Articles by Linda Beth Tiedje

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Childbirth Is Changing What Now?

Tiedje, Linda Beth; Price, Elizabeth; You, Mei

MCN, American Journal of Maternal Child Nursing. 33(3):144-150, May/June 2008.

Nursing literature is replete with articles about the horrors of technology in birth. Is this something that concerns the women we care for?

Preconception Care & PREGNANCY PLANNING: Voices of African American Women

Canady, Renee Branch; Tiedje, Linda Beth; Lauber, Cheryl

MCN, American Journal of Maternal Child Nursing. 33(2):90-97, March/April 2008.

These nurses asked women about planning for a pregnancy. Do women think about seeing a provider for healthcare in preparation for a pregnancy?

Thirty Years of Maternal - Child Health Policies in the Community

Tiedje, Linda Beth

MCN, American Journal of Maternal Child Nursing. 30(6):373-379, November/December 2005.

In the wide world of community health nursing, the health of mothers and children is daily put at risk through environmental dilemmas, political missteps, and public health limitations. Dr. Tiedje has skillfully examined the literature from the past 30 years and helps us understand what community health interventions are helping women and children.

Cost Effectiveness of Postnatal Home Nursing Visits for Prevention of Hospital Care for Jaundice and Dehydration

Lipman, Terri H.; Tiedje, Linda Beth

MCN, American Journal of Maternal Child Nursing. 30(3):216, May/June 2005.

Experts suggest how six research articles can be used in nursing practice.

Teaching Is More Than Telling: Education About Prematurity in a Prenatal Clinic Waiting Room

Tiedje, Linda Beth

MCN, American Journal of Maternal Child Nursing. 29(6):373-379, November/December 2004.

The waiting room is noisy and crowded but sometimes the only place you have for teaching your patients. How can you do it effectively? Dr. Tiedje tells you how, from her many years of experience in accomplishing interactive education in difficult settings.

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