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Quality of life, salivary cortisol and atopic diseases in young children.

Children with atopic disease may have reduced health-related quality of life (QoL) and morning cortisol. Possible links between QoL, morning cortisol and atopic disease are unclear. We aimed to determine if QoL was associated with morning salivary cortisol at two years of age, and if asthma, atopic dermatitis and/or allergic sensitisation influenced this association. Secondarily, we aimed to determine if QoL at one year of age was associated with salivary cortisol one year later.

Postpartum depression screening in the first year: A cross-sectional provider analysis in Oregon.

Postpartum depression (PPD) has significant sequelae for mother and child. To aid diagnosis, PPD screening should continue throughout the postpartum year. In primary care, there may be a lack of consistency in how screening is applied. In Oregon, with a reported PPD rate of 18.2%, it is important to determine whether screening is reaching all women. The purpose of this study was to explore primary care provider screening practices in the postpartum year and determine if there are barriers to meeting PPD gui...

Comparison of a Nurse-Nurse Handoff Mnemonic With Real-World Handoffs.

Communication failures, including clinical handoff or clinical handover errors, contribute to 80% of all serious preventable adverse events each year. The N-PAS, N = Nurse, P = Patient Summary, A = Action Plan, and S = Synthesis, is a flexible standardized clinical handoff tool for nurses.

Development, validation, and application of ligamentous cervical spinal segment C6-C7 of a six-year-old child and an adult.

The cervical spine is one of the primary regions that is easily injured in traffic accidents. Although adult cervical spine finite element models have been widely adopted to investigate the cervical injury, few efforts have been made with respect to the development and application of FE models of the pediatric cervical spine, especially that of a six-year-old child. The objective of this study is to develop and validate high quality cervical spinal segment C6-C7 FE models of a six-year-old child and an adul...

Risk Factors for Overweight and Obesity in Children Attending the First Year of Primary Schools in Modena, Italy.

Over the last four decades, childhood overweight/obesity has dramatically increased, becoming a significant public health concern. The main aims of this study were to investigate the prevalence of overweight/obesity among first-year primary schools children in Modena and to identify the associated risk factors. Data were collected on the socio-demographic characteristics of family and weight, height, dietary habits and sedentary behaviours of the children, and on the parents' perception of their child's wei...

Implementation of the Fetal Monitor Safety Nurse Role: Lessons Learned.

The fetal monitor safety nurse role was created as a supplemental support for nurses assessing fetal heart rate tracings in response to an adverse event. An experienced labor and delivery nurse without a patient care assignment was designated to continuously assess all active fetal monitoring tracings, via an electronic display away from the main nurses' station, as an adjunct to the care and assessment of the nurse with primary responsibility for the patient.

Nurse-Reported Bullying and Documented Adverse Patient Events: An Exploratory Study in a US Hospital.

Negative nurse work environments have been associated with nurse bullying and poor nurse health. However, few studies have examined the influence of nurse bullying on actual patient outcomes.

Food insecurity is associated with maternal depression and child pervasive developmental symptoms in low-income Latino households.

The objective of this study was to investigate associations between household food insecurity, maternal clinical depression, and child behavior problems in low-income Latino households. Data were collected from a cohort of 168 children and their Latina mothers recruited prenatally at two San Francisco hospitals from 2006 to 2007. Food insecurity at year four was associated with increased odds of maternal clinical depression at years four to five (adjusted OR 1.22, 95% confidence interval 1.03 to 1.43). Food...

Child psychiatry - The twists and turns!

BJN Awards 2019: Nurse of the Year-runner up.

, Cystic Fibrosis Nurse Specialist, NHS Grampian, discusses her role caring for people with cystic fibrosis and why she feels lucky to have worked in this field for over two decades.

Paying it forward: The development and underlying mechanisms of upstream reciprocity.

Two studies investigated the development and motivations underlying children's upstream reciprocity. In Study 1, 3- and 4-year-olds (n = 40 per age group) received or did not receive help while playing a game. Subsequently, children could share stickers with a new child. The 4-year-olds, but not the 3-year-olds, showed evidence of upstream reciprocity: Those who had received help were more generous toward the new child. Study 2 (N = 46) replicated the results with 4-year-olds and found evidence for a gr...

Factors governing the performance of Auxiliary Nurse Midwives in India: A study in Pune district.

The Auxiliary nurse midwife (ANM) cadre was created to focus on maternal and child health. ANMs are respected members of their communities and established providers of maternal and child health care within the community and at the facility level. Over time, additional roles and responsibilities have been added. Despite the importance of ANMs in the primary healthcare system in India, studies that consider factors governing the performance of ANMs in their workplaces are limited. We aimed to study factors go...

Person-centred end-of-life curriculum design in adult pre-registration undergraduate nurse education: A three-year longitudinal evaluation study.

The need to provide quality end-of-life care is universally accepted. International research and policies encourage innovative ways that effective culturally appropriate care can be provided. Higher education institutions and practice settings are tasked with ensuring that nurse graduates have the knowledge, skills and insight to deliver person-centred end-of-life care.

Nurses need to step up to improve child and adolescent mental health globally.

Nurse practitioners leading the way: An exploratory qualitative study on the added value of nurse practitioners in outpatient care in the Netherlands.

Many Dutch nurse practitioners (NPs) work together with physicians and specialized nurses (SNs) in outpatient clinics, although the latter have questioned the added value of NPs in the outpatient clinic. Clarification of the distinction between and the added value of both nursing professions in relation to each other could lead to optimal use of the unique competencies of each type of nurse.

Parent Socialization of Coping and Child Emotion Regulation Abilities: A Longitudinal Examination.

This study examined the hypothesis that parent socialization of coping (SOC) would have a longitudinal relation with child emotion regulation abilities. Participants included a sample of 256 parents of 5- to 12-year-old children (child M age = 8.36, SD = 2.03, 54.7% male; parent M age = 34.49, SD = 6.20, 59% female). Data on demographic information, parenting behaviors, and child emotion regulation abilities were collected via online questionnaires at baseline and 12 months. Results from longitudin...

Nursing science and health policy - opportunities in the year of the nurse and the midwife.

The 2020 International Year of the Nurse and the Midwife is an important opportunity to marry nursing science and health policy globally. Nurses and midwives are demonstrating strong intent towards evidence-based practice but often feel they lack the skills to implement it. Examples are provided of ways in which general and advanced practice nurses have succeeded in bringing evidence into practice and then into local and global policy.

The year of the nurse.

Ring in the "Year of the Nurse and Midwife".

Exploration of Factors Influencing Nurse Competence Through Nursing Profile Analysis.

Nurse competence is a combination of knowledge, performance, skills, and attitudes that are required in fulfilling one's role as a nurse. So far, few comprehensive studies have explored the influencing factors of nurse competence.

Examining the effects of an eHealth intervention from infant age 6 to 12 months on child eating behaviors and maternal feeding practices one year after cessation: The Norwegian randomized controlled trial Early Food for Future Health.

The Norwegian randomized controlled trial Early Food for Future Health provided parental anticipatory guidance on early protective feeding practices from child age 6 to 12 months through an eHealth intervention. Previously published outcomes at child age 12 months indicated that the eHealth intervention increased daily vegetable/fruit intake and promoted more beneficial mealtime routines. The objective of the current paper is to evaluate the effects of the intervention at child age 24 months, one year after...

Variations in Morning Serum Cortisol Levels Based on Sex and Pubertal Status.

Patients with suspected adrenal insufficiency undergo screening with a serum morning cortisol level and confirmatory testing with an adrenocorticotropic hormone (ACTH) stimulation test. However, much of the data collected to determine appropriate values for morning cortisol levels are derived from adult populations and may not accurately represent pediatric physiology. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the mean morning cortisol level in the pediatric population based on pubertal status and sex in or...

Functional Impairment in Youth With ADHD: Normative Data and Norm-Referenced Cutoff Points for the Before School Functioning Questionnaire and the Parent Rating of Evening and Morning Behavior Scale, Revised.

Children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) frequently manifest behavioral difficulties in the morning prior to school and in the afternoons and evenings. We sought to establish norms for 2 time-specific measures of functioning: the Before School Functioning Questionnaire (BSFQ) and the Parent Rating of Evening and Morning Behavior Scale, Revised (PREMB-R), which includes Morning (AM) and Evening (PM) subscales.

Maternal, Cord, and Three-Year-Old Child Serum Thyroid Hormone Concentrations in the Health Outcomes and Measures of the Environment (HOME) Study.

Maternal thyroid function during pregnancy may influence offspring thyroid function, though relations between maternal and child thyroid function are incompletely understood. We sought to characterize relations between maternal, cord, and child thyroid hormone concentrations in a population of mother-child pairs with largely normal thyroid function.

Reflections on the International Year of the Nurse.

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