Samantha Steele

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  • S Steele
  • Issues in comprehensive pediatric nursing
  • 1989
Phenylketonuria (PKU) is estimated to occur in 1 in 8,000 to 20,000 live births. Newborn screening identifies these children and proper dietary management changes the course of their lives from mental retardation to normal intelligence. However, there are many factors that influence whether the family and the person with PKU will cope satisfactorily with(More)
  • S Steele
  • Issues in comprehensive pediatric nursing
  • 1991
Nurse case managers assist families with children with special health-care problems to receive services. This article describes the families and services provided in a parent-infant enrichment program in a rural setting. The interdisciplinary program encourages a parent-provider supportive case management model based on a realistic assessment of the(More)
OBJECTIVES Persons engaged in the sex industry are at greater risk of HIV and other sexually transmitted infections than the general population. One major factor is exposure to higher levels of risky sexual activity. Expanding condom use is a critical prevention strategy, but this requires negotiation with those buying sex, which takes place in the context(More)
  • S Steele
  • Issues in comprehensive pediatric nursing
  • 1990
Assessment is an important component of nursing management of at-risk children. Low socioeconomic status and intrauterine growth retardation are often considered to be risk factors for developmental disabilities. Home visitation is often suggested as a way to assess adult-child interactions. In this article, the author provides information about assessments(More)