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  • 1.   An integrated mid-range theory of postpartum family development: a guide for research and practice

    The aim of this study was to examine parents' perceptions of postpartum family experiences

    J Adv Nurs, Vol: 61 Page: 38-50 January 2008
    J. Christie; B. C. Poulton; B. P. Bunting

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  • 2.   Community children's nursing in Northern Ireland: an evaluative review

    The aim of this study was to examine development of community children's nursing in Northern Ireland

    Paediatr Nurs, Vol: 19 Page: 25-7 February 2007
    D. Corkin; J. Chambers

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  • 3.   Focusing on families

    This article describes the formulating and delivering of child and family centred policies and practice through close partnership working as reported at the sixth Northern Ireland Community Nursing Network Conference

    Community Practitioner, Vol: 77 Page: 124-126 2004
    E. White

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  • 4.   From one mother to another

    From one mother to another -Peer Assistance Programs

    Nursing in the Community, Vol: 7 Page: 8-10 2006
    B. Molloy

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  • 5.   Give deprived communities more educational openings, says CNO There was no 'golden age' of training, claims Brimblecombe

    This article reports on the importance of educational initiatives in improving the mental and physical health of people living in deprived communities as discussed in a conference at the Europa Hotel in Northern Ireland.

    Mental Health Practice, Vol: 9 Page: 6-6
    Ian McMillan

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  • 6.   Health visitors play key role in SBS prevention and education

    The article discusses lack of policy on the need to advise parents and carers on the dangers involved in shaking babies

    Community Practitioner, Vol: 76 Page: 325-326 2003
    C. Reid; B. Coyle

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  • 7.   News

    News:Child Safety

    Community Practitioner, Vol: 81 Page: 4 2008

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  • 8.   Participatory nurse/client relationships: perceptions of public health nurses and mothers of vulnerable families

    The aim of this study was to determine similarities in perceptions on participation between nurses and mothers of vulnerable families

    Appl Nurs Res, Vol: 21 Page: 169-72 August 2008
    H. Mulcahy; G. McCarthy

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  • 9.   Professional carers' experiences of providing a pediatric palliative care service in Ireland

    This article discusses professional carers' experiences of providing a pediatric palliative care service in Ireland

    Qual Health Res, Vol: 17 Page: 1219-31 November 2007
    J. Clarke; S. Quin

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  • 10.   The evolving role of community nurses for people with learning disabilities: changes over an 11-year period

    The aim of this study was to examine caseload and working practices of community nurses for people with learning disabilities over an 11-year period

    J Clin Nurs, Vol: 15 Page: 72-82 January 2006
    O. Barr

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  • 11.   Valuing communication

    The article discusses this year's Northern Ireland Community Nursing Network Conference, with one of the central themes the importance of effective communication in delivering health care.

    Community Practitioner, Vol: 78 Page: 121-123 2005
    G. Donaghy

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