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Background. Pacifier use decreases the risk of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS). An emergency department (ED) visit may provide an opportunistic ‘teachable moment’ for parents.Objectives. To test the hypotheses (1) that caregivers were less familiar with the...

["Emergency and Critical Care","Nursing","Pediatrics","Public Health","Respiratory Medicine"]

Infantile colic is a common disturbance occurring in the first three months of life. It is a benign condition and one of the main causes of pediatric consultation in the early part of life because of its great impact on family life. Some pediatricians are prone...

["Gastroenterology and Hepatology","Nursing","Pediatrics"]

The aim of this study was to evaluate the efficacy of the subjective Wong–Baker faces pain rating scale (WBFS) and of the objective skin conductance fluctuation (SCF) test in assessing pain in children undergoing venipuncture. One-hundred and fifty children (aged...

["Anaesthesiology and Pain Management","Nursing","Pediatrics"]

Background. Caesarean birth rates in North America continue to rise, in the absence of benefit for mothers and babies. One reason may be that hospitalized labouring women spend most of their labours in recumbent or semi-recumbent positions. Although hands-and-knees...

["Clinical Trials","Gynecology and Obstetrics","Nursing"]

["Nursing","Clinical Trials"]

Ellen Hodnett @EDHodnett

University of Toronto

Professor of Nursing, University of Toronto. Fellow, Canadian Academy of Health Sciences. Former member of the Editorial Board, Pregnancy and Childbirth Group of...

["Clinical Trials","Gynecology & Obstetrics","Nursing","Evidence Based Medicine"]

University of Pennsylvania

Professor of Nursing and the Edith Clemmer Steinbright Chair of Gerontology. Director of the Biobehavioral Research Center at the University of Pennsylvania. Fellow...



University of Kentucky

Professor of Nursing and Gill Endowed Chair of Cardiovascular Nursing at the University of Kentucky. Director of the RICH Heart Program and the Center for Biobehioral...

["Nursing","Cardiology","Evidence Based Medicine","Psychiatry & Psychology"]

["Nursing","Gynecology & Obstetrics"]

University of Toronto • The Hospital for Sick Children

Dr. Stremler’s research focuses on ways to improve sleep and health outcomes in infants, children and parents, through pregnancy and beyond, and in families with...

["Nursing","Clinical Trials","Gynecology & Obstetrics","Pediatrics","Women's Health"]

San Francisco AIDS Foundation/Magnet

["HIV","Clinical Trials","Infectious Diseases","Nursing","Public Health","Bioinformatics"]

["Psychiatry & Psychology","Nursing"]

Jørn Klungsøyr @JornKlungsoyr

University of Bergen

["Global Health","Public Health","Clinical Trials","Epidemiology","HIV","Infectious Diseases","Nursing","Nutrition","Computational Science","Human-Computer Interaction"]

Marinus Kruissen @GoneNative

GoneNative Translations

As a nurse medical assistant in Africa I became interested in global health and nursing in developing countries. As I am not working as a nurse anymore, I am now...

["Global Health","Nursing"]

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