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The Role of Felt or Enacted Criticism in Parents' Decision Making in Differing Contexts and Communities: Toward a Formal Grounded Theory.
Felt or enacted criticism was identified as a significant influence on White British parents' decision making during acute childhood illness in a substantive grounded theory "Containing acute childhood illness within family ...
Development and evaluation of a hospital discharge information package to empower parents in caring for a child with a fever.
OBJECTIVES: First, to explore parents' views on and experiences of managing their febrile child and to assess their behaviour and needs when in search of information about fever; second, to develop and evaluate a hospital ...
Obesity and caries in four-to-six year old English children: a cross-sectional study.
BACKGROUND: Obesity and caries are common conditions in childhood and can have significant implications on children's wellbeing. Evidence into their association remains conflicting. Furthermore, studies examining the ...