Feeding problems in infancy and early childhood: evolutionary concept analysis

@article{Estrem2017FeedingPI,
  title={Feeding problems in infancy and early childhood: evolutionary concept analysis},
  author={Hayley Henrikson Estrem and Britt Frisk Pados and Jinhee Park and Kathryn Knafl and Suzanne Thoyre},
  journal={Journal of Advanced Nursing},
  year={2017},
  volume={73},
  pages={56–70}
}
AIM The aim of this study was to report an analysis of the concept of pediatric feeding problems. BACKGROUND Reviews of the literature on pediatric feeding problems and disorders repeatedly reference the lack of a shared conceptualization of feeding problems. It is difficult to track aetiology, prevalence and incidence of a phenomenon when available definitions and diagnoses lack practical utility. DESIGN An evolutionary concept analysis. DATA SOURCES A search was conducted in October… Expand
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