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The difficulties and costs of ethical assessment of a national research project.

Dockerty JD, Elwood M.
PMID: 1501815
N Z Med J. 1992 Aug 12;105(939):311-3.

In 1990 we applied to the 14 area health board ethical committees for approval of a national study of childhood cancer. All the committees approved the study, but the process was time consuming and costly. The times taken for...

Who should accept primary responsibility for the encopretic child? A successful pediatric program based on dietary control, bowel training, and family counseling.

Hein HA, Beerends JJ.
PMID: 618700
Clin Pediatr (Phila). 1978 Jan;17(1):67-70. doi: 10.1177/000992287801700110.

Such a program was used to treat 18 encopretic children; 17 improved and 14 became completely free of soiling. Most encopretic children can be managed by pediatricians and only those children with severe emotional disorders require psychiatric referral.

The effects of mentally handicapped children on families--a conceptual review.

Byrne EA, Cunningham CC.
PMID: 2933420
J Child Psychol Psychiatry. 1985 Nov;26(6):847-64. doi: 10.1111/j.1469-7610.1985.tb00602.x.

Recent research which examines the effects of mentally handicapped children upon families is reviewed. The studies are grouped into three categories based on the underlying conceptions which appear to guide them. The first category examines which families are most...

Psychological care of neuro-oncology patients and their families.

Gardner R.
PMID: 1472842
Br J Nurs. 1992 Oct 8-21;1(11):553-6. doi: 10.12968/bjon.1992.1.11.553.

This article examines the psychological needs of neuro-oncology patients and their families and presents two case histories which illustrate the way in which patients and their families can be brought to terms with their situations through skilled nursing intervention.

A group experience for elderly patients with organic brain syndrome.

Allen KS.
PMID: 992499
Health Soc Work. 1976 Nov;1(4):61-9. doi: 10.1093/hsw/1.4.61.

No abstract available.

The community challenge to medical education in New Zealand: preparation for partnership or for servant-master status?.

Scott PJ.
PMID: 1055931
N Z Med J. 1975 Feb 12;81(533):163-8.

No abstract available.

Community intervention with the elderly: a social network approach.

Garrison JE, Howe JA.
PMID: 932383
J Am Geriatr Soc. 1976 Jul;24(7):329-33. doi: 10.1111/j.1532-5415.1976.tb06805.x.

A technique is described for using the advantages of a social systems approach when working with elderly persons in psychiatric distress. The technique is based on the assumption that the solution to a variety of human predicaments lies within...

The management of terminal illness.

Khoo Ooon Teik.
PMID: 586573
Nurs J Singapore. 1977 May;17(1):12-7.

No abstract available.

Patterns of preventive dental behavior.

Swank ME, Vernon SW, Lairson DR.
PMID: 3083472
Public Health Rep. 1986 Mar-Apr;101(2):175-84.
Free PMC Article

Preventive dental behavior was examined using data from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey of 1971-75 conducted by the National Center for Health Statistics. Most research to date has dealt with the use of all types of dental...

Mothering.

Perdue BJ, Horowitz JA, Herz F.
PMID: 587336
Nurs Clin North Am. 1977 Sep;12(3):491-502.

One can conclude that mothering as an essential component of family life will not be abolished. Attention to the skill and personal dimensions of the mothering role will insure the maintenance and growth of this valuable institution. The time...

Alcoholism is a family disease.

[No authors listed]
PMID: 586655
Nurs Mirror. 1977 Jun 23;144(25):23.

No abstract available.

Family-centred maternity care--what has happened in five years?.

Post SE, Hanvey L.
PMID: 3699288
Dimens Health Serv. 1986 Apr;63(3):14-6.

No abstract available.

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