Parental caregiving and developmental outcomes of infants of mothers with HIV.

@article{HolditchDavis2001ParentalCA,
  title={Parental caregiving and developmental outcomes of infants of mothers with HIV.},
  author={Diane L Holditch-Davis and Margaret Shandor Miles and Margaret Burchinal and Karen O'Donnell and R. Scott McKinney and Wei-yen Lim},
  journal={Nursing research},
  year={2001},
  volume={50 1},
  pages={5-14}
}
BACKGROUND All infants exposed to human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) prenatally, even those who do not become infected, are at risk for developmental problems because of poverty, prenatal substance abuse, and maternal illness. OBJECTIVES The purpose was to describe the development of infants of mothers with HIV and to determine, using hierarchical linear models, the longitudinal effects of child characteristics, parental caregiver characteristics, family characteristics, and parenting quality… CONTINUE READING