seeking Processes Of Parents Of Premature Infants

Author : Barbara Marie Hause Anderson
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Social Work Practice In Maternal And Child Health

Author : Terri Combs-Orme
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Understanding Newborn Behavior Early Relationships

Author : J. Kevin Nugent
ISBN : PSU:000063161786
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Flexible, easy to integrate into everyday practice, and based on more than 25 years of research and clinical experience, this observational tool and handbook gives clinicians a systematic way to help parents respond with confidence to their newborn's

Reproductive Injustice

Author : Dana-Ain Davis
ISBN : 9781479853571
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A troubling study of the role that medical racism plays in the lives of black women who have given birth to premature and low birth weight infants Black women have higher rates of premature birth than other women in America. This cannot be simply explained by economic factors, with poorer women lacking resources or access to care. Even professional, middle-class black women are at a much higher risk of premature birth than low-income white women in the United States. Dána-Ain Davis looks into this phenomenon, placing racial differences in birth outcomes into a historical context, revealing that ideas about reproduction and race today have been influenced by the legacy of ideas which developed during the era of slavery. While poor and low-income black women are often the “mascots” of premature birth outcomes, this book focuses on professional black women, who are just as likely to give birth prematurely. Drawing on an impressive array of interviews with nearly fifty mothers, fathers, neonatologists, nurses, midwives, and reproductive justice advocates, Dána-Ain Davis argues that events leading up to an infant’s arrival in a neonatal intensive care unit (NICU), and the parents’ experiences while they are in the NICU, reveal subtle but pernicious forms of racism that confound the perceived class dynamics that are frequently understood to be a central factor of premature birth. The book argues not only that medical racism persists and must be considered when examining adverse outcomes—as well as upsetting experiences for parents—but also that NICUs and life-saving technologies should not be the only strategies for improving the outcomes for black pregnant women and their babies. Davis makes the case for other avenues, such as community-based birthing projects, doulas, and midwives, that support women during pregnancy and labor are just as important and effective in avoiding premature births and mortality.

The Characteristics Of Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Volunteer Support Parents Their Level Of Program Involvement And Their Perceived Effects Of Program Participation

Author : Lee Anne Roman
ISBN : MSU:31293008497350
Genre : Neonatal intensive care
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Reading Understanding And Applying Nursing Research

Author : James A. Fain
ISBN : UOM:39015045974899
Genre : Nursing
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This new combination text and workbook offers a comprehensive approach to evaluating and applying nursing research. It introduces the student to the process and explains why nursing research is important to the profession. The text covers the 11 steps of the research process to show what is being done and why it is important in the process. It will enable the student to critically review published research and apply useful research findings to his/her practice.

Understanding Medical Research

Author : Jane L. Garb
ISBN : UOM:39015039899987
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Understanding Mental Retardation

Author : National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (U.S.)
ISBN : UOM:39015012583137
Genre : Medical
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How Mothers Understand Their Infants

Author : Rana Kristina Limbo
ISBN : WISC:89070541008
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Handbook Of Neonatal Intensive Care

Author : Gerald B. Merenstein
ISBN : UOM:39015064792289
Genre : Medical
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A mainstay reference for neonatal nurses, this updated edition focuses on the collaborative nature of neonatal intensive care and examines evidence-based clinical decision-making to demonstrate every aspect of the intensive care of the neonate, with a strong emphasis on clinical practice.

Nursing Care Of Children

Author : Jean Weiler Ashwill
ISBN : UOM:39015047061448
Genre : Pediatric nursing
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This paediatric nursing text discusses the disorders most commonly encountered in both hospital and community care settings. It discusses anatomy, physiology, paediatric differences and common diagnostic tests and medications, enabling readers to associate systems and diseases with appropriate tests and medications. It provides nursing care plans for key disorders, a unit on growth and development, a summary of growth and development, and special considerations for caring for children.

The American Journal Of Occupational Therapy

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ISBN : UCLA:L0072339567
Genre : Occupational therapy
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Infant Development And Mental Health In Early Intervention

Author : James A. Blackman
ISBN : UVA:X004019956
Genre : Business & Economics
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This series of books, collections of articles reprinted from our successful journal Infants & Young Children, is a comprehensive source of information about special care practices for infants and toddlers with or at risk for developmental disabilities. The articles have been categorized by topic for the convenience of readers. The books target professionals working in public and private early intervention programs.

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