Summary: The nursing care of children from birth to adolescence. It includes the clinical and psychological aspects of nursing care.
Publications245 found, 100 shown here
- Qualitative analysis of the care of children in hospital in four countries-Part 1L Shields
Mater Children's Hospital Brisbane, Queensland, Australia and the School of Nursing, Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia
J Pediatr Nurs 16:137-45. 2001..Communication with staff was the most commonly mentioned theme for parents, indicating that irrespective of the culture in which the care was given, good communication between parents and staff was of paramount importance...
- Experiences of students in pediatric nursing clinical coursesM H Oermann
College of Nursing, Wayne State University, Detroit, USA
J Soc Pediatr Nurs 6:65-72. 2001Learning may be inhibited if students experience undue stress in the clinical setting. This study described the stresses, challenges, and emotions experienced by pediatric nursing students.
- Qualitative analysis of the care of children in hospital in four countries-Part 2L Shields
Mater Children's Hospital, South Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
J Pediatr Nurs 16:206-13. 2001..Cultural constructions were more likely to be considered by the Australian and British staff than the Indonesian and Thai staff, and this may have been influenced by the prevailing culture of medical dominance in those countries...
- Conducting routine health surveillance checks for two year olds by group assessmentAmy Lee
Brentwood and Wickford Primary Care Trust
J Fam Health Care 13:75-9. 2003..To examine whether the routine health surveillance check for two-year-old children could be satisfactorily conducted with children and their parents in groups, rather than by the traditional one-to-one approach...
- Improving the implementation of an early literacy program by child health nurses through addressing local training and cultural needsLee anne Hewer
Western Australian Country Health Service Midwest Murchison region, Geraldton WA, Australia
Contemp Nurse 23:111-9. 2006..It is shown that the implementation of such evidence-based programs must address local community and service provider issues to reach their full potential...
- Sleep duration and overweight/obesity in children: review and implications for pediatric nursingJianghong Liu
School of Nursing, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, USA
J Spec Pediatr Nurs 17:193-204. 2012..The purpose of this study was to review evidence from the last 5 years (2006-2011) regarding a relationship between sleep duration and childhood overweight/obesity...
- Health literacy: a pediatric nursing concernCecily L Betz
USC University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities, Children s Hospital Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA, USA
Pediatr Nurs 34:231-9. 2008..An introduction to the issue of health literacy and its relevance to the care of children, youth, and families is provided. Implications for practice, policy, and research are addressed...
- The Emergency Severity Index Version 4: changes to ESI level 1 and pediatric fever criteriaNicki Gilboy
J Emerg Nurs 31:357-62. 2005
- Identifying paediatric nursing-sensitive outcomes in linked administrative health dataSally Wilson
School of Population Health, The University of Western Australia, 35 Stirling Hwy, Perth, Western, Australia
BMC Health Serv Res 12:209. 2012..The study also aimed to determine whether the use of linked hospital records improved the likelihood of correctly identifying patient outcomes as nursing sensitive rather than being related to their pre-morbid conditions...
- The power of words: examining the linguistic landscape of pediatric nursingJoan Fleitas
Fairfield University School of Nursing, CT 06430, USA
MCN Am J Matern Child Nurs 28:384-8; quiz 389-90. 2003..Practice recommendations are made for the integration of language that protects children's self-esteem...
- Quality of pediatric nursing care in Finland: children's perspectiveTiina Pelander
Departments of Nursing Science, University of Turku, Turku, Finland
J Nurs Care Qual 22:185-94. 2007This study assessed the quality of pediatric nursing care as perceived by children (N = 388) aged 7 to 11 in Finland...
- Children's home nursing: results of a national surveyCelia Cramp
Royal Shrewsbury Hospital
Paediatr Nurs 15:39-43. 2003..Further research is needed on several aspects of home care including the relative costs and benefits of different forms of service in comparison to hospital-based care...
- Children's community nursing services: models of care delivery. A review of the United Kingdom literatureN Eaton
Wales Office of Research and Development and School of Health Science, University of Wales, Swansea, Wales
J Adv Nurs 32:49-56. 2000..The benefits and limitations of the models are also considered...
- Counseling parents to quit smokingSharon L Sheahan
College of Nursing, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY, USA
Pediatr Nurs 31:98-102, 105-9. 2005..Evidenced-based smoking cessation guidelines, the cost and efficacy of prescription and over-the-counter (OTC) pharmacological aids, and essential counseling tips for parents are reviewed...
- Management of child and adolescent obesity: attitudes, barriers, skills, and training needs among health care professionalsMary T Story
Division of Epidemiology, University of Minnesota School of Medicine, Minneapolis, Minnesota 55454 1015, USA
Pediatrics 110:210-4. 2002..The primary aim of this study was to evaluate among health care professionals their attitudes, perceived barriers, perceived skill level, and training needs in the management of child and adolescent obesity...
- Building skills in pediatric nursing: using a child care center as a learning laboratoryMary Ann Goetz
Ohio University Zanesville, Zanesvile, Ohio 43701, USA
J Nurs Educ 44:277-9. 2005..Finally, students gained valuable experience using their observations to plan for the children's learning through play and interactions that matched their unique developmental needs...
- Quality in pediatric nursing care: children's expectationsTiina Pelander
Department of Nursing Science, University of Turku, Turku, Finland
Issues Compr Pediatr Nurs 27:139-51. 2004Children's perceptions of pediatric nursing care have not been systematically taken into account in the development of the quality of care. Usually, parents have evaluated children's care and its quality...
- Pediatric nursing in the context of the HIV/AIDS epidemic in resource-poor settings--balancing the "art and the science"Linda Govender
Child, Youth, Family and Social Development Unit, Human Sciences Research Council, KwaZulu Natal, South Africa
Holist Nurs Pract 20:247-54. 2006..The findings indicate changes to the nature of nursing practice, knowledge of nursing, and ethics of nursing care...
- Differences in pain assessment and decisions regarding the administration of analgesics between novices, intermediates and experts in pediatric nursingJ P Hamers
Department of Nursing Science, Universiteit Maastricht, The Netherlands
Int J Nurs Stud 34:325-34. 1997..In an experimental design, novices (n = 271), intermediates (n = 222), and experts (n = 202) in pediatric nursing, various cases were presented. Each case consisted of a combination of a vignette and a video...
- Protecting professional composure in transcultural pediatric nursingPernilla Pergert
Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden
Qual Health Res 18:647-57. 2008..Nurses need to gain preparedness to meet overwhelming emotional expressions in transcultural care and to be aware of strategies for protecting professional composure so as to use them consciously and positively...
- A study of triage of paediatric patients in AustraliaLinda Durojaiye
Paediatric Emergency Department, Sydney Children s Hospital, Randwick, New South Wales, Australia
Emerg Med (Fremantle) 14:67-76. 2002....
- Pediatric nurse staffing and quality of care in the hospital settingKaren M Stratton
University of Illinois Medical Center, College of Nursing at Chicago, Chicago, IL 60612, USA
J Nurs Care Qual 23:105-14. 2008..Key findings supported a strong inverse relationship between the proportion of hours of pediatric nursing care delivered by registered nurses and the rate of occurrence of central line (P < ...
- Child health and pediatric nursing in the Kingdom of LesothoT Moiloa
Queen Elizabeth II School of Nursing, National Health Training College, Mawseru, Lesotho
J Pediatr Nurs 10:393-7. 1995..Oral rehydration therapy has become prevalent in hospitals and full immunization is improving. The training of nurses consists of a 3-year general program and a 1-year midwifery program, and has produced 900 registered nurses...
- RN internship: outcomes of a one-year pilot programP C Beecroft
Patient Care Services, Childrens Hospital, Los Angeles, Calif, USA
J Nurs Adm 31:575-82. 2001..A return on investment of 67.3% was established...
- Reliability of a computerized version of the Pediatric Canadian Triage and Acuity ScaleJocelyn Gravel
Division of Emergency Medicine, CHU Sainte Justine, Universite de Montreal, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Acad Emerg Med 14:864-9. 2007..The use of a standardized triage tool allows better comparison of the patients; a computerized version could theoretically improve its reliability...
- Nurses' attitudes to pain management during routine venepuncture in young childrenSusan Melhuish
Paediatric Medical Unit, University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff
Paediatr Nurs 18:20-3. 2006..Nurses should ensure infants and toddlers receive appropriate pain management prior to and during venepuncture and venous cannulation...
- Parental satisfaction with a nurse-led emergency assessment unitPenelope Aitken
Paediatric Emergency Assessment Unit, Southampton General Hospital
Paediatr Nurs 17:31-5. 2005..An action plan to address these issues has been subsequently implemented and will be evaluated periodically...
- Enhancing sibling presence in pediatric ICUJanlyn R Rozdilsky
Clinical Nurse Educator, Pediatric Intensive Care Unit, Royal University Hospital, 103 Hospital Drive, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada S7N 0W8
Crit Care Nurs Clin North Am 17:451-61, xii. 2005....
- Shared records: towards collaborative working with familiesEdward Alan Glasper
Children s Nursing University of Southampton
Paediatr Nurs 18:34-7. 2006..Despite this clear consensus, opposition by some gate keepers may still slow the introduction of shared records in children's services...
- User satisfaction with a constipation service: a comparative auditSarah Hambleton
Department of Clinical Psychology, South of Tyne and Wearside Mental Health Trust
Paediatr Nurs 18:23-6. 2006..Although the existing service is effective, further development could help prevent constipation, improve early intervention and prevent the need for secondary referrals...
- Major stressors and their effects on the well-being of children with cancerC Nadeane McCaffrey
University of Western Australia, Graduate School of Education, Perth, WA, Australia
J Pediatr Nurs 21:59-66. 2006..In addition, the children cited body image issues, ongoing lack of self-esteem, and issues relating to the preparation for transition back into real world situations (e.g., school)...
- Improving students' diabetes management through school-based diabetes careBeverly Faro
University of Rochester School of Nursing, Rochester, New York 14642, USA
J Pediatr Health Care 19:301-8. 2005..The purpose of this pilot study was to conduct periodic diabetes care visits in school, with the goal of promoting optimal management of diabetes for high-risk youth...
- Parental satisfaction with paediatric intensive careCaroline Haines
Paediatric Intensive High Dependency Care, Bristol Royal Hospital for Children
Paediatr Nurs 17:37-41. 2005..Many of the strategies identified to optimise the service were not dependent upon extensive organisational change or excessive additional resources...
- Telling tales: a qualitative exploration of how children's nurses interpret work with unaccompanied hospitalized childrenJoan Livesley
Centre for Nursing, Midwifery and Collaborative Research, Faculty of Health and Social Care, University of Salford, Manchester M30 0N, UK
J Clin Nurs 14:43-50. 2005..To explore how qualified children's nurses define, interpret and give meaning to their work with unaccompanied children in hospital...
- The role of nurses in telemedicine and child abusePatricia H Foster
College of Health, School of Nursing, University of North Florida, Jacksonville, FL 32224, USA
Comput Inform Nurs 23:127-31. 2005..On the basis of interviews and observation, it was concluded that telecommunication did not interfere with the nurse-patient relationship...
- An exploration of the support available to children who may wish to visit a critically adult in ITUPauline E Vint
Intensive Crit Care Nurs 21:149-59. 2005..Clearly, restrictions were still being imposed on children visiting a loved one either by the well parent/carer or by the nursing staff, mainly for reasons unsubstantiated by research...
- Being in tune with oneself, children, and parents: meanings of being a supporter to families with children who disabilities as narrated by parent-selected professionalsBritt Marie Lindblad
Department of Health Sciences, University of Borås, Boras, Sweden
J Pediatr Nurs 20:214-23. 2005....
- Consulting on feeding and sleeping problems in child health care: what is at the bottom of advice to parents?Eva Lotta Funkquist
Department of Women s and Children s Health, Uppsala University, Uppsala, Sweden
J Child Health Care 9:137-52. 2005..An underlying theoretical view may be that parents' time can be saved if the child becomes independent of the parents at as early an age as possible...
- The experience of being ill as narrated by hospitalized children aged 7-10 years with short-term illnessMaria Forsner
Department of Clinical Sciences and Paediatrics, Faculty of Medicine, University of Umea, Sweden
J Child Health Care 9:153-65. 2005..They felt caught and tried to escape. The experience of illness as narrated by children can lead to a richer understanding and influence the way we care for paediatric patients...
- School-age children with asthma and their parents: relationships with health care providersTerry A Buford
University of Missouri Kansas City School of Nursing, Kansas City, Missouri, USA
Issues Compr Pediatr Nurs 28:153-62. 2005..Finally, nurses and other health care providers need to listen to parents and value their input about their children's conditions...
- Mothering a hospitalized child: it's the 'little things' that matterSusan E Gasquoine
School of Health and Community Studies, Unitec New Zealand and School of Health Sciences, Massey University, New Zealand
J Child Health Care 9:186-95. 2005....
- A survey of Chinese nurses' guidance to parents in children's postoperative pain reliefHong Gu He
Department of Nursing Science, University of Kuopio, Finland
J Clin Nurs 14:1075-82. 2005..The aim of the study was to describe parental guidance provided by Chinese nurses regarding non-pharmacological methods in children's surgical pain relief as well as factors related to this...
- Do trait anxiety and age predict state anxiety of school-age children?Ho Cheung William Li
The Nethersole School of Nursing, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shatin, Hong Kong, China
J Clin Nurs 14:1083-9. 2005..The aim of this study was to determine whether the trait anxiety scores and age of children could predict their state anxiety scores under stressful and relaxing situations...
- Living with disability: part 2. The child/family/nurse relationshipHelen Warner
Univ of Kent Cert, Counselling Studies
Paediatr Nurs 18:38-43; quiz 44. 2006....
- Determining the impact of a surgical liaison nurse role in the paediatric operating roomKathy MacDonald
Children s Perioperative Care Team, IWK Health Centre, Halifax, Nova Scotia
Can Oper Room Nurs J 24:7-8, 10-1, 13-4 passim. 2006..Qualitative findings implied that the surgical liaison nurse facilitated the transfer of necessary information between the perioperative care team and the family thus providing a support mechanism for families under stress...
- Parents' experiences of participation in the care of hospitalised children: a qualitative studyLai Wah Lam
The Nethersole School of Nursing, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Room 828, Esther Lee Building, Chung Chi College, Shatin, New Territories, Hong Kong
Int J Nurs Stud 43:535-45. 2006..However, no published study on parents' experiences of childcare participation during paediatric hospitalisation has been found for a Chinese population...
- Exploring the role of partnership in the home care of children with special health needs: qualitative findings from two service evaluationsJean McIntosh
Community Nursing Research, Glasgow Caledonian University, 70 Cowcaddens Road, Glasgow, Scotland G4 0BA, UK
Int J Nurs Stud 45:714-26. 2008..Community paediatric nurses require a wide range of specialist skills and the concept of partnership appears to be foundational to their care of parents and children...
- What does partnership in care mean for children's nurses?Polly Lee
St Bartholomew School of Nursing and Midwifery, City University, London, UK
J Clin Nurs 16:518-26. 2007....
- Posttraumatic stress symptoms in the pediatric intensive care unitWendy Ward-Begnoche
Section of Pediatric Psychology, Department of Pediatrics, College of Medicine, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Little Rock, AR, USA
J Spec Pediatr Nurs 12:84-92. 2007..A distinction is made between injury-related traumatic events, illness-related traumatic events, and treatment-related traumatic events, all of which contribute to this risk...
- Children's perceptions on the implementation of methods for their postoperative pain alleviation: an interview studyHong Gu He
Department of Nursing Science, University of Kuopio, Kuopio, Finland
Int J Nurs Pract 13:89-99. 2007..In conclusion, pain-relieving methods were not sufficiently used although children suffered from intense postoperative pain, which calls for health-care providers' future attention...
- Anticipatory mourning in parents with a child who dies while hospitalizedAnnie Rini
Division of Endocrinology, Nemours Children s Clinic, Jacksonville, FL 32207, USA
J Pediatr Nurs 22:272-82. 2007..Offered are recommendations for health care professionals that may assist parents in coping with the death of their child...
- The specialised play specialistMichelle Wilmot
Birmingham Child Hospital Foundation Trust
Paediatr Nurs 19:33. 2007
- Information exchange in paediatric settings: an observational studyEva K Mårtenson
Department of Medicine and Care, Division of Nursing Science, Faculty of Health Sciences, Linkopings University, Sweden
Paediatr Nurs 19:40-3. 2007..The aim of this observational study was to identify, describe and generate concepts regarding the exchange of information between children/young people and healthcare professionals in paediatric outpatient settings...
- Parents' and nurses' attitudes to family-centred care: an Irish perspectiveMary Hughes
University College Cork, Cork, Ireland
J Clin Nurs 16:2341-8. 2007..To examine the attitudes of parents and nurses to the model of care delivery on an in-patient children's unit in a regional general hospital...
- Parental holding and positioning to decrease IV distress in young children: a randomized controlled trialLaurie A Sparks
Barnes Jewish College of Nursing and Allied Health, St Louis, MO 63110, USA
J Pediatr Nurs 22:440-7. 2007..The upright position appears to be an effective way to decrease IV distress in young children...
- Practice guidelines for music interventions with hospitalized pediatric patientsJanice W Stouffer
Department of Orthopedics and Rehabilitation, Penn State Milton S Hershey Medical Center, Hershey, PA 19104, USA
J Pediatr Nurs 22:448-56. 2007..This discussion synthesizes research findings that can be used to design pediatric practice guidelines in the application of music therapy...
- Primary Child Health Care Nurses' assessment of health risks in children of foreign origin and their parents--a theoretical modelAnita Berlin
Center for Family and Community Medicine, Karolinska Institutet, Huddinge, Sweden
Scand J Caring Sci 22:118-27. 2008..As every third child in the Primary Child Heath Care (PCHC) services is of foreign origin it seem to be of utmost importance to examine in depth how these difficulties could be understood and explained...
- Introduction of a liaison nurse role in a tertiary paediatric ICUChelsea L Caffin
PICU Liaison Nurse, Royal Children s Hospital, Flemington Road, Parkville 3052, Australia
Intensive Crit Care Nurs 23:226-33. 2007..The role of the PICU liaison nurse (LN) has been developed to bridge the gap between PICU and the wards within the hospital with the aim of reducing the number of readmissions to the PICU within 48h of discharge...
- Improving care for children requiring surgery and their familiesJoanna Smith
School of Healthcare, University of Leeds
Paediatr Nurs 18:30-3. 2006..Policy principles and guidance documents can be used by nurses to influence new ways of working to ensure practices are appropriate for children undergoing surgery...
- Challenging the philosophy of partnership with parents: a grounded theory studyImelda Coyne
BSc Programme Director, Lecturer in Children s Nursing, School of Nursing, Dublin City University, Dublin
Int J Nurs Stud 44:893-904. 2007..Since the 1990's, the term 'partnership with parents' has increasingly been reported in the literature and adopted as a philosophy of care in most paediatric units in the United Kingdom...
- The psychosocial impact on parents of tube feeding their childRollins Hazel
Luton and Dunstable Hospital
Paediatr Nurs 18:19-22. 2006..The significance parents attach to oral feeding and their information and respite care needs when tube feeding must be recognised and further explored...
- Nursing the child who is alone in the hospitalKarla Zengerle-Levy
University of Texas Medical Branch, School of Nursing, Galveston, TX, USA
Pediatr Nurs 32:226-31, 237. 2006....
- Paediatric critical care nurses' attitudes and experiences of parental presence during cardiopulmonary resuscitation: a European surveyP Fulbrook
School of Nursing and Midwifery, Australian Catholic University, Brisbane Campus, PO Box 456, Virginia, Qld 4014, Australia
Int J Nurs Stud 44:1238-49. 2007..Although recent resuscitation guidelines are supportive of family presence during cardiopulmonary resuscitation literature from the last decade suggests that it is often discouraged, and the subject remains a controversial issue...
- Emotional and informational support for families during their child's illnessA Sarajärvi
Helsinki Polytechnic Stadia, Health and Social Care Services, Helsinki, Finland
Int Nurs Rev 53:205-10. 2006..To describe and compare the support provided by nursing staff to families during their child's illness from the viewpoint of families and nurses...
- 'The most disgusting ever': children's pain descriptions and views of the purpose of painRiitta Liisa Kortesluoma
Learning and Research Services, University of Oulu, Finland
J Child Health Care 10:213-27. 2006..The findings challenge nursing staff to regard the suffering child as an active partner in assessing their pain. An enhanced understanding can better prepare nurses for participating in the management of hospitalized children's pain...
- Parents' experiences of negotiating care for their technology-dependent childElizabeth Reeves
Children s Services, Westminster and Chelsea Hospital, London, UK
J Child Health Care 10:228-39. 2006..This study highlights the need to gain insight into parents' experiences, in order that nurses can provide care in a way negotiated to suit the individual family. Suggestions for further research in this area are offered...
- Negotiation of parental roles within family-centred care: a review of the researchJo Corlett
School of Nursing and Midwifery, University of Dundee, Ninewells Hospital, Dundee, UK
J Clin Nurs 15:1308-16. 2006..To review research published in the past 15 years about how children's nurses' negotiate with parents in relation to family-centred care...
- How do children's nurses make clinical decisions? Two preliminary studiesAlison Twycross
Children s Nursing, Faculty of Health Care and Social Sciences, Kingston University St George s University of London, London, UK
J Clin Nurs 15:1324-35. 2006..To gain an understanding of how children's nurses make clinical decisions...
- Within the web: the family-practitioner relationship in the context of chronic childhood illnessAnnette R Dickinson
Auckland University of Technology, Auckland, New Zealand
J Child Health Care 10:309-25. 2006..The nature of the relationship is often simple, yet it coexists with complexity...
- The development and validation of the Khon Kaen University Pediatric Pain Assessment Tool for school-aged Isaan children in ThailandDarunee Jongudomkarn
Khon Kaen University, Khon Kaen, Thailand
J Transcult Nurs 19:213-22. 2008..Results revealed no difference in children's pain scores, as well as no statistical difference in children's pain score ratings between the three groups, suggesting the new tool is appropriate for Isaan children...
- Practices for preparing children for clinical examinations and procedures in Swedish pediatric wardsMarie Edwinson Mansson
Clinical Lecturer at Helsingborg Hospital, and Medical Faculty, Department of Nursing, Lund University, Lund, Sweden
Pediatr Nurs 30:182-7, 229. 2004..Despite obstacles, nurses try to give priority to the giving of information. Further studies should focus on children's and parents' experience and satisfaction...
- Assessment of the convergent validity of pain intensity in the Pain Sensory ToolSu Fen Cheng
School of Nursing, Fooyin University, Taiwan, ROC
J Nurs Res 11:93-100. 2003..It is not clear whether these five-year-old children were outliers or whether the PST is difficult for younger children. The authors suggested duplicating this study and specifying the five-year-old age group for the validity test...
- Developing a unified language for children's nurses, children and their families in the United KingdomG Lyte
University of Manchester School of Nursing, UK
J Clin Nurs 10:79-85. 2001..Implications of this and future research for clinical practice, nationally and internationally, are also discussed...
- Pediatric nurses may misjudge parent communication preferencesElisa J Sobo
Center for Child Health Outcomes, Children s Hospital San Diego, Calif 92103, USA
J Nurs Care Qual 19:253-62. 2004..Presenting these findings to nurses in a "needs demonstration" meeting was crucial to incorporating the tool as standard patient care...
- How a family is affected when a child is born with anorectal malformation. Interviews with three patients and their parentsMargret Nisell
Department of Woman and Child Health, Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Unit, Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden
J Pediatr Nurs 18:423-32. 2003..The patients were not as open as their parents; we need to devise better tools to explore and understand children's experiences. The children and their parents need special care and an opportunity to express their anxieties...
- Pain assessment tools: children's nurses' viewsJ M Simons
Faculty of Health and Human Sciences, Thames Valley University, Slough, UK
J Child Health Care 8:264-78. 2004..The inconsistencies in these replies could reflect the conflicting demands between the nurses' need to increase their knowledge of pain assessment while managing a heavy workload...
- Hospitalized children's descriptions of their experiences with postsurgical pain relieving methodsTarja Pölkki
Department of Nursing Science, University of Kuopio, PO Box 1627, 70211 Kuopio, Finland
Int J Nurs Stud 40:33-44. 2003..Furthermore, most children reported their worst pain to be severe or moderate, which indicates that pain management in hospitalized children should be more aggressive...
- Children's participation in the decision-making process during hospitalization: an observational studyIngrid Runeson
Lund University, Sweden
Nurs Ethics 9:583-98. 2002....
- Cultural validation of pediatric pain assessment tools: Jordanian perspectiveMuntaha Gharaibeh
Faculty of Nursing, Jordan University of Science and Technology, Irbid, Jordan
J Transcult Nurs 13:12-8. 2002..Findings also showed that children have a subculture of their own regardless of their cultural orientation. Findings have implication to nurses in Jordan as well as to transcultural nursing...
- Parents' refusal of medical treatment for cultural or religious beliefs: an ethnographic study of health care professionals' experiencesLuanne Linnard-Palmer
Dominican University of California, 382 Irwin St, San Rafael, CA 94901, USA
J Pediatr Oncol Nurs 22:48-57. 2005..The findings of the study lead to a deeper understanding of the complexities of the ethical dilemma surrounding treatment refusal in pediatrics...
- [Pocket computers. Applications for personal digital assistants, PDAs]Josep Anton i Riera
Hospital Universitari Vall d Hebron, Barcelona
Rev Enferm 31:57-65. 2008..nursing techniques and procedures; filing clinical data or clinical histories; surgical nursing care, pediatric nursing and geriatric nursing; pharmacology calculating and administration of drugs and fluid therapy; reference ..
- Mapping the literature of pediatric nursingMary K Taylor
Library Affairs Southern Illinois University, Carbondale Morris Library, 605 Agriculture Drive, Carbondale, Illinois 62901, USA
J Med Libr Assoc 94:E128-36. 2006..Selection tools for librarians serving this group are available, but only one bibliometric analysis has examined citations to aid collection development...
- New nursing education structure in SpainAdelaida Zabalegui
Universitat Internacional de Catalunya, Health Science School, Josep Trueta s n, S Cugat del Valles, 08195 Barcelona, Spain
Nurse Educ Today 29:500-4. 2009..nursing, midwifery, mental health nursing, geriatric nursing, health work nursing, medical care nursing and pediatric nursing. This new nursing education structure is expected to improve health care as well as nursing reliability and ..
- Contributions of pediatrics and pediatric pathology to the body of knowledge regarding human diseaseChristian Nezelof
Pathology, Universite de Paris V, 75006 Paris, France
Hum Pathol 41:309-15. 2010..Gradually, in this soil, the disciplines of pediatrics and pediatric nursing arose, as some recognized that infants were not merely small adults but were, in fact, quite different...
- Evaluation of the pain resource nurse role: a resource for improving pediatric pain managementLynn McCleary
Kunin Lunenfeld Applied Research Unit, Baycrest Centre for Geriatric Care, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Pain Manag Nurs 5:29-36. 2004..The PRN's role has not been well evaluated in the context of pediatric nursing. Therefore, the objective of this study was to examine the PRN's role in a pediatric setting and, more ..
- Young patients in a young nation: scarlet fever in early nineteenth century rural New EnglandRegina Radikas
Keigwin School Based Health Center, Community Health Center, Inc, Middletown, CT, USA
Pediatr Nurs 33:53-5. 2007..the mid- twentieth century, caring for children with communicable diseases represented the cornerstone of pediatric nursing practice...
- Occupational risk for hepatitis A and hepatitis E among health care professionals?M Nübling
Dept of Applied Physiology, Occupational Medicine and Infectiology, University of Wuppertal, Germany
Infection 30:94-7. 2002..Since transmission routes of hepatitis E virus (HEV) and hepatitis A virus (HAV) are believed to be similar, comparable risk factors and a correlation between the two seroprevalence rates may be assumed...
- The effectiveness of computer-assisted instruction in teaching nursing students about congenital heart diseaseD P Rouse
University of Cincinnati, Ohio, USA
Comput Nurs 18:282-7. 2000..The subjects were associate degree nursing (ADN) students enrolled in a pediatric nursing course at the University of Cincinnati Raymond Walters College...
- Fostering health equity: clinical and research training strategies from nursing educationJanet A Deatrick
School of Nursing, Center for Health Disparities Research, University of Pennsylvania, PA, USA
Kaohsiung J Med Sci 25:479-85. 2009..and graduate context are explored, including an undergraduate cancer case study and in a graduate pediatric nursing program are described to demonstrate how cultural models can be used to integrate the biomedical and ..
- Learning-Service Community Partnership Model: a pediatric program evaluationM Kataoka-Yahiro
Department of Nursing, School of Nursing and Dental Hygiene, University of Hawaii at Manoa, Honolulu, HI 96822, USA
J Pediatr Nurs 16:412-7. 2001..Model is a framework in which innovative learning and service provision are an integral part of the pediatric nursing clinical experience...
- Inpatient surgical bowel preps: making them workEllen A O'Donnell
Nurse Practitioner Surgical Programs, Children s Hospital Boston, Boston, MA 02115, USA
J Pediatr Nurs 22:245-50. 2007..Evidence-based practice. Strategies for overcoming barriers in implementing evidence-based practice. Pediatric Nursing, 28, 159-161], [Melnyk, B. M., & Fineout-Overholt, E. (2002). Evidence-based practice...
- Using nurse shadowing as the focus for a recruitment programCarlee Lehna
Shriners Hospital for Children Galveston, Galveston, TX 77550, USA
J Pediatr Nurs 21:73-9. 2006..an opportunity for family members of employees who are interested in becoming a nurse to learn more about pediatric nursing. This article describes our 5-hour recruitment program that includes didactic information, a hospital tour, ..
- Development of e-Learning for problem solving approach of nursing studentsYukie Majima
School of Nursing, Osaka Prefecture University, Osaka, Japan
Stud Health Technol Inform 122:881. 2006..included the following 8 nursing education categories: basic nursing; adult nursing (chronic and acute); pediatric nursing; mental health and psychiatric nursing; community health nursing (maternal and child, and geriatric); and ..
- Genesis of a professional development tool for ambulatory pediatric nursing practiceTamara Fennig
Department of Gastroenterology, Children s Hospital of Wisconsin, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI 53201 1997, USA
Health Care Manag (Frederick) 24:369-73. 2005..This tool has been implemented as part of the performance review process and is given to new nurses on orientation as a framework for nurses' professional development...
- Child restraint in the acute setting of pediatric nursing: an extraordinarily stressful eventMaria Brenner
School of Nursing, Midwifery and Health Systems, University College Dublin, Dublin, Ireland
Issues Compr Pediatr Nurs 30:29-37. 2007Lack of clarity regarding when or how to use restraint in pediatric nursing is in direct contrast to international legislation and children's rights activists, who continuously support increased safeguards to protect children and ..
- [Teacher and student sharing the teaching-learning experience: a pediatric nursing course at the Federal University of Mato Gross do Sul]Myriam A Pettengill
Programa de Pós Graduação da Escola de Enfermagem da Universidade de São Paulo
Rev Lat Am Enfermagem 11:453-60. 2003The authors present the experience of teaching pediatric nursing at the Universidade Federal de Mato Grosso do Sul (UFMS), Brazil...
- The meaning of spiritual care in a pediatric settingShelley Dell'Orfano
5N Neurosurgery, The Children s Hospital of Denver, 1056 East 19th Avenue, Denver, CO 80218, USA
J Pediatr Nurs 17:380-5. 2002In the previous issue of the Journal of Pediatric Nursing, one type of evidence-based practice (EBP) format was provided for potential nurse scholars who utilize the EBP process [MacPhee, M. (2002)...
- The relationship between fatigue and quality of life in children with chronic health problems: a systematic reviewLinda Eddy
Washington State University College of Nursing, Vancouver, WA, USA
J Spec Pediatr Nurs 12:105-14. 2007..This systematic review synthesized the literature regarding fatigue in children with chronic health problems and examined the relationship to quality of life...
- [Daily routine of families with cystic fibrosis children: subsides for pediatric nursing]Maria Cândida de Carvalho Furtado
Escola de Enfermagem de Ribeirão Preto da Universidade de São Paulo
Rev Lat Am Enfermagem 11:66-73. 2003..A dependent life was identified which was related to the fact that the disease caused physical waste and emotional disturbance for both the child and the family...
- A retrospective chart review of risk factors for extravasation among neonates receiving peripheral intravascular fluidsKim L McCullen
St John Hospital and Medical Center, Detroit, MI 48306, USA
J Wound Ostomy Continence Nurs 33:133-9. 2006..To identify variables associated with extravasation and resulting tissue damage in neonates with peripheral intravascular therapy...
- Support programs for new graduates in pediatric nursingPatricia R Messmer
Nursing Education and Research, Miami Dade College, Miami, FL, USA
J Contin Educ Nurs 42:182-92. 2011..Before the implementation of a support group program for new graduates in 2006, the turnover rate was 7.6%; in 2009, the turnover rate was 5.7%...
- Improving Outcomes of LBW Premature Infants and ParentsBernadette Melnyk; Fiscal Year: 2005....
- Nurse Staffing Patterns and Pediatric Quality of CareKaren Stratton; Fiscal Year: 2003..Within a set of long-term objectives that include (a) examining the processes and outcomes of pediatric nursing care delivery systems; (b) identifying and validating indicators of quality care in pediatrics, and (c) ..
- SLEEP, FATIGUE, AND DEXAMETHOSONE IN CHILDHOOD CANCERPamela Hinds; Fiscal Year: 2003..Our study findings will explicate the relationship between sleep efficiency and fatigue, and between sleep, fatigue, and systemic exposure to dexamethasone. ..
- A Hope Intervention to Influence Quality of Life among Female Survivors of ChildhMary Ann Cantrell; Fiscal Year: 2009..These concerns are highlighted in the Institute of Medicine's (IOM) report on improving the care for childhood cancer survivors (Hewitt, Weiner, &Simone, 2003). ..
- A+ Asthma Rural PartnershipArlene Butz; Fiscal Year: 2004..The findings of this study will be important to clinicians, researchers, and health policy makers. ..
- Improving Asthma Communication in Minority FamiliesArlene Butz; Fiscal Year: 2007..abstract_text> ..
- NEBULIZER INTERVENTION IN MINORITY CHILDREN WITH ASTHMAArlene Butz; Fiscal Year: 2004..Study findings will improve clinical care to this vulnerable population of children and will be if significant use to health care providers, researchers, insurers and policy makers. ..
- HOME NURSE INTERVENTION FOR IUDE INFANTS--3 YR FOLLOW UPArlene Butz; Fiscal Year: 2002..Data will be of significant use to researchers, health care providers, insurers and policy makers. ..
- EBP Leadership Summit: Improving health outcomes for high risk children and teensBernadette Melnyk; Fiscal Year: 2007..S. to improve health outcomes for our nation's children and adolescents. [unreadable] [unreadable] [unreadable] [unreadable]..
- SEXUAL HEALTH PRACTICES OF HOMELESS ADOLESCENTSDONNA REW; Fiscal Year: 2005..The expected outcome is an effective, brief intervention for promoting sexual health that can be delivered to homeless adolescents in an unsheltered environment. ..
- Tobacco Cessation via Public Health Dental ClinicsJudith Gordon; Fiscal Year: 2008..4) The RE-AIM framework will be used to translate and evaluate the intervention in a "real world'' setting. 5) It is a disseminable model that, if effective, can used by public dental clinics throughout the US. ..
- A Longitudinal Study of Health Risk Behavior in YouthDONNA REW; Fiscal Year: 2006..abstract_text> ..
- Tobacco Quitlines: An Adjunct to Dental InterventionsJudith Gordon; Fiscal Year: 2006..In addition, we will conduct an economic analysis to determine the relative cost effectiveness of each intervention. ..
- Sedation Management in Pediatric Patients supported on *MARTHA CURLEY; Fiscal Year: 2004..Results of this pilot study will be used to design a future multi-center randomized controlled clinical trial. ..
- Developing Health Behaviors in Middle AdolescenceDONNA LYNN REW; Fiscal Year: 2010....
- Managing Uncertainty in Childhood Cancer SurvirorshipSheila Santacroce; Fiscal Year: 2005..abstract_text> ..
- Strategies to Reduce Hlth Inequities for America IndiansTerri Lipman; Fiscal Year: 2005..of the summit include; dissemination of the proceedings and articles in the American Journal of Nursing and Journal of Transcultural Nursing and posting on the Indian Health Services and School of Nursing web sites ..
- Monitoring Fidelity to Promote Research IntegritySheila Santacroce; Fiscal Year: 2005..The results of the proposed study will be used to inform use of the adapted YACS to promote research integrity in the future development of nursing interventions to improve outcomes for people with chronic health conditions. ..
- The Epidemiology of Autism in a Low Birthweight CohortJennifer Pinto Martin; Fiscal Year: 2008..unreadable] [unreadable]..
- Promoting Asthma Self-Care in Urban African American TeensBARBARA F VELSO; Fiscal Year: 2010..The findings of this study will improve care to this underserved population of urban African-American teens with asthma and will have significant implications for health care providers, researchers, and policy makers. ..
- Oncology Nursing Education in End of Life CareBetty Ferrell; Fiscal Year: 2007..This proposal includes extensive evaluation planned to monitor individual and institutional dissemination. [unreadable] [unreadable] [unreadable]..
- Master in Clinical ResearchRosanne Harrigan; Fiscal Year: 2009..abstract_text> ..
- Reducing Obesity & Diabetes in High Risk YouthROBIN G WHITTEMORE; Fiscal Year: 2010..In minority communities, the rates are as high as nearly 30%. Approaches that are appealing to youth and that can be cost-effectively delivered are necessary to reduce this epidemic. ..
- COORDINATING CENTER FOR AMD PREVENTION TRIALMaureen Maguire; Fiscal Year: 2006..Design and implement a full program of quality assurance activities; . Design and implement studies of quality of life assessment; . Assist with the preparation of scientific reports. ..
- Pediatric Quality of Life: Is it lost in traduccion?KAREN SOUSA; Fiscal Year: 2008..not been tested for measurement invariance, a relatively new analytical technique, which is a necessary requirement for appropriate between group comparisons [unreadable] [unreadable] [unreadable] [unreadable] [unreadable] [unreadable]..
- Family Impact on Child Adaptation to Parental BMTMary Spath; Fiscal Year: 2009..These variables will be measured at 3 timepoints over the acute phase of the parent's BMT. ..
- Early Neurobiologic Regulation in Infants with Congenital Heart DefectsTondi Harrison; Fiscal Year: 2008..This knowledge will be used to develop interventions to assist mothers in establishment of patterns of caregiving supportive of their infant's development. [unreadable] [unreadable] [unreadable]..
- Targeted, Tailored and Timely (T3) Symptom Management for Prostate CancerSusan Beck; Fiscal Year: 2008..unreadable] [unreadable] [unreadable]..
- Reducing Barriers to Pain and Fatigue ManagementBetty Ferrell; Fiscal Year: 2009....
- Mothers as caregivers for survivors of brain tumorsJanet Deatrick; Fiscal Year: 2009....
- PSYCHOLOGICAL OUTCOME IN CHILDHOOD CANCER SURVIVORSAnne Kazak; Fiscal Year: 2008..abstract_text> ..
- PHD in Clinical Research (RMI)Rosanne Harrigan; Fiscal Year: 2008..unreadable] [unreadable]..
- PLAY! Parents Lead Active YouthLeigh Small; Fiscal Year: 2007..unreadable] [unreadable] [unreadable] [unreadable]..
- PATIENT AND PUBLIC EDUCATION IN CANCER PAIN MANAGEMENTBetty Ferrell; Fiscal Year: 2002..This course will impact 120 healthcare settings to improve pain management and quality of life in cancer patients and to establish model pain education programs for national dissemination. ..
- STRESS, SUPPORT AND SURVIVAL--CHILDREN AT MEDICAL RISKAnne Kazak; Fiscal Year: 2002....
- PREVENTION INTERVENTIONS IN HISPANIC AND ANGLO CHILDRENChristine Kennedy; Fiscal Year: 2003..abstract_text> ..
- HEPATITIS C IN CHILDHOOD CANCER SURVIVORSMelissa Hudson; Fiscal Year: 2003..abstract_text> ..
- HEALTH-RELATED QUALITY OF LIFE IN ARTHRITIS AND AIDSKAREN SOUSA; Fiscal Year: 2002..A valid conceptual model that captures HRQOL throughout the health-illness continuum would be valuable not only to nursing, but to consumers, providers, administrators, and policy makers. ..
- GU Infection Self-Diagnosis for Deployed Military WomenNancy Ryan Wenger; Fiscal Year: 2004..e. missionary work, Peace Corps, humanitarian missions, expeditions, or foreign travel. ..
- MATH INTERVENTION FOR CHILDREN WITH LEUKEMIAIda Moore; Fiscal Year: 2004....
- Psychosocial Assessment Tool:Risk Factors for DistressAnne Kazak; Fiscal Year: 2004..By reliably identifying families with varying levels of risk at diagnosis we may develop subsequent interventions which match their level of need over the course of treatment. ..
- ED Screening and Interventions for Hazardous Alcohol UseBrigitte Baumann; Fiscal Year: 2004..The intent of this proposal is to join with 12 other participating EDs in a joint effort of SBIRT training and ED patient intervention. ..
- Preventing Type 2 Diabetes in At-Risk YouthMargaret Grey; Fiscal Year: 2006..It is expected that this important and timely study will provide valuable information to help youth manage obesity, and potentially prevent T2DM and its long-term physical and psychosocial complications. [unreadable] [unreadable]..
- COORDINATING CENTER: VISION IN PRESCHOOLERSMaureen Maguire; Fiscal Year: 2005..abstract_text> ..
- End of Life Nursing Education through Graduate ProgramsBetty Ferrell; Fiscal Year: 2006..This proposal includes extensive evaluation planned to monitor individual and institutional dissemination. ..
- 5-Year Survival Following Injury in Geriatric PatientsLaura Criddle; Fiscal Year: 2006..Contribution: This foundational study will provide basic information about the survival patterns of injured elders as a basis for the development of interventions to improve geriatric survival. [unreadable] [unreadable] [unreadable]..
- CHANGING PARENTAL BELIEFS IN PEDIATRICS ONCOLOGYAnne Kazak; Fiscal Year: 2005..If effective, SCCIP-R would provide evidence for the feasibility and importance of providing systemic intervention with families of patients with cancer. ..
- Psychophysiologic Outcomes: Child Anger InterventionMarti Rice; Fiscal Year: 2005..Two by five mixed effects generalized linear models will be used to examine the group differences in the repeated measures of outcome variables. ..
- Poisoning Incidence and ED Use/Misuse in Young ChildrenBarbara Polivka; Fiscal Year: 2006..unreadable] [unreadable] [unreadable] [unreadable]..
- Cardiovascular Risks in Adolescents with DiabetesMelissa Faulkner; Fiscal Year: 2004..This investigation is particularly relevant given the limited research on cardiovascular risks in adolescents with type 2 diabetes. ..
- Parents' Interpretation and Use of Genetic InformationAgatha Gallo; Fiscal Year: 2004..The results will inform professionals working with families, and contribute to the development of expert clinical judgment as a basis for addressing families' questions and concerns about a child's genetic condition. ..
- Harp Music: Effects on HRV, Cortisol and ActivityKathi Kemper; Fiscal Year: 2006..Future studies will assess the immediate and long-term impact of different kinds, amounts, frequency and duration of music on physiologic, clinical, behavioral and developmental outcomes in premature infants. ..
- Evaluating an Internet-Based Curriculum about HerbsKathi Kemper; Fiscal Year: 2005..Results from this project will guide future internet-based Continuing Education programs for busy health professionals. ..
- Heart Rate Variability Response to CAM in PediatricsKathi Kemper; Fiscal Year: 2007..The K24 award will free her from clinical, teaching and administrative demands, and allow her to focus her time and attention on research and mentoring activities described in this application. ..