The USA approach to maternity care
- Comparative analysis of informative support in lactation in lying-in women hospitalized in rooming-in system. Grochans, E.; Jurczak, A.; Augustyniuk, K.; Szych, Z.; Trypka, I. // Advances in Medical Sciences (De Gruyter Open);2007 Supplement, Vol. 52, p68
Purpose: The aim of the study was to assess the expected and received informative support in lactation in hospitalized lying-in women. Such variables as the number of deliveries and participation in antenatal classes were taken into consideration. Material and methods: The research was conducted...
- A FILOSOFIA ASSISTENCIAL DA MATERNIDADE DE UM HOSPITAL UNIVERSITÃRIO NA VISÃƒO DOS ACADÃŠMICOS. Monticelli, Marisa; Brüggemann, Odaléa Maria; Guerini, Isabelle Christine; Boing, Antonio Fernando; Padilha, Maria de Fátima; Fernandes, Viviane Bergler // Texto & Contexto Enfermagem;jan/mar2010, Vol. 19 Issue 1, p25
The objective of this cross-sectional exploratory study was to evaluate maternity care philosophy in a university hospital, from the academic perspective. The sample was composed of 47 nursing students and 47 medical students. The data was collected in 2008 via questionnaire. Data analysis...
- Perinatal Outcomes of Adolescent Pregnancies at a University Hospital in Turkey. İmır, Gonca Ayşe; Çetın, Meral; Balta, Özgül; Büyükayhan, Derya; Çetın, Ali // Journal of the Turkish-German Gynecological Association;Jun2008, Vol. 9 Issue 2, p70
Objective: Adolescent pregnancies have increased over the past years, being considered a significant social and reproductive concern and 15-20% of all births are to adolescent mothers. The purpose of this study was to compare the perinatal outcomes of women aged 19 or less with adult pregnancies...
- Finding mother-centered birth care. // Mothering;Summer97, Issue 83, p66
Presents the criteria for the `mother friendly' award by the Coalition for Improving Maternity Services to centers, hospitals or homebirth service. Services and freedom given to birthing mothers; Clarity of policies; Birthing procedures employed; Others.
- Maternal survey plan launched. Asplund, Jon // AHA News;1/27/97, Vol. 33 Issue 3, p6
Reports that the Foundation for Healthy Communities is launching a survey in 1997 assessing quality of maternal and newborn care in New Hampshire. Participation of mothers giving birth in New Hampshire hospitals; Completion of questionnaires after hospital visit.
- Maternal health in the Third World. Bullough, C.H.W. // BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);8/26/89, Vol. 298 Issue 6698, p525
Focuses on the efficacy of maternal health care during Third World War. Estimation of maternal mortality; Changes of policy among hospital based services towards the community; Evaluation of training for the doctors in maternal and child health.
- Problems in estimating the number of women in need of ... Buescher, Paul A.; Peoples-Sheps, Mary D. // Public Health Reports;May/Jun91, Vol. 106 Issue 3, p333
Focuses on the problems for estimating the number of women in need of subsidized prenatal care services. Methods used by Region IV States in the United States; Comparison of several estimation methods; Allocating State estimates to counties; Two estimates of unmet need; Conclusion. INSET:...
- Translating research into MCH service: Comparison of a pilot project and a large-scale resource... Rogers, Mary M.; Peoples-Sheps, Mary D. // Public Health Reports;Sep/Oct95, Vol. 110 Issue 5, p563
Examines the process and effect of translating a pilot research project into a large-scale service program on maternal care in the United States. Differences between pilot project and research program; Background of pilot and service program; Implementation; Components; Criteria in the...
- Improving maternal health worldwide. Coleman, Isobel; Garrett, Laurie // Hill;5/22/2008, Vol. 15 Issue 60, p32
The article presents the author's comments on the development of maternal health across the globe.