March/April 2004 - Volume 29 - Issue 2
pp: 74-136
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EDITORIAL

SECOND OPINION

INFANT NUTRITION

THE NEW NETWORKING

LETTERS

LETTERS: The Author Replies

TOWARD EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE

PERINATAL PATIENT SAFETY


Cueing Into Infant Pain

Byers, Jacqueline Fowler; Thornley, Kristen

MCN, American Journal of Maternal Child Nursing . 29(2):84-89, March/April 2004.

The fact is that newborns and infants feel pain, and it is our obligation to assess for it and provide relief. Read this review of what is known about assessment for newborn pain and pain assessment tools.

Paraprofessional Support for Pregnant & Parenting Women

Logsdon, M. Cynthia; Davis, Deborah Winders

MCN, American Journal of Maternal Child Nursing . 29(2):92-97, March/April 2004.

Many have suggested that pregnant women could have better outcomes if they were given support and teaching, not necessarily by a professional, but by a lay person trained to do so. What do you think? These authors reviewed that literature for the answer.