Affiliation: University of Pittsburgh
- School-based intervention to promote coping in rural teensJ M Lamb
University of Pittsburgh School of Nursing, Pennsylvania 15261, USA
MCN Am J Matern Child Nurs 23:187-94. 1998..To evaluate a program designed to help high school students with depressive symptomology to effectively cope...
- Adolescent research recruitment issues and strategies: application in a rural school settingJ Lamb
University of Pittsburgh, School of Nursing, 440 Victoria Building, 3500 Victoria Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15261, USA
J Pediatr Nurs 16:43-52. 2001..Specific strategies are discussed regarding access and culture of the rural setting, collaboration, and recruitment procedures in relation to their use to recruit adolescent subjects from rural schools...
- Optimism and its relationship to depression, coping, anger, and life events in rural adolescentsK R Puskar
School of Nursing, University of Pittsburgh, PA 15261, USA
Issues Ment Health Nurs 20:115-30. 1999..The identification of optimism may be a vulnerability factor when screening adolescent mental health and, as such, has implications for the psychiatric nurse clinician...
- High touch meets high tech. Distance mental health screening for rural youth using TeleformK R Puskar
University of Pittsburgh, School of Nursing, PA 15261, USA
Comput Nurs 14:323-9; quiz 330-2. 1996..Technology has facilitated many changes in health-care delivery and increasingly will be instrumental in creating changes. Computer technology can help nursing deliver services swiftly to larger populations...
- Health concerns and risk behaviors of rural adolescentsK R Puskar
University of Pittsburgh School of Nursing, PA 15261, USA
J Community Health Nurs 16:109-19. 1999..We present implications for the community health nurse...
- Teaching kids to cope: a preventive mental health nursing strategy for adolescentsK R Puskar
School of Nursing, University of Pittsburgh, PA, USA
J Child Adolesc Psychiatr Nurs 10:18-28. 1997..CONCLUSIONS: Following the TKC intervention, students demonstrated less depressive symptomatology and improved coping behaviors. Further research is needed to test the intervention on a larger group and to determine its effectiveness...