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November-December 2004 - Volume 29 - Issue 6
pp: 342-416

Editorial


SECOND OPINION


Children, Libraries, and Filtering Software: Should We Regulate the Internet?

Pounds, Kathy

MCN, The American Journal of Maternal/Child Nursing. 29(6):346, November-December 2004.

Everyone is talking about it, and politicians have this on their radar. Should the Internet be censored for children?

Infant Nutrition


Safety of New Ingredients in Infant Formula: The Discussion Continues

Morin, Karen

MCN, The American Journal of Maternal/Child Nursing. 29(6):404, November-December 2004.

It seems that we’re constantly hearing about new infant formulas with special ingredients. How can we evaluate if they are, indeed, safe?

THE NEW networking


2004 AUTHOR AND SUBJECT INDEXES: PDF Only


toward evidence-based PRACTICE


Perinatal Patient Safety



Rush SpecialKare Keepsakes: Families Celebrating the NICU Journey

Schwarz, Brooke; Fatzinger, Cindi; Meier, Paula P.

MCN, The American Journal of Maternal/Child Nursing. 29(6):354-361, November-December 2004.

You’ll be so happy that you read this article about this very special program developed by nurses for NICU parents.

LOCAL HEALTH DEPARTMENTS: An Underrecognized Resource for Women at High Risk for Preterm Birth

Corrarino, Jane E.; Moos, Merry-K.

MCN, The American Journal of Maternal/Child Nursing. 29(6):366-372, November-December 2004.

Do you know the role that local health departments play in caring for women who desperately require comprehensive prenatal care?

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

Tiedje, Linda Beth

MCN, The 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.

MONITORING THE PRETERM FETUS DURING LABOR

Simpson, Kathleen Rice

MCN, The American Journal of Maternal/Child Nursing. 29(6):380-388, November-December 2004.

What is the evidence for nursing care of the woman and fetus during a preterm labor? Are there different monitoring parameters for a preterm fetus?

Listening to Women at Risk for Preterm Birth: Their Perceptions of Barriers to Effective Care and Nurse Telephone Interventions

Moore, Mary Lou; Ketner, Mona; Walsh, Kathie; More

MCN, The American Journal of Maternal/Child Nursing. 29(6):391-397, November-December 2004.

The women in this large study talked extensively to nurses about barriers to effective prenatal care and about their reactions to the nurse telephone intervention.

Parenting the Post-NICU Premature infant

Bakewell-Sachs, Susan; Gennaro, Susan

MCN, The American Journal of Maternal/Child Nursing. 29(6):398-403, November-December 2004.

What happens when we discharge premature babies home after months of intensive care? What are the things we need to teach parents about this important step in their families’ lives?

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