Title Journal of Pediatric Nursing
Title BMC Pediatrics
Title The Australian journal of advanced nursing : a quarterly publication of the Royal Australian Nursing Federation
Title Paediatric Nursing skills for Australian Nurses
Title Child's Nervous System: Chns: Official Journal Of The International Society For Pediatric Neurosurgery
Title Pediatric Transplantation
Title Cancer Nursing
Title Contemporary Nurse
Title The Journal for Nurse Practitioners
Title Nurse Education Today
Keywords *nurse patient relationship
Abstract as possible to enable the development of a collaborative relationship. PURPOSE: To explore bereaved parents' perspectives of parent and staff roles in the pediatric intensive care unit when their child was dying, and their relationships with healthcare staff
Keywords *community health nursing
Abstract new mothering an isolating experience for some women. This paper reports on findings from a longitudinal qualitative study, outlining the importance of maternal & child health nurses in providing support and in facilitating links to the community
Keywords intensive care nursing
Abstract with families of critically ill children in a mixed adult-paediatric intensive care unit (ICU). DESIGN: Descriptive qualitative design. METHODOLOGY: Five PICU nurses participated in semi-structured interviews. Data were analysed using thematic analysis
Keywords pediatric surgery

A pediatric oncology nursing outreach program.   [3-Jan-2010]

Drybrough K.; Casey S.; Hamalainen T.; Di Monte B.
Keywords nurse
Abstract Purpose: A pediatric cancer diagnosis for a child and family is stressful and complex. The diagnosis impacts all areas of life including: emotions, finances, health, siblings, school, and work. Pediatric Interlink is an Ontario-based community
Keywords pediatrics

Current assessment of parental and health professional perception of the colour of neonatal vomiting: Results of a scoping survey.   [24-Nov-2021]

Chang A.; Sivasubramaniam M.; Souchon A.; Pacilli M. ; Nataraja R.M.
Abstract exact test. A p value of < 0.05 was considered to be significant. Result(s): 365 participants responded: 36% (131/365) parents, 18% (64/365) nurses and 46% (166/365) doctors. 4/365 (1%) did not state their role. 343 participants completed all questions
Keywords nurse
Abstract of this position statement: Launch of the position statement via the ANZCHOG website, promotion at relevant professional events and engaging department heads and nurse unit managers. Result(s): This project resulted in the development of a position statement from
Keywords *nursing competence
Abstract during treatment for acute lymphoblastic leukaemia (ALL). The general paediatric nurses indicated they lacked the confidence and competence to deliver this chemotherapy in the home. This project aimed to expand paediatric home-based outreach services

Evaluation of an in-hospital recreation room for hospitalised children and their families.   [22-Jun-2021]

Kelada L.; Wakefield C.E.; De Graves S. ; Treadgold C.; Dumlao G.; Schaffer M.; O'Brien T.