Anthony Lathrop

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1. In crossing strains known to diner in their tumor rates, the hybrids show in a considerable number of cases a tumor rate corresponding to the parent with a high tumor incidence; in some cases the offspring have the tumor rate of the parent with the low tumor incidence; in certain cases the tumor rate of the offspring is intermediate between those of the(More)
Simulation-based learning is an emerging learning modality with promising potential for certified nurse-midwife (CNM) and certified midwife (CM) education. Unlike standard didactic methods, simulation-based learning affords opportunities to address multiple domains of learning and performance. Unlike standard clinical education, simulation-based learning(More)
  • A Lathrop
  • 1998
Pregnancy resulting from rape is more prevalent than generally recognized, and violations of women's sexual and reproductive self-determination take many forms. Four themes--relationship rape, power dynamics, maternal ambivalence, and social reactions and support--can be identified in one woman's experiences and the literature. Recommended interventions,(More)
OBJECTIVES (1) To broadly explore the experiences of women who chose to continue pregnancies affected by lethal fetal diagnoses and (2) to develop knowledge useful to nurses and other healthcare professionals who provide perinatal hospice (PH) care. DESIGN Qualitative descriptive study using narrative analysis. PARTICIPANTS Fifteen women who learned(More)
BACKGROUND Perinatal hospice is an option for women who learn during pregnancy that their fetuses are affected by terminal conditions and choose to continue their affected pregnancies. These women face emotional pain and the impending loss of their fetuses or infants. The aims of this study were to explore the experiences of perinatal hospice mothers, to(More)
Over the past three decades, ultrasound has played an increasing role in perinatal nursing. In obstetric triage, many clients present with indications for ultrasound. In one institution's triage unit, restrictive policies, lack of opportunities for learning skills, and an unstructured method of verifying competence created barriers to nurses learning(More)
Rates of labor induction in the United States have more than doubled in the past 2 decades. Trends of indications and risk factors related to induction of labor are also increasing. Professional organizations such as the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists and The Joint Commission have taken steps to discourage elective induction of labor(More)
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