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Cord Blood Banking: What Nurses and Healthcare Providers Should Know

Abdullah, Yasmin

MCN, American Journal of Maternal Child Nursing. 36(6):344-350, November/December 2011.

Your patient asks you about cord blood banking for future protection of her children. What do you say?

Breastfeeding Knowledge of University Nursing Students

Ahmed, Azza; Bantz, Diana; Richardson, Clara

MCN, American Journal of Maternal Child Nursing. 36(6):361-367, November/December 2011.

Nursing students were found to have general information about the benefits of breastfeeding, but little knowledge about physiology or breastfeeding management.

Survey of Adolescent Views of Healthy Eating During Pregnancy

Wise, Nancy J.; Arcamone, Angelina A.

MCN, American Journal of Maternal Child Nursing. 36(6):381-386, November/December 2011.

Most teenagers eat poorly, yes? But do pregnant teens take their pregnancies into consideration when choosing foods to eat?

Breastfeeding Knowledge of University Nursing Students

Ahmed, Azza; Bantz, Diana; Richardson, Clara

MCN, American Journal of Maternal Child Nursing. 36(6):361-367, November/December 2011.

Nursing students were found to have general information about the benefits of breastfeeding, but little knowledge about physiology or breastfeeding management.

Is the Doctorate of Nursing Practice an Appropriate Degree for Executive Nurse Leaders?

Beal, Judy; Bolg, Julee R.; Brostoff, Marcie

MCN, American Journal of Maternal Child Nursing. 36(6):342-343, November/December 2011.

The discussion about the DNP continues. Should nurse executives obtain a DNP, or is a PhD more appropriate?

Is the Doctorate of Nursing Practice an Appropriate Degree for Executive Nurse Leaders?

Beal, Judy; Bolg, Julee R.; Brostoff, Marcie

MCN, American Journal of Maternal Child Nursing. 36(6):342-343, November/December 2011.

The discussion about the DNP continues. Should nurse executives obtain a DNP, or is a PhD more appropriate?

Is the Doctorate of Nursing Practice an Appropriate Degree for Executive Nurse Leaders?

Beal, Judy; Bolg, Julee R.; Brostoff, Marcie

MCN, American Journal of Maternal Child Nursing. 36(6):342-343, November/December 2011.

The discussion about the DNP continues. Should nurse executives obtain a DNP, or is a PhD more appropriate?

Perceptions of Giving Birth and Adherence to Cultural Practices in Chinese Women

Callister, Lynn Clark; Eads, Megan Nicole; Yeung Diehl, Jenny Pui See

MCN, American Journal of Maternal Child Nursing. 36(6):387-394, November/December 2011.

The strict rules regarding childbirth in the Chinese culture can be comforting, or restricting.

Perceptions of Giving Birth and Adherence to Cultural Practices in Chinese Women

Callister, Lynn Clark; Eads, Megan Nicole; Yeung Diehl, Jenny Pui See

MCN, American Journal of Maternal Child Nursing. 36(6):387-394, November/December 2011.

The strict rules regarding childbirth in the Chinese culture can be comforting, or restricting.

Intrapartum Nurses' Lived Experience in a Traumatic Birthing Process

Goldbort, Joanne; Knepp, Amy; Mueller, Carla; More

MCN, American Journal of Maternal Child Nursing. 36(6):373-380, November/December 2011.

We know that traumatic births affect the mothers and families involved, but what happens to the nurses who are working with these mothers?

Intrapartum Nurses' Lived Experience in a Traumatic Birthing Process

Goldbort, Joanne; Knepp, Amy; Mueller, Carla; More

MCN, American Journal of Maternal Child Nursing. 36(6):373-380, November/December 2011.

We know that traumatic births affect the mothers and families involved, but what happens to the nurses who are working with these mothers?

Computer Fetal Heart Rate Pattern Analysis

McCartney, Patricia Robin

MCN, American Journal of Maternal Child Nursing. 36(6):397, November/December 2011.

Intrapartum nurses learn how to read fetal heart rate patterns, and now there is software which proposes to analyze the patterns for us.

Intrapartum Nurses' Lived Experience in a Traumatic Birthing Process

Goldbort, Joanne; Knepp, Amy; Mueller, Carla; More

MCN, American Journal of Maternal Child Nursing. 36(6):373-380, November/December 2011.

We know that traumatic births affect the mothers and families involved, but what happens to the nurses who are working with these mothers?

Intrapartum Nurses' Lived Experience in a Traumatic Birthing Process

Goldbort, Joanne; Knepp, Amy; Mueller, Carla; More

MCN, American Journal of Maternal Child Nursing. 36(6):373-380, November/December 2011.

We know that traumatic births affect the mothers and families involved, but what happens to the nurses who are working with these mothers?

Breastfeeding Knowledge of University Nursing Students

Ahmed, Azza; Bantz, Diana; Richardson, Clara

MCN, American Journal of Maternal Child Nursing. 36(6):361-367, November/December 2011.

Nursing students were found to have general information about the benefits of breastfeeding, but little knowledge about physiology or breastfeeding management.

Survey of Adolescent Views of Healthy Eating During Pregnancy

Wise, Nancy J.; Arcamone, Angelina A.

MCN, American Journal of Maternal Child Nursing. 36(6):381-386, November/December 2011.

Most teenagers eat poorly, yes? But do pregnant teens take their pregnancies into consideration when choosing foods to eat?

Perceptions of Giving Birth and Adherence to Cultural Practices in Chinese Women

Callister, Lynn Clark; Eads, Megan Nicole; Yeung Diehl, Jenny Pui See

MCN, American Journal of Maternal Child Nursing. 36(6):387-394, November/December 2011.

The strict rules regarding childbirth in the Chinese culture can be comforting, or restricting.

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