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Acute childhood illness is a universal experience for children and families. This paper presents the central process of a Glaserian grounded theory study which explored family management of acute childhood illness at home. Twenty-nine interviews were conducted with 15 families of children 0—9...
This article discusses the findings of a qualitative study undertaken within a university in the UK to investigate whether the curriculum prepares student nurses in an undergraduate children’s nursing programme to deal with a child’s death. The literature examined made it clear that...
Research on physicians’, nurses’ and enrolled nurses’ experiences of ethical dilemmas have been conducted in many healthcare fields. The aim of this study was to elucidate ethical dilemmas before and during the induction of anaesthesia of children aged three to six years as described by...
The changes in dietary habits and way of life of adolescents can lead to some nutrition problems. The purpose of this study was to compare dietary habits of children living in metropolitan and non-metropolitan areas regarding their physical characteristics, socio-economic milieu and educational...
The aim of this study is to determine whether excessive internet use, television viewing and the ensuing poor lifestyle habits affect low vision in school children in a rapidly developing country. This is a cross-sectional study and 3000 school students aged between six and 18 years were...
A study was conducted to describe the characteristics of the Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) infection cases occurring in the season 2006—7 in Palermo, Italy, and to evaluate the parents’ knowledge and behaviours concerning prevention and control of acute respiratory infections (ARIs). All...
In recent years increased attention has been focused on listening to the views of children and young people. This study analysed 31 research studies, which were published between 2000 and early 2009, into children and young people's views of health professionals in England. The findings from the...
This cross-sectional study explored the predictive utility of head circumference (HC) and crown—heel length (CHL) as surrogates for identifying birth weight < 2500g (LBW) and < 2000g (VLBW) in an inner-city community with predominant non-hospital births in Lagos, Nigeria. The accuracy of HC and...
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