Parent-infant nursing science paradigms, phenomena, methods by Lorraine Olszewski Walker

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Published by F.A. Davis Co. in Philadelphia .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Maternity nursing.,
  • Maternity nursing -- Research.,
  • Maternal-Child Nursing -- methods.,
  • Parent-Child Relations.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

Book details

StatementLorraine O. Walker.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsRG951 .W29 1991
The Physical Object
Paginationxiii, 450 p. :
Number of Pages450
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1545920M
ISBN 100803690282
LC Control Number91025136

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Parent-infant nursing science. Philadelphia: F.A. Davis Co., © (OCoLC) Objectives: To examine the effects of a parent book reading intervention in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) on parent-infant interaction and on the incidence of parents reading to their infants 3 months post-NICU discharge.

Methods: A nonrandomized, participant blinded intervention study using a historical control group (CG) was conducted. Books shelved as infant-parent-mental-health: The Motherhood Constellation: A Unified View Of Parent-infant Psychotherapy by Daniel N.

Stern, Attachment. Parent-Infant Nursing Science was written to increase the accessibility of parent-infant nursing research and to organize the research according to the paradigms of the discipline.

The book covers studies between and that were published in eight nursing : Louise A. Aurilio. A concept analysis of parent–infant attachment A concept analysis, the clarification of a concept, is the first step towards building the foundations of nursing theory, research and practice.

As a relevant concept for nurses working with childbearing families, parent–infant attach-ment is an important part of the body of nursing Size: KB. The influence of parent-infant cosleeping, nursing, and childcare on cortisol and SIgA immunity in a sample of British children.

Dev Psychobiol. 49(6) Wyman PA, Cowen EL, Work WC, and Parker GR. "This is an important and thought-provoking book that carries the field of infant mental health to a new level of synthesis and discovery.

The research and practice described in this volume will help students, practitioners, and researchers recognize the challenges inherent in relationship-based activities, integrate the various strands that form the theoretical framework of infant-parent 5/5(3). Nursing and the Parent Child Relationship.

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The parent child relationship is a template for later relationships and therefore, the quality of thisFile Size: KB. Background. InRubin described the importance of bonding between a mother and child in her theory of maternal role attainment. The concept of maternal-infant bonding, however, became widely popularized after the publication of Klaus and Kennell’s book, Maternal-Infant work led to significant changes in the hospital care of postpartum women, Cited by: The first chapter addresses the relationship between nursing and nursing science.

Part I of the book stresses the importance of nursing science within specializations such as parent-infant nursing, and the author then proposes a classification system based on recurrent phenomena found within nursing research.

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All journal articles featured in Children's Health Care vol 49 issue 2. Start studying Leifer - Ch 6 - Nursing Care of Mother and Infant During Labor and Birth.

Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Three days after birth, a breastfeeding newborn becomes jaundiced. The parents bring the infant to the clinic and blood is drawn for an indirect serum bilirubin determination, which reveals a concentration of 12 mg/dL.

Fostering Early Parent-Infant Playfulness in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Elise Holloway, in Play in Occupational Therapy for Children (Second Edition), The neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) is an acute care environment that focuses primarily on the medical needs rather than the social-emotional and developmental needs of its patients.

Lorraine Olszewski Walker has written: 'Parent-infant nursing science' -- subject(s): Maternity nursing, Research, Parent-Child Relations, Methods. Parents and nurses balancing parent-infant closeness and separation: a qualitative study of NICU nurses’ perceptions Article (PDF Available) in BMC Pediatrics 16(1).

Nursing theory is the term given to the body of knowledge that is used to support nursing practice. In their professional education nurses will study a range of interconnected subjects which can.

Parent-Infant Nursing Science(1st Edition) Paradigms, Phenomena, Methods by Lorraine Olszewski Walker Hardcover, Pages, Published by F A Davis Co ISBNISBN: Early life and education. Letourneau was born in Fredericton, New Brunswick.

She graduated from the Fredericton High School in and went on complete her baccalaureate degree in Nursing from the University of New Brunswick inafter which she successfully completed the requirements to be a Registered Nurse.

After she became a Registered Nurse, she was Alma mater: University of New Brunswick, University. Drawing on attachment-caregiving theory, we interviewed parents of 24 infants with a complex congenital heart defect (CCHD) about parenting motivations through the first year.

Using directed content analysis, 8 categories of motivations, focused either on the baby, the parent-infant relationship, family, self, or tasks were identified at 1, 4 or 6, and 12 months. A matrix of Cited by: Mercer’s fifth book, Parents at Risk, published inalso received an American Journal of Nursing Book of the Year Award.

Parents at Risk () focused on strategies for facilitating early parent-infant interactions and promoting parental competence in relation to specific risk situations.

As part of the study, researchers will be looking at the positive effects of parent-infant shared book reading starting from birth. They’ll collect data and feedback from parents and staff. Researchers will then analyze if this current intervention will lead to increase levels of reading in the NICU.

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Reviewer: Amy L Bubbico, DMin, MSN, MA, (Presbyterian Hospital) Description: This neonatal nursing review highlights key study areas through the use of questions related to core concepts in neonatal intensive care nursing.

It is intended as a companion to Core Curriculum for Neonatal Intensive Care Nursing, 3rd edition, Verklan and Walden (Elsevier, /5(4). The databases used for searching included Science direct, PubMed, Google scholar, and Scopus. Besides, FCC, family-oriented care, and NICU were used as keywords in either the titles or the abstracts.

After all, nursing and 2 medical articles (that were not repeated in Cited by:   Last year a new edition of the Klaus-Kennell book was published, retitled ''Parent-Infant Bonding'' (C.V. Mosby, $). associate professor of. To examine the effects of a parent book reading intervention in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) on parent-infant interaction and on the incidence of parents reading to their infants 3.

Page 5 8/26/19 Walker, L. Testing deduced and synthesized models of the early mother-infant relationship. Proceedings of the Nursing Science Colloquium. Elise Holloway, in Play in Occupational Therapy for Children (Second Edition), The neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) is an acute care environment that focuses primarily on the medical needs rather than the social-emotional and developmental needs of its patients.

The NICU staff is highly trained to care for preterm and sick full-term newborns during the most. OBJECTIVES To examine the effects of a parent book reading intervention in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) on parent-infant interaction and on the incidence of parents reading to their infants 3 months post-NICU discharge.

METHODS A nonrandomized, participant blinded intervention study using a historical control group (CG) was conducted. Barnard, K.

General issues in parent-infant interaction during the first years of life. In D. Yeung (Ed.), Essays on pediatric nutrition. Ontario, Canada: The Canadian Science Committee on Food and Nutrition, Canadian Public Health Association, Cited by: 9.

The study entitled "Parent Picture-Book Reading to Infants in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit as an Intervention Supporting Parent-Infant Interaction and Later Book Reading" was made possible by. Parent-infant relationships spanning a range of activities and contexts, with separations minimized, are vital to preserving these primary attachments.

State of the science of maternal–infant bonding: A principle-based concept analysis Cara Bicking Kinsey, MS, RNC-NIC (Doctoral Candidate)a,n, Judith E. Hupcey, EdD, FAAN (Associate Dean for Graduate Education)b a School of Nursing, The Pennsylvania State University SON, Centerview Drive, ASB/A, Hershey, PAUSA b School of Nursing, The.

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