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Structured Learning and Self‐Reflection: Strategies to Decrease Anxiety in the Psychiatric Mental Health Clinical Nursing Experience
Aim. The purpose of this qualitative study was to test a teaching‐learning strategy to help nursing students decrease stress and anxiety that may be brought about by the psychiatric mental healthExpand
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A Case Study of Postpartum Depression & Altered Maternal‐Newborn Attachment
  • C. Zauderer
  • Medicine
  • MCN. The American journal of maternal child…
  • 1 May 2008
This article presents a case study of a new mother experiencing postpartum depression and altered attachment with her newborn. Theories related to postpartum depression and maternal-newbornExpand
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Cinematic Technology: The Role of Visual Learning
Using movies as a classroom teaching strategy can provide a dynamic learning experience that engages students in learning complex material and enhances and visually illustrates lecture content. TheExpand
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United we stand: preparing nursing students for political activism.
Political activism for healthcare workers is a crucial complement to clinical practice. Nurses are in a unique position to not only provide bedside care but also to advocate for change within theExpand
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Maternity care for Orthodox Jewish couples: implications for nurses in the obstetric setting.
  • C. Zauderer
  • Medicine
  • Nursing for women's health
  • 1 April 2009
Nurses who provide maternity care in the United States come into contact with couples from a vast array of religious and ethnic cultures. By becoming acquainted with some of their beliefs andExpand
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The Lived Experience of Postpartum Depression in Orthodox Jewish Women
The purpose of this study was to gain an understanding of postpartum depression as experienced by Orthodox Jewish women. Using a phenomenological approach, a sample of twelve Orthodox Jewish womenExpand
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Cesarean Mothers’ Perception of Benefits Associated With Skin-to-Skin Contact
Methods Part 1: descriptive statistics; Practice, Reflection, Education and Training Immersion Method (August 13-17, 2010); barriers and potential solutions identified by staff; comments aboutExpand
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Treating postpartum depression and anxiety naturally.
Postpartum depression and or perinatal mood disorders are complex phenomena with numerous interrelated factors. Approximately 13% of women experience some degree of depression following childbirth.Expand
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A quality improvement project focused on women's perceptions of skin-to-skin contact after cesarean birth.
A quality improvement (QI) project was designed to identify women's perceptions of the benefits of skin-to-skin contact with newborns immediately following cesarean birth. Women reported positiveExpand
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Postpartum Depression: How Childbirth Educators Can Help Break the Silence
  • C. Zauderer
  • Medicine
  • Journal of Perinatal Education
  • 1 January 2009
The voices of women suffering from postpartum depression are often silent. Women are reluctant to reveal to others that they are unhappy after the birth of their babies. Much has been written onExpand
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