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Maternal-child nursing care for adolescent mothers: health education

Raquel Dully Andrade, Jeniffer Stephanie Marques Hilário, Jaqueline Silva Santos, José de Paula Silva, Luciana Mara Monti Fonseca, Débora Falleiros de Mello
2020 Revista Brasileira de Enfermagem  
Final Considerations: the educational intervention in the present study appears a care technology that adds knowledge and practices to the work of nurses in Primary Health Care, focusing on adolescent  ...  Objectives: to develop an educational intervention through a game that addresses aspects related to adolescent motherhood and child care.  ...  in child and adolescent health, a nurse in the maternal-child area and a coordinating leadership of the Pastoral da Criança.  ... 
doi:10.1590/0034-7167-2018-0769 pmid:32520091 fatcat:t3lmad2ufjaojjqxuda3wlqmua

Nursing care systematization in maternal and child service care: an action research

Ana Paula Vieira dos Santos Esteves, Viviane Saraiva de Almeida, Priscilla Dos Santos Vigo, Danielle Lemos Querido, Joffre Amim Júnior, Rita Bernardete Ribeiro Guérios Bornia
2015 Online Brazilian Journal of Nursing  
Nursing care systematization in maternal and child service care: an action research. Online braz j nurs [internet] 2015 Dec [cited year month day]; 14 (suppl.):423-6.  ...  Nursing care systematization in maternal and child service care: an action research. Online braz j nurs [internet] 2015 Dec [cited year month day]; 14 (suppl.):423-6.  ...  Nursing care systematization in maternal and child service care: an action research. Online braz j nurs [internet] 2015 Dec [cited year month day]; 14 (suppl.):423-6.  ... 
doi:10.17665/1676-4285.20155315 fatcat:qudpmoji3bbwpovgmh2r46fhui

The maternity ward of a teaching hospital: reconfiguration of maternal-child nursing care

Mônica Barros de Pontes, Tânia Cristina Franco Santos, Maria Angélica de Almeida Peres, Antonio José de Almeida Filho
2018 Revista Brasileira de Enfermagem  
Final considerations: the actions of the nurses were recognized and gave them professional visibility, influencing a new form of care in the maternity ward.  ...  Results: the results allowed us to understand the close link between the maternity ward and the nursing course of the Universidade Federal do Espírito Santo, which created a differentiated nursing care  ...  The maternity ward of a teaching hospital: reconfiguration of maternal-child nursing care Pontes MB, Santos TCF, Peres MAA, Almeida Filho AJ.  ... 
doi:10.1590/0034-7167-2016-0585 pmid:29972523 fatcat:6q6nkfgbqfhfjnygb5xbp3o7r4

Assessment of the learning process through the Maternal and Child Nursing Specialists health care practice

Norma Mur Villar, Miriam Iglesias León, María José Aguilar Cordero
2010 Medisur  
the Medical University and the health services in the area of maternal and child care.  ...  The curriculum of the Maternal and Child Nursing Specialty is aimed to prepare professionals with theoretical and practical training that enables them to assume the responsibility of the health care of  ...  and Child Nursing Specialists health care practice Dra.  ... 
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Assessment of the characteristics of the medical care teachers who train the Maternal and Child Health Nursing specialists

Norma Mur Villar, Miriam Iglesias León, Manuel Eduardo Cortés Cortés, María José Aguilar Cordero
2009 Medisur  
Aim: To determine the features of the medical care teacher who trains the Mother and Child Health Nursing specialist.  ...  Backgrounds: The features of the Mother and Child Health Nursing specialist's teaching care training are paramount to form appropriate teaching behaviors.  ...  Assessment of the characteristics of the medical care teachers who train the Maternal and Child Health Nursing specialists. Lic. MSc. Norma Mur Villar,(1) DraC Miriam Iglesias León,(2) DrC.  ... 
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Maternal and child health nurse screening and care for mothers experiencing domestic violence (MOVE): a cluster randomised trial

Angela J. Taft, Leesa Hooker, Cathy Humphreys, Kelsey Hegarty, Ruby Walter, Catina Adams, Paul Agius, Rhonda Small
2015 BMC Medicine  
We aimed to test whether a theory-informed, maternal and child health (MCH) nurse-designed model increased and sustained DV screening, disclosure, safety planning and referrals compared with usual care  ...  Conclusion: A nurse-designed screening and care model did not increase routine screening or referrals, but achieved significantly increased safety planning over 36 months among postpartum women.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors gratefully acknowledge the involvement of the eight maternal and child health nurse teams from the cities of Brimbank, Darebin, Hobson's Bay, Maribyrnong, Melton, Moreland,  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12916-015-0375-7 pmid:26111528 pmcid:PMC4480893 fatcat:d3wuhyzrmnghdipofcn46bsa6i

Smoothing out the transition of care between maternity and child and family health services: perspectives of child and family health nurses and midwives'

Kim Psaila, Sue Kruske, Cathrine Fowler, Caroline Homer, Virginia Schmied
2014 BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth  
The aim of this paper is to explore and describe the ToC between maternity services to CFH services from the perspective of Australian midwives and child and family health (CFH) nurses.  ...  In Australia, women who give birth are transitioned from maternity services to child and health services once their baby is born.  ...  We are told this is because hospital midwives are too busy to regularly give a handover to maternal + child Health Nurses.'  ... 
doi:10.1186/1471-2393-14-151 pmid:24766674 pmcid:PMC4016663 fatcat:75bnrdnsgffprogi32vmn77ri4

Exploring the role‐based challenges of providing culturally inclusive health care for maternal and child health nurses: Qualitative findings

Christina Malatzky, Zubaidah Mohamed Shaburdin, Lisa Bourke
2020 Nursing Open  
To explore how maternal and child health nurses (MCHNs) working in a specific regionally located service perceive and experience delivering health care to a diverse population.  ...  The analysis suggests that a substantial hindrance to the development and support of culturally safe, inclusive and quality maternal and child health care lies in the very ways contemporary health institutions  ...  The healthcare providers in MCHSs are "maternal and child health nurses" (MCHNs) (Kruske & Grant, 2012) .  ... 
doi:10.1002/nop2.457 pmid:32257270 pmcid:PMC7113514 fatcat:ykrumv2p5jerfkp76ifx6ipgba

Enhanced maternal and child health nurse care for women experiencing intimate partner/family violence: protocol for MOVE, a cluster randomised trial of screening and referral in primary health care

Angela J Taft, Rhonda Small, Cathy Humphreys, Kelsey Hegarty, Ruby Walter, Catina Adams, Paul Agius
2012 BMC Public Health  
Maternal and child health nurses (MCHN) in Victoria, Australia are community-based nurse/midwives who see over 95% of all mothers with newborns.  ...  Methods/design: MOVE is a cluster randomised trial of a good practice model of MCHN IPV screening involving eight maternal and child health nurse teams in Melbourne, Victoria.  ...  The Victorian maternal and child health service and the context for IPCV screening Victorian maternal and child health nurses (MCHNs) are trained nurse midwives who visit over 95% of all Victorian mothers  ... 
doi:10.1186/1471-2458-12-811 pmid:22994910 pmcid:PMC3564741 fatcat:ferifvtl7jemtbffnfgb6v3xti

The quality of interaction between Public Health Nursing Sister and Public Health Midwife during supervision in Maternal and Child Health Care settings in Sri Lanka

NY Samaraweera, HTCS Abeysena, T Liyanage, AJ Taft
2014 Journal of the Postgraduate Institute of Medicine  
Objective To measure the quality of interaction between the Public Health Nursing Sister (PHNS) and the Public Health Midwife (PHM) during supervision.  ...  Results Supervisors spent less time on supervising client care issues than on supervising facility level issues and interacting with clients.  ...  There are several officers at central, provincial, regional and local levels of the health system, who are responsible for supervising the Maternal and Child Health/Family Planning (MCH/FP) Programme in  ... 
doi:10.4038/jpgim.7607 fatcat:ulhzjvwc7vfefb4kqmtq3pu45a

Applying normalization process theory to understand implementation of a family violence screening and care model in maternal and child health nursing practice: a mixed method process evaluation of a randomised controlled trial

Leesa Hooker, Rhonda Small, Cathy Humphreys, Kelsey Hegarty, Angela Taft
2015 Implementation Science  
In Victoria, Australia, Maternal and Child Health (MCH) services deliver primary health care to families with children 0-6 years, focusing on health promotion, parenting support and early intervention.  ...  Successful implementation of an enhanced FV screening model for MCH nurses occurred in the context of focussed women's health consultations, with the use of a maternal health and wellbeing checklist and  ...  These include Women's Health West, Berry Street Family Violence Service and MCH nurse teams in the following local government areas; Brimbank, Darebin, Hobson's Bay, Maribyrnong, Melton, Moreland, Yarra  ... 
doi:10.1186/s13012-015-0230-4 pmid:25890352 pmcid:PMC4379540 fatcat:vw3asqegebeefjthitbtgeahxa

Continuing education for maternal child health nurses: a means to improve the health care of mothers and children

I M Bolte, E P Presler
Public health reports (1974)  
--practicing maternal child health nurses, State nurse consultants, and nurse supervisors at county or district levels.  ...  States; (e) used previously untapped resources in Region IV to make the concept of regional continuing education in maternal child health nursing a reality; and (f) generated a networking system among  ...  Maternal child health nurses were increasingly having to assume added responsibilities and new roles in the preventive health care and health care maintenance of the MCH population.  ... 
pmid:6419272 pmcid:PMC1424498 fatcat:l4vyctqwmnf4tohdqqhuxy7qey

Examination of the application method of dietary reference intakes for Japanese in elderly care facilities Studies on the sympathy of nurses in maternity facilities: The focus on abuse prevention and child support from birth to discharge Hiroyo KITADA

Yuta Katoh
unpublished
The system model may improve the quality of nutritional management in elderly care facilities.  ...  Objective: The aim of this study is to develop a system model for dietary management in elderly care facilities based on Dietary Reference Intakes for Japanese , 2010 (DRIs-2010).  ...  Midwives and nurses who are experienced in maternity wards or qualified as public health nurses tend to properly perceive the risk of child abuse.  ... 
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