Annual Review of Nursing Research, Volume 21, 2003: Research by Joyce J. Fitzpatrick PhD MBA RN FAAN, Margaret Miles PhD

By Joyce J. Fitzpatrick PhD MBA RN FAAN, Margaret Miles PhD RN FAAN, Diane Holditch-Davis PhD RN FAAN

This twenty first quantity of the Annual Review synthesizes nursing study thus far on baby wellbeing and fitness and sickness, together with family members concerns. a long time variety from pre-term infants to children, with a spotlight on power affliction. a distinct ultimate bankruptcy stories the highlights of the earlier 10 volumes of the once a year overview of Nursing study, to mark the twentieth anniversary of the Review.

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NURSING RESEARCH, CHILDREN, DEVELOPMENTAL SCIENCE 17 Vol. 4. , pp. 635-711). New York: John Wiley. Becker, P. (2001). Contexts and systems in studies of maternal and child health. Research in Nursing and Health, 24, 155-156. Bergman, L. , & Magnusson, D. (1997). A person-oriented approach in research on developmental psychopathology. Development and Psychopathology, 9,291-319. Berlin, L. , & Zaslow, M. J. (1995). Examining observational measures of emotional support and cognitive stimulation in black and white mothers of preschoolers.

Franck's studies were empirically based and did not use a developmental science perspective. , 2000). , 1997), but only descriptive analyses were presented. No study presented individually focused analyses. The participants were of various ethnic, socioeconomic, and gender groups, but no analyses examined the effects of these groups or multigenerations. , 1997). CARE OF PRETERM INFANTS 35 Infant Stimulation Three researchers—Lynda Law Harrison, Susan Ludington-Hoe, and Rosemary White-Traut—have programs of research focusing on infant stimulation, specifically, testing interventions that provide social stimulation that is missing in the technological NICU environment.

Changes in sleep-wake states were associated with acute medical complications, including hydrocephalus, sepsis, and cold stress (Holditch-Davis & Hudson, 1995). Yet preterm infants with chronic lung disease only differed from other preterms by having more irregular respiration in quiet sleep, more jitters, and fewer smiles (Holditch-Davis & Lee, 1993; Holditch-Davis, 1995) and did not differ from medically fragile infants on developmental outcomes or interactive behaviors (HolditchDavis, Docherty, Miles, & Burchinal, 2001).

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