Author pages are created from data sourced from our academic publisher partnerships and public sources.
Share This Author
Closeness and separation in neonatal intensive care
Some of the reasons why physical closeness and emotional closeness are crucial to the physical, emotional and social well‐being of both the infant and the parent are outlined. Expand
Internet-based peer support for parents: a systematic integrative review.
- Hannakaisa Niela-Vilén, A. Axelin, S. Salanterä, H. Melender
- Psychology, Medicine
- International journal of nursing studies
- 1 November 2014
Internet-based peer support is a unique form of parental support, not replacing but supplementing support offered by professionals, and was accessible despite geographical distance or time constraints. Expand
Pain assessment tools for unconscious or sedated intensive care patients: a systematic review.
- Sanna-Mari Pudas-Tähkä, A. Axelin, R. Aantaa, V. Lund, S. Salanterä
- Journal of advanced nursing
- 1 May 2009
A systematic review describing instruments developed for pain assessment in unconscious or sedated intensive care patients found all instruments were reasonably new and it was not possible to deduce their clinical utility. Expand
Oral Glucose and Parental Holding Preferable to Opioid in Pain Management in Preterm Infants
- A. Axelin, S. Salanterä, J. Kirjavainen, L. Lehtonen
- The Clinical journal of pain
- 1 February 2009
This study demonstrated that FTP is not just equal, but preferable to other pain management methods when both efficacy and safety are considered. Expand
Aiming to be a breastfeeding mother in a neonatal intensive care unit and at home: a thematic analysis of peer-support group discussion in social media.
- Hannakaisa Niela-Vilén, A. Axelin, H. Melender, S. Salanterä
- Maternal & child nutrition
- 1 October 2015
The purpose of this study was to describe the perceptions of breastfeeding mothers of preterm infants based on the postings in peer-support group discussions in social media, and to create a description of the process of breastfeeding a preterm infant from the point of view of a mother. Expand
Mothers' different styles of involvement in preterm infant pain care.
- A. Axelin, L. Lehtonen, Tiina Pelander, S. Salanterä
- Journal of obstetric, gynecologic, and neonatal…
- 1 July 2010
This study showed that mothers' are willing to actively participate in their preterm infants' pain care, however, the participation is unique according to mother and her experiences before and during NICU admission. Expand
Nurses' Perspectives on the Close Collaboration with Parents Training Program in the NICU
- A. Axelin, S. Ahlqvist-Björkroth, Wiveka Kauppila, Z. Boukydis, L. Lehtonen
- MCN. The American journal of maternal child…
- 1 July 2014
The program was able to change the nurses' attitudes and care practices, signifying a successful implementation of family-centered care, and this is achievable using a well-designed structured program that involves all staff members. Expand
Facilitated tucking as a non‐pharmacological intervention for neonatal pain relief: is it clinically feasible?
- E. Cignacco, A. Axelin, L. Stoffel, G. Sellam, K. Anand, S. Engberg
- Acta paediatrica
- 1 December 2010
Although ‘facilitated tucking’ is described as an efficient method for acute pain relief, the clinical facilitators required to successfully implement such a resource consuming‐intervention remain unclear. Expand
Determinants of tobacco-related health literacy: A qualitative study with early adolescents.
- Heidi Parisod, A. Axelin, J. Smed, S. Salanterä
- International journal of nursing studies
- 1 October 2016
The findings give a new, adolescent-oriented insight on the determinants of adolescents' health literacy, which can be used for strengthening existing adolescent-specific health literacy models, and as a basis of health literacy instrument and intervention development. Expand
'Facilitated tucking by parents' in pain management of preterm infants-a randomized crossover trial.
This study shows that parents can be given an active role in the pain care of their preterm infants and Facilitated tucking by parents is an effective and safe pain management method during suctioning of pre term infants. Expand