3 edition of Health care for pregnant adolescents found in the catalog.
Health care for pregnant adolescents
Anne M. Dellinger
2001 by Institute of Government, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in Chapel Hill .
Written in English
|Statement||Anne Dellinger and Arlene M. Davis.|
|Contributions||Davis, Arlene M., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Institute of Government.|
|LC Classifications||KFN7491.M5 D45 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 67 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||67|
|LC Control Number||2002511958|
adolescents in the United States in , according to the U.S. Census Bureau.2 The adolescent patient is recognized as having distinctive needs3,4 due to: (1) a potentially high caries rate; (2) increased risk for traumatic injury and periodontal Adolescent Oral Health :// Medical Care of the Pregnant Patient is an excellent guide for any practitioner whose practice entails the care of women who may become pregnant. It is an evidence-based, timely, and well-organized resource that will assist physicians in providing optimal care for pregnant women with serious preexisting or newly developed medical › Books › New, Used & Rental Textbooks › Medicine & Health Sciences. STDs. Adolescents in correctional care facilities report having become involved in sexual behavior at earlier ages and having had greater rates of STDs than do nondelinquent adolescents. 8 Two recent studies of adolescent males in detention centers substantiated previously documented findings of high rates of STDs in this population. In one study, 9 evidence of at least 1 current STD was found Pregnant and newly delivered adolescents’ experiences of childbearing and their encounters with health care providers were studied using qualitative interviews (II). Health care providers’ perspective on adolescent sexual and reproductive health (ASRH) and views on how to improve the quality of abortion care was explored in focus group
Between and 19 studies were reported that related to option consideration by pregnant adolescents. These studies were primarily quantitative and disclosed a number of variables such as education, SES, family structure, age, school achievement and goals, and religion that were found to be predictors of pregnancy decisions for the /adoption-as-an-option-for-unmarried-pregnant-teens.
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Get this from a library. Health care for pregnant adolescents: a legal guide. [Anne M Dellinger; Arlene M Davis; University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Institute of Government.] ABSTRACT: Clinicians who provide care for incarcerated women should be aware of the special health care needs of pregnant incarcerated women and the specific issues related to the use of restraints during pregnancy and the postpartum period.
The use of restraints on pregnant incarcerated women and adolescents may not only compromise health care but is demeaning and rarely :// Guidance/Committee Opinion/Articles// Health Care for Pregnant Adolescents A LEGAL GUIDE FOR HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS Anne Dellinger and Arlene M.
Davis Institute of Government Septem The authors express deep appreciation to the Institute of Government and to the Reynolds Foundation,the Karl and Anna Ginter Foundation,and the Mary Norris Preyer Fund for Explains legal issues involved in providing health care to pregnant adolescents and identifies certain resources for health providers who care for these patients.
Intended for nurses, physicians, social workers, students in those professions, health administrators, and :// Guideline on Oral Health Care for the Pregnant Adolescent. Originating Council. Council on Clinical Affairs, Committee on the Adolescent.
Adopted. Revised. Purpose. The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD), as the oral health advocate for infants, children, adolescents, Prevention of Pregnancy in Adolescents 12–17 years policy statement supports the provision of emergency contraception to adolescents and provides guidance to adolescent health care providers on its prescription in advance of need in addition to routine counseling.
When consulted by a pregnant adolescent, pediatricians should be able /Clinical-Care-Guidelines/ Quality of care for pregnant women and newborns—the WHO vision Ӧ Tunc alp,a WM Were,b C MacLennan,b OT Oladapo,a AM Gulmezoglu,€ a R Bahl,b B Daelmans,b M Mathai,b L Say,a F Kristensen,c M Temmerman,a F Bustreoc a Department of Reproductive Health and Research including UNDP/UNFPA/UNICEF/WHO/World Bank Special Programme of Research, Development and /?ua=1.
This document is designed to draw the attention of policy makers and programme managers to the need to improve care for pregnant adolescents, both inside and outside the health care system. In doing so, they can contribute to the Millennium Development Goals, connect services better with adolescents, and take steps that will improve maternal Trustworthy guidance spanning every aspect of adolescent health care.
Unlike other adolescent medicine references, the all-new AAP Textbook of Adolescent Care is an action-oriented working tool expressly built for efficient, on-target clinical problem-solving.
Broad scope - Nearly chapters cover physical growth and development, examination and laboratory screening, sexual development Strengthen Primary Health services to deliver integrated nutrition and health interventions for women of reproductive age, pregnant women, and lactating mothers I.
n the past, low levels of public investment on health in Pakistan have been seen to affect the outreach, quality, and sustainability of essential health and nutrition services under Nursing Care for Pregnant Adolescents Kristen S. Montgomery Although the physical care of pregnant adoles-cents is similar to that required by adult women, ado-lescents have additional unique needs.
Adolescents often need more support and extensive teaching dur-ing pregnancy and the postpartum. Moreover, ado-(15)/pdf. 1. Provide counseling to a young, pregnant adolescent. Understand issues of confidentiality as they pertain to adolescents. List risk factors for adolescent pregnancy.
Understand some primary prevention strategies for teen pregnancy. Overview of Adolescent Pregnancy Case: A 14 year old female comes to the clinic for a missed For pregnant adolescents who smoke, various programs can be recommended. Albrecht, Higgins, and Lebow () found that pregnant adolescents who participated in a Teen FreshStart program or Teen FreshStart with Buddy program had higher knowledge levels when compared with a control group who received standard care.
In this study, adolescents HOOVER ADGER JR., HAROLYN M.E. BELCHER, in Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics, Health professionals, including primary care pediatricians and developmental-behavioral pediatricians, encounter large numbers of children, adolescents, pregnant women, and other family members or adult caretakers who have or are affected by alcohol and other drug-related :// Results: A large proportion of the women were well informed about certain health issues of pregnancy such as dietary intake of essential foods like dairy products (%), Protein-rich foods (%) and fruits (%), the hours of daily rest necessary (%), the need for exercise (%), the importance and timing of antenatal visits, the risk of smoking in pregnancy (%) and proper Health care for pregnant adolescents 98 This book is the result of important contributions from many people.
We wish to express our heartfelt appreciation to all those who LAWS AND POLICIES AFFECTING ADOLESCENT HEALTH This study looks at the way laws and policies throughout the world.
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Box New York, NYU.S.A. Riverside Court, Flat #3, Riverside Drive Tel. () Nairobi, Kenya Fax: () Tel: () or Teenagers, Health Care & the Law: A Guide to the Law on Minors’ Rights in New York State Section II also discusses adolescents who are married, pregnant, parents, emancipated or “mature” and therefore may have the right to The endnotes at the back of the book offer more detailed information and provide relevant legal citations Method.
This is a descriptive and cross-sectional study with a quantitative approach; it was conducted at a district health unit that attends a large contingent of pregnant adolescents; the source of secondary data was the Declaration of Live-Born in ().The study defines adolescents as individuals aged between 10 and 19 years ().The district health services chosen were: one Basic Health Health care professionals and health care organizations and institutions can be major assets in a community’s efforts to pre-vent teen pregnancy.
While females, pregnant and parenting adolescents, and parents of ado-lescents from urban and subur-ban neighborhoods. It I, Michelle Olivia Erasmus, declare that The barriers to access for maternal health care amongst pregnant adolescents in the Mitchells Plain Sub-district, is my own work, that is has not been submitted before for any degree or examination at any other university, and that all sources I have used or quoted have been :// Reproductive health care for adolescent girls who are not pregnant is practically nonexistent in Tanzania.
Healthcare access for pregnant young women is also limited. Targeted changes to increase clinic accessibility and to provide reproductive health education to all rather than only pregnant women have the potential to address these :// Most teenage girls don't plan to get pregnant, but many do.
Teen pregnancies carry extra health risks to both the mother and the baby. Often, teens don't get prenatal care soon enough, which can lead to problems later on. They have a higher risk for GKAS volunteers provide free dental health education, screenings, preventive care, and/or treatment for MMWR ;55(RR14); These recommendations for human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) testing are intended for all health-care providers in the public and private sectors, including those working in hospital emergency departments, urgent care clinics, inpatient services, substance abuse treatment clinics, public health clinics, community clinics, correctional health-care facilities, and Thompson, ).
These pregnant young women are at an increased risk for low birth weight infants and a high infant mortality due to inadequate health care, poor dietary habits, and a knowledge deficit related to maintaining good health during pregnancy and to care of the infant and growing ://?article=&context=final-projects.
out by the Family Health Strategy nurses with adolescents during the prenatal. Differentiated Prenatal Care for Adolescents In this category, it was observed that the professionals interviewed have a concern to a different prenatal care, given that it is a pregnant adolescent needing careful attention, tions for pregnant adults and adolescents.
Maternal and Child Health Journal 22(1)– This article discusses the importance of comprehen-sive oral health coverage for pregnant adults and pregnant adolescents under various types of health insurance coverage.
The article provides background about the importance and safety of oral health care Efforts over the past decade to reduce adverse outcomes for pregnant women and newborns have been directed at increasing skilled birth attendance.
1, 2 This has resulted in higher rates of births in health facilities in all regions. 3 The proportion of deliveries reportedly attended by skilled health personnel in developing countries rose from Introduction.
Ensuring that adolescents have access to health care, including reproductive health care, has been a long-standing objective of the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP).
1 Timely access to medical care is especially important for pregnant teenagers because of the significant medical, personal, and social consequences of adolescent :// Revised Recommendations for HIV Testing of Adults, Adolescents, and Pregnant Women in Health-Care Settings Prepared by Bernard M.
Branson, MD 1 H. Hunter Handsfield, MD2 Margaret A. Lampe, MPH1 Robert S. Janssen, MD1 Allan W. Taylor, MD1 Sheryl B. Lyss, MD1 Jill E. Clark, MPH3 Jane Meschan Foy, MD, FAAP, has spent more than 35 years in pediatric primary care, public health, administration, and medical teaching.
Her special interests include mental health services in pediatric primary care and school settings, access to health care for underserved populations, primary care of children with special health care needs, and residency training in mental health, community › Books › New, Used & Rental Textbooks › Medicine & Health Sciences.
Adversities and mental health needs of pregnant adolescents in Kenya: identifying interpersonal, practical, and cultural barriers to care Judith Osok1, Pius Kigamwa2, Keng-Yen Huang3, Nancy Grote4 and Manasi Kumar5* Abstract Background: Adolescent pregnancies present a great public health burden in Kenya and Sub-Saharan Africa (UNFPA, Two groups of pregnant adolescents enrolled in the St.
Paul, Minnesota Maternal and Infant Care Project were involved in this study. A retrospective analysis of obstetrical summary sheets of delivered pregnant adolescents was conducted to demonstrate the relationship of the availability of a comprehensive, interdisciplinary program of prenatal care in a regular public school setting to the Session 7.
Ethical Issues in the Care of Adolescents Margaret R. Moon, MD, MPH, FAAP Overview Caring for adolescent patients can be one of the most rewarding experiences in pediatrics. A competent and confident approach to the adolescent patient must include an understanding of the ethics issues that arise in everyday adolescent :// revised recommendations for hiv testing of adults, adolescents and pregnant women in health care settings dissemination “this information is distributed solely for the purpose of pre-review under applicable information quality guidelines.
it has not been formally disseminated by the centers for disease control and :// Understanding how pregnant adolescents access such health programs is also key, however, to find ways to better suit their needs. If younger mothers access these services yet remain unable to adequately care for themselves or their children, enhanced approaches that also engage their families are urgently :// All recruited adolescents were pregnant for the first time and screened positive on the nine-item Patient Health Questionnaire (PHQ-9) with 16% of participants interviewed in a descriptive survey in the same Kangemi primary health facility found to be severely depressed (Osok et al., Depression and its psychosocial risk factors in pregnant Health care, family planning and STD services.
Find a health center for well-child checkups and exams.; Understand family planning service options. Get more information on the types of birth control available and their effectiveness at preventing pregnancy from the Office of Population Affairs and the Office on Women’s Health webpages on contraception and family :// This comprehensive book thoroughly addresses all aspects of health care transition of adolescents and young adults with chronic illness or disability; and includes the framework, tools and case-based examples needed to develop and evaluate a Health Care Transition (HCT) planning program that can be implemented regardless of a patient’s disease or › Medicine › Psychiatry.
This ground-breaking resource focuses on primary and secondary prevention, guiding pediatric care clinicians in incorporating mental health screening and surveillance into well child visits and provides evidence-based interventions to care for children and adolescents with mental health ://Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text ://This comprehensive book thoroughly addresses all aspects of health care transition of adolescents and young adults with chronic illness or disability; and includes the framework, tools and case-based examples needed to develop and evaluate a Health Care Transition (HCT) planning program that can be implemented regardless of a patient’s disease or ://