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  • By Journal of Pediatric Nursing   -   Dec 7, 2021

    DOWN THERE - PEDIATRIC NURSES, CONSTIPATION, AND RECTAL INTERVENTIONS

    Pediatric nurses care for hospitalized children with constipation on a daily basis. However, very little is reported in the literature...

    Regard, Hospital
  • By Journal of Pediatric Nursing   -   Dec 7, 2021

    CALL TO ACTION: ADDRESSING PEDIATRIC FALL SAFETY IN AMBULATORY ENVIRONMENTS

    Pediatric falls in the ambulatory environment are a patient safety concern. Historically, fall safety efforts have focused on inpatient...

  • By Journal of Pediatric Nursing   -   Dec 7, 2021

    TRANSFER OF CARE FOR PEOPLE WITH SEVERE FORMS OF THALASSEMIA: LEARNING FROM PAST EXPERIENCES TO CREATE A TRANSITION PLAN

    To demonstrate the need for developing standardized healthcare transition plans for persons with severe forms of thalassemia as life...

    Plan
  • By Journal of Pediatric Nursing   -   Dec 7, 2021

    EDUCATION FOLLOWING PEDIATRIC GASTROSTOMY TUBE PLACEMENT: AN INTEGRATIVE REVIEW

    There is a gap in knowledge regarding the necessary components for pediatric gastrostomy tube education. This integrative review addresses...

    Regard
  • By Journal of Pediatric Nursing   -   Dec 7, 2021

    DEVELOPMENT OF A PERIPHERAL INTRAVENOUS ACCESS TRAINING PROGRAM FOR NURSES IN THE PEDIATRIC INTENSIVE CARE UNITS

    Obtaining vascular access in the pediatric population can be challenging, with insertion success rates varying widely based on patient...

  • By Journal of Pediatric Nursing   -   Dec 7, 2021

    SHARED DECISION MAKING AND DISEASE MODIFYING THERAPY IN FAMILIES OF CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS WITH PEDIATRIC ONSET MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS

    Deciding on a disease modifying therapy for the treatment of pediatric onset multiple sclerosis often presents a challenge to families....

    Child, Adolescence
  • By Journal of Pediatric Nursing   -   Dec 7, 2021

    THE EFFECT OF BREASTFEEDING, KANGAROO CARE, AND FACILITATED TUCKING POSITIONING IN REDUCING THE PAIN DURING HEEL STICK IN NEONATES

    Invasive intervention can negatively affect prognosis, behavior, environmental adaptation in neonates. Some nonpharmacological pain...

  • By Journal of Pediatric Nursing   -   Dec 7, 2021

    POST-INTENSIVE CARE SYNDROME IN CHILDREN: A CONCEPT ANALYSIS

    Post-intensive care syndrome in paediatrics is a term used to describe newly acquired or worsened impairment in one or more aspects...

    Child
  • By Journal of Pediatric Nursing   -   Dec 7, 2021

    PARENTS' PERCEPTION OF FALL RISK AND INCIDENCE OF FALLS IN THE PEDIATRIC AMBULATORY ENVIRONMENT

    To identify the parents' perspective of fall incidence and risks in the pediatric ambulatory environment.

  • By Journal of Pediatric Nursing   -   Dec 7, 2021

    HIGH MATERNAL MORTALITY RATES: RACIAL, GEOGRAPHIC, AND SOCIOECONOMIC DISPARITIES IN BRAZIL

    What are the harsh consequences of racism and our country's slavery past in the life of every black woman today? How does the current...

  • By Journal of Pediatric Nursing   -   Dec 7, 2021

    UNMET AND UNDER-MET NEEDS AMONG INDIAN PARENTS OF CHILDREN WITH NEUROLOGICAL DISORDERS

    Parents of children with neurological disorders commonly report having unmet needs related to their child's care. Mixed methods research...

    Child, Neurology
  • By Journal of Pediatric Nursing   -   Dec 7, 2021

    MEDIATING EFFECTS OF COPING STYLES ON THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN FAMILY RESILIENCE AND SELF-CARE STATUS OF ADOLESCENTS WITH EPILEPSY TRANSITIONING TO ADULT HEALTHCARE: A CROSS-SECTIONAL STUDY IN CHINA

    This study aimed to explore the relationship between family resilience, coping styles, and self-care among Chinese adolescents with...

    Adolescence
  • By Journal of Pediatric Nursing   -   Dec 7, 2021

    INCORPORATING SIMULATION AND TELEMEDICINE TO PREPARE FAMILY CAREGIVERS TO CARE FOR THEIR MEDICALLY COMPLEX CHILD FOLLOWING DISCHARGE FROM THE INTENSIVE CARE UNIT

    Section editor's introduction:

    Child
  • By Journal of Pediatric Nursing   -   Dec 7, 2021

    VICTIMS OF SEXUAL EXPLOITATION AND VIOLENCE IN BRAZIL

    At least 8.9% of Brazilian women have already suffered some type of sexual violence in their lives. Every hour, Brazil has 2.2 cases...

    Adolescence
  • By Journal of Pediatric Nursing   -   Dec 7, 2021

    CHILDREN ARE IN NEED OF HUMANITARIAN AID IN AFGHANISTAN

    Almost 60% of Afghans forced to flee their homes in 2021 because of the Taliban advance are children. They are starving. It is estimated...

    Power, AIDS
  • By Journal of Pediatric Nursing   -   Dec 7, 2021

    PARENT INTENTIONS TO VACCINATE CHILDREN WITH AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER AGAINST COVID-19

    The purpose of this study was to investigate associations between parent vaccine confidence and intention to have their child with...

    Child, Vaccination
  • By Journal of Pediatric Nursing   -   Dec 7, 2021

    USING DIGITAL MEDIA IN THE DIABETES CENTER TO CONNECT FAMILIES AND PROVIDE EDUCATION

    Page et al. (1981), in a seminal study, found that parents could recall only two out of seven instructions related to diabetes tasks,...

    Diabetes
  • By Journal of Pediatric Nursing   -   Dec 7, 2021

    A.L.L. Y.O.U. N.E.E.D. I.S. L.O.V.E. MANUAL ON HEALTH SELF-MANAGEMENT AND PATIENT-REPORTED OUTCOMES AMONG LOW-INCOME YOUNG ADULT MEXICANS ON CHRONIC DIALYSIS: FEASIBILITY STUDY

    We evaluated disease knowledge/self-management skills among low-income Mexican young adults maintained on dialysis and to test the...

  • By Journal of Pediatric Nursing   -   Dec 7, 2021

    TRANSLATION AND CULTURAL ADAPTATION OF THE FAMILY CENTERED CARE ASSESSMENT SCALE FOR FINNISH PEDIATRIC NURSING

    The purpose of this study was to translate and culturally adapt the Family Centered Care Assessment Scale to evaluate family-centered...

  • By Journal of Pediatric Nursing   -   Dec 7, 2021

    ABORIGINAL PERSPECTIVES ON RECOGNISING CLINICAL DETERIORATION IN THEIR CHILD AND COMMUNICATING CONCERNS TO CLINICIANS

    To explore the perspectives of family members of Aboriginal children about a) their involvement in recognising clinical deterioration...

    Child, Hospital