Properties of a short questionnaire for assessing Primary Care experiences for children in a population survey
- Hospital and community paediatrics. // British Medical Journal;1/15/1977, Vol. 1 Issue 6054, p125
Examines the medical care for children in Great Britain. Determination of the Child Health Services Committee to improve the standard of primary care for children; Creation of trained general practitioner pediatricians and children's health visitors; Role of the hospital consultant pediatrician.
- The Children's NSF in primary care. // Primary Health Care;Dec2003, Vol. 13 Issue 10, p17
Focuses on the Children's National Service Framework in primary care in Great Britain. Role for children's nurses in primary care settings.
- SERVICES FOR CHILDREN: PRIMARY CARE. Peter, L. // BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);7/10/93, Vol. 307 Issue 6896, p117
Focuses on the primary care services for children provided by general practitioners and community child health staff. Provision of preventive and curative medicine; Accessibility of consultation; Flexibility of the appointment systems.
- Brief report: learning to parent: a survey of parents in an urban pediatric primary care clinic. Schultz, JR; Vaughn, LM // Journal of Pediatric Psychology;Oct99, Vol. 24 Issue 5
Presents the results of a survey of parents bringing children to an urban pediatric primary care clinic. Learning parental skills; Role of the clinic in teaching parenting; Helpfulness of information sources; Modalities of teaching preferred.
- Extended pediatric office hours said to trim ER visits. // Journal of Business (10756124);7/3/2013, Vol. 28 Issue 14, pB4
The article focuses on a study by child health experts at the University of Michigan's C.S. Mott Children's Hospital and Johns Hopkins University, published in the "Journal of Pediatrics," which reveals that extending children's primary care office hours can reduce emergency department visits.
- Starship touches down in Tamaki. Cameron, Amanda // New Zealand Doctor;2/28/2007, p10
The article reports on a primary care scheme at Tamaki Healthcare primary health organizations (PHO) in Auckland, New Zealand. Under the scheme, enrolled children can see a Starship Children's Hospital's pediatrician who visits general practices in the area. A nurse practitioner at the PHO...
- Foster Child Health and Development: Implications for Primary Care. Kools, Susan; Kennedy, Christine // Pediatric Nursing;Jan/Feb2003, Vol. 29 Issue 1, p39
Focuses on foster child health and development in the U.S. Health problems faced by children in foster care; Relationship between length of time in care and number of placements; Discussion on the physical health status of children in foster care; Common profile of mental health problems...
- Your role in child health. Selby, Mary // Practice Nurse;8/14/2009, Vol. 38 Issue 3, p19
This article discusses the nurse's role in child health. Great Britain's Child Health Promotion Programme covers reactive and preventive medical care for children from in the womb to 18 years old. Such care requires not only teams within the health service but also between the health service and...
- Improving our children's health. Polak, Monika // GP: General Practitioner;4/21/2003, p21
This article focuses on children's health tsar about children in primary care. National clinical director for children's servicesProfessor Al Aynsley-Green sees it as a 'first step' on the road to improving the lives and health of children throughout England. He states "The challenge for us is...