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Martino, Kimberly; Spatz, Diane
Martino, Kimberly; Spatz, Diane Less
MCN, American Journal of Maternal Child Nursing. 39(6):369-374, November/December 2014.
Informal breast milk sharing is occurring outside the hospital setting. Perinatal nurses need to know the risks and benefits so they can be helpful to women and their families who are considering milk sharing.
McCartney, Patricia Less
MCN, American Journal of Maternal Child Nursing. 39(6):382, November/December 2014.
It's amazing how much telemedicine has progressed in the last decade. Our expert in health information technology provides an update on the current state of telemedicine and what can be expected in the future.
Stoltz, Regina; Byrd, Rhonda; Hench, Anna Jeanine; More
Stoltz, Regina; Byrd, Rhonda; Hench, Anna Jeanine; Slone, Tamara; Brockopp, Dorothy; Moe, Krista Less
MCN, American Journal of Maternal Child Nursing. 39(6):363-368, November/December 2014.
Is there a difference in wellbeing of babies in the NICU based on the type of mattress used for their sleep surface? These nurses evaluated two types of mattresses; the standard vinyl covered foam mattress and the viscoelastic polyurethane mattress.
Morin, Karen H.
Morin, Karen H. Less
MCN, American Journal of Maternal Child Nursing. 39(6):381, November/December 2014.
Food insecurity is not the same as hunger. Learn what food security and insecurity mean in the context of ease of accessibility to food, anxiety, and eating patterns.