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Chronic sorrow is a concept that describes parental psychologic reaction to a child who has special health needs. The term can be applied to all types of chronic disabilities regardless of their degree of severity. The term was conceptualized in the early 1960s, but the research momentum has just recently begun.
Smoking prevention programs are valuable in promoting life-long health behaviors in pediatric populations. Currently, social learning theory is the most common framework used for smoking prevention programs. Smoking prevention programs have reported varied results and have used different delivery and research techniques. The nurse is in an optimal position… (More)