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Within-Case and Across-Case Approaches to Qualitative Data Analysis
The generalizations developed by qualitative researchers are embedded in the contextual richness of individual experience. Qualitative data management strategies that depend solely on coding andExpand
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The parental experience of pregnancy after perinatal loss.
OBJECTIVE To review the research literature on the parental experience of pregnancy, primarily maternal, subsequent to perinatal loss. DATA SOURCES Computerized searches on CINAHL and PubMedExpand
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The Impact of Neighborhood Environment, Social Support, and Avoidance Coping on Depressive Symptoms of Pregnant African-American Women.
BACKGROUND Although depressive symptoms during pregnancy have been related to negative maternal and child health outcomes such as preterm birth, low birth weight infants, postpartum depression, andExpand
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Perinatal palliative care: Parent perceptions of caring in interactions surrounding counseling for risk of delivering an extremely premature infant.
OBJECTIVE When infants are at risk of being born at a very premature gestation (22-25 weeks), parents face important life-support decisions because of the high mortality for such infants.Expand
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Conducting End-of-Life Research
Conducting studies at the end of life is often challenging for researchers due to the sensitive nature of the research, the vulnerability of the participants and the inherent methodologicalExpand
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An Example of a Successful Research Proposal: Part I
Constance M. Dallas is a family nurse practitioner, whose research focus is on the African American adolescent childbearing family, particularly the roles and perspectives of the baby’s father.Expand
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Conducting research with end-of-life populations: overcoming recruitment challenges when working with clinical agencies.
Conducting end-of-life (EOL) research can present numerous challenges associated with recruitment and retention of research subjects. Such issues may result from working with a variety of clinicalExpand
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Provision of Services in Perinatal Palliative Care: A Multicenter Survey in the United States.
BACKGROUND Congenital anomalies account for 20% of neonatal and infant deaths in the United States. Perinatal palliative care is a recent addition to palliative care and is meant to meet the needs ofExpand
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Meaning making during parent-physician bereavement meetings after a child's death.
  • K. Meert, S. Eggly, +10 authors C. Park
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Health psychology : official journal of the…
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OBJECTIVE Our goal was to identify and describe types of meaning-making processes that occur among parents during bereavement meetings with their child's intensive care physician after their child'sExpand
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A Survey of Perinatal Palliative Care Programs in the United States: Structure, Processes, and Outcomes.
BACKGROUND Perinatal palliative care (PPC) programs are proliferating nationwide, but little is known about their structure, process, or desired outcomes, to inform future program development. Expand
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