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The relation between family meals and health of infants and toddlers: A review.

Family meals are associated with multiple health benefits in children and adolescents including evidence that eating together as a family may play a role in reducing childhood obesity. The current review aims to investigate whether the beneficial health effects of the family meal also apply to infants and toddlers. PubMed, Web of Science, Scopus and PsycInfo were searched and 14 empirical studies were identified. The findings were discussed according to frequency of having a family meal and parental percept...

A structural equation model of the family physicians attitude towards their role in prevention: a cross-sectional study in Switzerland.

In contrast to many studies exploring barriers to preventive care in family medicine, there is less quantitative research regarding the self-perceived role of family physicians (FPs) in prevention and its predictive factors. Moreover, the existing studies considered this attitude as a homogeneous entity. The objective of this study is firstly, to characterize FPs' attitudes towards prevention taking into account nine different prevention themes, and secondly, to explore the factors that could be predictive ...

Factors associated with nurses' perceptions, self-confidence, and invitations of family presence during resuscitation in the intensive care unit: A cross-sectional survey.

Family presence during resuscitation is not widely implemented in clinical practice. Prior research about nurse factors that may influence their decision to invite family members to remain in the room during resuscitation is contradictory and inconclusive.

Making time for family meals: Parental influences, home eating environments, barriers and protective factors.

Frequent family mealtimes have been associated with numerous positive dietary, health, and behavioral outcomes for children and families. This review article summarizes some of the beneficial outcomes associated with having frequent family dinners. Current trends in family dinner frequency are discussed in the context of barriers that influence how often families eat dinner together, including time issues, work issues, and distractions in the home environment. Next, several parental influences and home envi...

Similarities and differences between families who have frequent and infrequent family meals: A qualitative investigation of low-income and minority households.

Numerous quantitative studies have examined the association between family meal frequency and child/adolescent weight and weight-related behaviors. However, limited qualitative research has been conducted to identify mealtime characteristics (e.g., child behavior during meals, rules/expectations, family dynamics) that occur during family meals that may explain why some families engage in frequent family meals and others do not. This is particularly important within racially/ethnically diverse households, as...

The buffering role of the family in the relationship between job loss and self-perceived health: Longitudinal results from Europe, 2004-2011.

Unemployment has numerous negative consequences for health, but the family and the welfare state can mitigate these consequences. How the family supports its members and whether and to what extent this interacts with the broader context is still an open question. Our evidence show that job loss is causally linked to significant declines in health for men, but not for women. Yet, the increased risk of poor health is lower for coupled men, especially if the partner is employed. This suggests that both emotion...

Psychometric evaluation of the Family Focused Mental Health Practice Questionnaire in measuring home visitors' family focused practice.

Worldwide maternal mental illness poses a major public health issue. Supporting maternal mental health and family health is a core aspect of home visiting. Increasingly the benefits of family focused treatments to maternal mental illness are being recognised. However, there are few reliable and valid measures that attempt to assess this type of practice.

Longitudinal, reciprocal relationships between family management and antisocial peer associations.

Poor family management and antisocial peer associations are related risk factors for negative outcomes such as adolescent substance misuse and conduct disorders. The relationship between family management and antisocial peer associations is complex. The purpose of this study was to test the reciprocal relationships between youth-reports of poor family management and antisocial peer associations over multiple time-points.

Delirium Burden in Patients and Family Caregivers: Development and Testing of New Instruments.

Delirium creates distinct emotional distress in patients and family caregivers, yet there are limited tools to assess the experience. Our objective was to develop separate patient and family caregiver delirium burden instruments and to test their content and construct validity.

ONETOOL for the analysis of family-based big data.

Despite the need for separate tools to analyze family-based data, there are only a handful of tools optimized for family-based big data compared to the number of tools available for analyzing population-based data.

Child symptoms, parent behaviors, and family strain in long-term survivors of childhood acute lymphoblastic leukemia.

How family environment and parental factors affect health status and symptoms in childhood cancer survivors is understudied. We examined the influence of family cohesion, parent distress, and overprotection on child symptom burden and health-related quality of life (HRQOL) and family strain in survivors of childhood acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL).

A mitochondrial phylogeny of the family Onychoteuthidae Gray, 1847 (Cephalopoda: Oegopsida).

The oegopsid squid family Onychoteuthidae was recently revised based on morphology, but sufficient material for a complementary molecular analysis has not been available until now. In the present study, over 250 sequences of cytochrome c oxidase subunit I (COI) and 16S rRNA for 222 individuals were analysed to create a combined phylogeny for the family. Results support monophyly for the family and all seven onychoteuthid genera (including Moroteuthopsis, established herein as the senior genus name for speci...

Dowbiggin, I. (2014). The search for domestic bliss: Marriage and family counseling in 20th-Century America. Lawrence, KS: University Press of Kansas, 262 pp., $34.95.

Decisional conflict in end-of-life cancer treatment among family surrogates: A cross-sectional survey.

The aims of this study were to examine the extent of decisional conflict in end-of-life cancer treatments and to investigate the influences and predictors of decisional conflict among family surrogates. A cross-sectional, descriptive, correlational design was applied. Data were collected from a convenience sample of 102 family members who had participated in end-of-life cancer decision-making. We enrolled participants from inpatient oncology units at a university hospital in South Korea from May 2014 to Jan...

Longitudinal associations between family members' internalizing symptoms across middle childhood.

An individual's internalizing symptoms have been shown to relate to greater symptoms in family members. However, an examination of how family members' symptoms are associated with one another is needed with a model including mothers, fathers, and children. Using 633 families from the National Institutes of Child Health and Human Development Study of Early Child Care and Youth Development, the current study examines relations between different family members' internalizing symptoms over time. In the archival...

Knowledge and Attitude of Family Member of Mentally Ill Patient Regarding Restraint, 2016.

People who have observed or are aware that a consumer has been restrained may experience distress, confusion, concern, anger or fear and perceive as punishment. However, studies that examine the perspective of patient's family are limited. This study has explored the knowledge and attitude of family member of mentally ill patient.

Correction to: Secondary antibody deficiency: a complication of anti-CD20 therapy for neuroinflammation.

In the original article, the co-author's family name has been published incorrectly. The correct family name should be Constantinescu.

Effects on Physico-chemical Parameters of Glycoside Hydrolase Family 6 Genes During Composting of Agricultural Waste.

Polymerase chain reaction denaturing gradient gel electrophoresis (PCR-DGGE) was used to study the changes of glycoside hydrolase family 6 (GH6 family) genes during the composting of agricultural waste. In addition, a redundancy analysis (RDA) and Monte Carlo permutation test were applied to determine the relationship between the changes to the GH6 family genes and physico-chemical parameters. According to the relative magnitudes of the influence caused by these different parameters on the changes to GH6 fa...

Measuring the involvement in family life of children with autism spectrum disorder: A DBPNet study.

Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) have social and communication deficits that impair their involvement in family life. No measures of child involvement in the family have been validated for the ASD population.

Overview and Assessment of a Full-time Family Medicine Faculty Development Fellowship.

Familial Cancer Clustering in Patients with Prolactinoma.

People are at higher risk for malignancy as they get older or have a strong family history of cancer. This study aims to collect family history of cancer in a large cohort of patients with pituitary adenomas (PA) in outpatient clinic from years 2005-2017. Overall, 46.6% of 1062 patients with PA had a family member affected with cancer. Breast cancer in family members was reported in 15.3% of patients with prolactinomas which was significantly higher than in families of patients with non-functioning pituitar...

Discourse of needs versus discourse of rights: family caregivers responding to the sexuality of young South African adults with intellectual disability.

Although most people with intellectual disability remain under the lifelong care and support of their families, there is a hiatus in research that explores the sexuality of people with intellectual disability within the family setting. Little is known about how the responses of family caregivers align with a human rights approach to the sexuality of people with intellectual disability, particularly in the South African context. This study used a constructivist grounded theory approach to explore how 25 Sout...

Factors Influencing Family Physician Scope of Practice: A Grounded Theory Study.

Despite the efforts of many organizations to increase the volume of rural health care providers, rural communities continue to experience a shortage of physicians. To address this shortage, more information is needed as to how specific factors contribute to family physicians' choice to purse rural full-spectrum practice.

Validity and reliability of the Danish version of the Ice Expressive Family Functioning and Ice Family Perceived Support questionnaires.

International research has only rarely examined the functioning of families experiencing chronic illness and the perception of nurses towards involving families in patient care. This has also been the case in Denmark. To undertake this kind of research, carefully translated questionnaires are needed. The purpose of this study was therefore to translate the Ice Expressive Family Functioning (ICE-EFFQ) and the Ice Family Perceived Support (ICE-FPSQ) into Danish, and to test the validity and reliability of the...

Family Photography and Persecuted Communities: Methodological Challenges.

This paper examines methodological challenges involved in conducting research on family photographs from persecuted communities, using Japanese Canadian photos as a case study. Approaching family photography as a social practice that instills dominant familial ideologies, the paper examines their "performative scripts" that arrange family members according to normative identities and roles. The paper argues that researchers are not immune to scripts that shape how and what we have been socialized to see (an...

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