Irish Child Health Database - Peer Reviewed Papers
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Despite the increase in prevalence of asthma among children and the importance of appropriate professional training in asthma management, no programme of study in children's asthma care was available to nurses in Ireland. A professional development module was designed to meet the education needs of nurses caring for children with asthma and their families. The module has theoretical and more...
Republic of Ireland
Paediatr Nurs, Vol: 19 Page: 34-6 September 2007
M. Clynes; C. Barron; C. Imelda
This paper describes a study using a postal survey which was sent to health visitors throughout the UK to ascertain their knowledge, and the accessibility, of services used by young families in the areas in which health visitors practiced. The survey was an enhancement to the UK's most recent longitudinal birth cohort study--the Millennium Cohort Study. We studied differences in service more...
Practice/knowledge - knowledge and accessibility of services to young families
knowledge and accessibility of services to young families
the United Kingdom
Community Pract, Vol: 79 Page: 84-8 March 2006
A. J. Brassett-Harknett; H. Joshi; N. Butier; R. Bryar