Women's Health, Maternal/Child (OB), & Neonatal3
Here you will find research, educational, and evidence-based practice materials authored by nurses with knowledge in the clinical and educational settings and intended to address issues of interest in Women's Health, Obstetrics & Gynecology and Maternal/Child Health. This collection will disseminate materials of specific importance to practicing nurses caring for women, expecting/new mothers and newborns, assisting with labor and delivery, and educating patients regarding infant care.
Topics that can be found within this collection may include, but are not limited to:
Best Practices ♦ Birth Center Practices & Procedures ♦ Care Coordination Standards & Policies ♦ Developments, Advancements, or Updates on Nursing Care, Treatments or Procedures ♦ Evidenced-based Practice ♦ High Risk Labor & Delivery ♦ High Risk Antepartum/Post-partum ♦ Infection Control ♦ Medical Error Reduction ♦ Multidisciplinary Collaboration in Managing Patient Care ♦ Neonatal ICU ♦ Nursing Shortage (How it affects OBGYN) ♦ Nursing Roles in OBGYN ♦ Pain Management ♦ Patient/Family Support & Education ♦ Patient Monitoring (Advances in or Changes to) ♦ Patient Outcomes ♦ Standards of Care
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- Kangaroo Care and Postpartum Depression: The Role of Oxytocin
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- Skin-to-skin Contact After Birth to Promote Newborns' Vital Stabilization: An Evidence-Based Project
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- Process improvement: Increasing skin-to-skin contact during a cesarean birth