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During four qualitative research studies on pregnancy after perinatal loss, parents spoke of their dead babies and various ways they remembered them. Thus, they were a continued part of their lives. A secondary analysis was done of all relevant data and is reported here. The overall finding was...
Families caring for loved ones with dementia encounter multiple challenges. This study aimed to describe experiences of families seeking diagnosis and subsequent care and treatment for relatives with dementia. Using a descriptive qualitative approach, 14 family caregivers living in diverse areas...
The purpose of this study was to explore relationships between differences in perceptions of mothers and fathers and self-concept and symptoms of depression, respectively, in 69 youth with epilepsy. Multiple regression was used to test whether the absolute difference scores between mothers’ and...
The purpose of this study was to describe the lived experiences of homeless women with preschool children living in temporary shelters. Two shelters were selected as sites for data collection: a large metropolitan shelter housing up to 110 women and children and a small shelter providing housing...
This article describes recent innovations and shifts in the family skills labs that have been offered since 1995 in the undergraduate family nursing curriculum at the University of Calgary. The authors describe a shift from a strict adherence to role play as a way to teach and hone skills in...
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