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Callister, Lynn Clark
Callister, Lynn Clark Less
MCN, American Journal of Maternal Child Nursing. 40(2):131, March/April 2015.
Significant inequities exist in cognitive and psychosocial developmental outcomes in children during their first five years of life in low income countries.
Clark, Lisa; Rohan, Annie
Clark, Lisa; Rohan, Annie Less
MCN, American Journal of Maternal Child Nursing. 40(2):87-95, March/April 2015.
As the rate of opioid prescription grows, so does fetal exposure to opioids during pregnancy. The authors review the latest evidence about Neonatal Withdrawal Syndrome (NWS) and adaptation difficulties after birth.
Webb, Jenny; Morris, Melanie Hall; Thomas, Sandra P.; More
Webb, Jenny; Morris, Melanie Hall; Thomas, Sandra P.; Combs-Orme, Terri Less
MCN, American Journal of Maternal Child Nursing. 40(2):116-121, March/April 2015.
This study explores the perceptions of low income African American pregnant women and new mothers on the challenges and experiences of parenting.