Sheneika Walker

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This qualitative study explores smoking cessation during pregnancy and the factors that contribute to remaining smoke-free and relapsing. Ninety-four women attending prenatal clinics in central North Carolina who had quit smoking before 30 weeks gestation were enrolled in an observational study that included a face-to-face interview at 4 months postpartum.(More)
There are some elderly patients who receive social work services during an initial hospitalization and experience an early unplanned readmission, when they again are in need of social work assistance. This research identified factors which differentiated social work patients who were readmitted to the hospital within one month and were again referred to(More)
In the Western world, there is increasing concern regarding the ability of health care professionals to meet the physical health care needs of those diagnosed with mental illness. This discussion paper seeks to explore some of the issues facing mental health nurses in delivering care to those who have both mental and physical illness. Criticism of the(More)
Attitudes toward the disabled in Ghana were evaluated among college students majoring in general education (experimental group, special education, administration, and medicine). Eight questions were asked on a general questionnaire that pertained to attitudes, contact and knowledge about the handicapped. The findings revealed a negative correlation between(More)
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