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Although the literature reflects wide use of the term family health, the concept is ambiguous and lacks conceptual clarity. An ethnographic study about family health was conducted to identify how family health was actually defined and practiced within family households. Multiple members of rural...
An ethnographic study of families who used hospice services was conducted to identify how families defined and practiced family health during a time of family transition. Eight families (N = 29) who recently experienced the death of a family member participated in three interviews. Key findings...
An ethnographic study completed in an Appalachian county in southeastern Ohio included eight families (N = 25) and community informants. The purpose of the study was to identify ways economically disadvantaged families with young children defined family health within household contexts. Families...
An ethnographic approach was used to obtain knowledge from the perspective of Mexican American first-time parents about the meaning of family health stated in their own words. The study was conducted in the Sullivan Division of Hidalgo County, Texas. Twenty-six families were followed...
This article describes the evolution of family nursing in Japan. It situates the unfolding of practice, education, and theory development of family nursing in Japan in relationship with development of family nursing in other countries.
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