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The purpose of this study was to evaluate Family Systems Nursing interventions using a methodological approach based on Guba and Lincoln’s fourth generation evaluation. The project involved five families in which one member had suffered either a myocardial infarction or a stroke. In this...
This study was designed as the qualitative arm of a larger quantitative study (N= 156) of the relationships among social role quality, physical health, and psychological well-being of women living with rheumatoid arthritis (RA). A subset of 20 midlife and late-life women from this larger sample...
Using the process of constant comparative analysis to examine interview data, the current study explored the process of taking on and continuing to give care to mothers with dementia. The sample consisted of 19 daughters and 1 daughter-in-law; all but one were living with the mother. The core...
The purpose of this project was to examine parents’ descriptions of the ways family and friends supported them after they had experienced a perinatal loss. For this project, a secondary analysis of data from two phenomenological studies on perinatal loss was performed. A combined total of 62...
The purpose of the study was to examine the process of mothering a child who is dependent on parenteral nutrition (PN). Nineteen mothers of children who were currently or had been recently dependent on PN were interviewed to determine the practice and interpretation of their mothering role....
The availability of psychometrically sound family measures that are appropriate for parents and their children is limited. As a result, children’s perspectives of their families, including their efforts to promote health, are virtually absent in the scientific literature. The 21-item Health...
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