Sara Sauder

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We sought to assess the feasibility and document key study processes of a problem-solving intervention to prevent depression among low-income mothers of preterm infants. A randomized controlled pilot trial (n = 50) of problem-solving education (PSE) was conducted. We assessed intervention provider training and fidelity; recruitment and retention of(More)
OBJECTIVE Maternal depression is common among mothers of very low birthweight (VLBW) infants. In a cohort of mother-VLBW infant dyads followed to preschool age, the authors assessed the impact of maternal depression on mothers' perceptions of their children's social aptitude and reported participation in age-appropriate preschool activities. METHODS(More)
S creening for maternal depression in clinical and community settings has been the topic of numerous recent studies and an important component of the 2009 Institute of Medicine report Depression in Parents, Parenting, and Children. According to the report, however, studies of maternal depression screening have largely ignored the implications of comorbid(More)
Institutional review boards (IRBs) protect human research subjects by reviewing research to ensure compliance with federal regulations and institutional policies. One of the most important functions of IRBs is to ensure that investigators anticipate, plan for, and minimize risks to subjects. Under certain circumstances, however, participation in research(More)
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