Affiliation: University of Rochester
- Watching & worrying: early pregnancy after loss experiencesDenise Côté-Arsenault
School of Nursing, University at Rochester, NY, USA
MCN Am J Matern Child Nurs 31:356-63. 2006..To describe women's early pregnancy after loss experiences (up to 25 weeks gestation), to document the timing and frequency of their common discomforts and events, and to explore changes in these over time...
- Threat appraisal, coping, and emotions across pregnancy subsequent to perinatal lossDenise Côté-Arsenault
School of Nursing, University of Rochester, New York 13104, USA
Nurs Res 56:108-16. 2007..Women have reported fluctuating emotions in response to events in their subsequent pregnancies, but these pregnancies have not been studied longitudinally...
- Restrained expectations in late pregnancy following lossDenise Côté-Arsenault
University of Rochester School of Nursing, Manlius, NY 13104, USA
J Obstet Gynecol Neonatal Nurs 36:550-7. 2007..To describe women's late pregnancy after loss experiences (from 25 weeks gestation to birth), document the timing and frequency of their common discomforts and events, and explore changes in these experiences over time...
- "My baby is a person": parents' experiences with life-threatening fetal diagnosisDenise Côté-Arsenault
University of Rochester Medical Center, Rochester, New York, USA
J Palliat Med 14:1302-8. 2011..Recommendations are made for palliative care's role in respecting and validating the experience of parents living through a doomed pregnancy...
- Support groups helping women through pregnancies after lossDenise Côté-Arsenault
College of Human Services and Health Professions, School of Nursing, Syracuse University, USA
West J Nurs Res 26:650-70. 2004..Key outcomes included "making it through" their pregnancies, finding ways to reconcile the cultural paradoxes, and relating better with their current, live babies...
- Maintaining your focus in focus groups: avoiding common mistakesDenise Côté-Arsenault
School of Nursing, University at Buffalo, State University of New York, Buffalo, NY, USA
Res Nurs Health 28:172-9. 2005..Focus groups can be powerful and effective when their use is appropriate to the study purpose, the environment is non-judgmental and welcoming, and the personnel are skilled...
- Planning for a new baby: a creative approach to learningDenise Côté-Arsenault
College of Human Services and Health Professions, School of Nursing, Syracuse University, 426 Ostrom Avenue, Syracuse, NY 13244, USA
Nurse Educ 29:6-9. 2004
- The influence of perinatal loss on anxiety in multigravidasDenise Côté-Arsenault
School of Nursing, College of Human Services and Health Professions, Syracuse University, NY 13244, USA
J Obstet Gynecol Neonatal Nurs 32:623-9. 2003..To compare multigravid women with and without a history of perinatal loss on state anxiety, pregnancy anxiety, and optimism...
- Moving the New York State Research Agenda forward: the stakeholder is you!Denise Côté-Arsenault
University at Buffalo SUNY School of Nursing, NY, USA
J N Y State Nurses Assoc 36:4-9. 2005..Key to the success of these initiatives is the involvement of nurses at all levels of practice and in all healthcare arenas. All nurses are stakeholders because this is our science and our profession...
- Previous prenatal loss as a predictor of perinatal depression and anxietyEmma Robertson Blackmore
Department of Psychiatry, University of Rochester Medical Center, New York, NY 14642 8409, USA
Br J Psychiatry 198:373-8. 2011..Prenatal loss, the death of a fetus/child through miscarriage or stillbirth, is associated with significant depression and anxiety, particularly in a subsequent pregnancy...
- Understanding sexual abstinence in urban adolescent girlsDianne Morrison-Beedy
School of Nursing, University of Rochester, NY 14642, USA
J Obstet Gynecol Neonatal Nurs 37:185-95. 2008..To gain insight into the context of sexual abstinence and identify potential determinants of abstinence in this population...