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Parent training interventions for parents with intellectual disability
Coren E, et al. Cochrane Database Syst Rev 2018 - Review. PMID 30004571 Free PMC article.
Another study (22 mothers, very low-quality evidence) reported improved attainment of skills related to childcare and safety, in favour of the intervention group.Secondary outcomes'Parent-child interaction': one study (40 mothers, very low-quality evidence) reported improved maternal-child interaction following parent training at 12 months follow-up. Another study (83 mothers, 2 fathers, moderate-quality evidence) reported that inclusion in the intervention group led to a steeper decline in parenting stress related to the child compared to the control group.'...
Another study (22 mothers, very low-quality evidence) reported improved attainment of skills related to childcare and safety, in favo …
Parent Education for Migrant Mothers of Left-Behind Children in China: A Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial.
To SM, et al. Fam Process 2019 - Clinical Trial. PMID 29897622
On the basis of the results of a pilot randomized controlled trial, the study reported here involved examining the possible outcomes and feasibility of a parent education program for rural-to-urban migrant mothers of left-behind children in China. ...Overall, the results corroborate the feasibility of examining the current program for migrant mothers in China in a full trial. ...
On the basis of the results of a pilot randomized controlled trial, the study reported here involved examining the possible outcomes and fea …
Effects of extended childbirth education by midwives on the childbirth fear of first-time mothers: an RCT.
Haapio S, et al. Scand J Caring Sci 2017 - Clinical Trial. PMID 27439382
OBJECTIVE: This study evaluates how extended childbirth education intervention affects first-time mothers' fear of childbirth and its manifestation during pregnancy. ...The mothers were randomly assigned into an intervention group (n = 338) or a control group (n = 321). The control group received all available regular childbirth education. ...
OBJECTIVE: This study evaluates how extended childbirth education intervention affects first-time mothers' fear of childbirth …
[Effects of a maternal sexuality education program for mothers of preschoolers].
Lee EM and Kweon YR. J Korean Acad Nurs 2013 - Clinical Trial. PMID 23893227 Korean.
PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to evaluate effects of a maternal sexuality education program for mothers of preschoolers. ...CONCLUSION: These results indicate that a sexuality education program for mothers of preschoolers is effective in improving knowledge of sex, attitude toward sex, and parent-efficacy on child sexuality education. ...
PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to evaluate effects of a maternal sexuality education program for mothers of preschoole …
Child development, growth and microbiota: follow-up of a randomized education trial in Uganda.
Atukunda P, et al. J Glob Health 2019 - Clinical Trial. PMID 31131103 Free PMC article.
In this follow-up study of an open cluster-randomized intervention trial we examined the effects of an education package delivered to mothers in rural Uganda on their children's development, growth and gut microbiota at 36 months of age. ...In that trial, a nutrition, stimulation and hygiene education was delivered to mothers in the intervention group while the control group received routine health care. ...
In this follow-up study of an open cluster-randomized intervention trial we examined the effects of an education package delivered to …
Effect of Nutrition Education on Knowledge, Complementary Feeding, and Hygiene Practices of Mothers With Moderate Acutely Malnourished Children in Uganda.
Kajjura RB, et al. Food Nutr Bull 2019. PMID 31067997
OBJECTIVE: To determine whether nutrition education improves knowledge, feeding, and hygiene practices of mothers with infants and young children diagnosed with moderate acute malnutrition. ...Weekly nutrition education sessions were embedded in a supplementary porridge intervention for 3 months. Mean scores and proportions for knowledge, feeding, and hygiene practices were determined at baseline and end line. ...
OBJECTIVE: To determine whether nutrition education improves knowledge, feeding, and hygiene practices of mothers with infants …
Breastfeeding education and support for women with twins or higher order multiples.
Whitford HM, et al. Cochrane Database Syst Rev 2017 - Review. PMID 28244065 Free PMC article.
Support and education about breastfeeding has been found to improve the duration of any breastfeeding for healthy term infants and their mothers, however evidence is lacking about interventions that are effective to support women with twins or higher order multiples. ...There is a need for well-designed, adequately powered studies of interventions designed for women with twins or higher order multiples to find out what types of education and support are effective in helping these mothers to breastfeed their babies....
Support and education about breastfeeding has been found to improve the duration of any breastfeeding for healthy term infants and th …
Antenatal maternal education for improving postnatal perineal healing for women who have birthed in a hospital setting.
O'Kelly SM and Moore ZE. Cochrane Database Syst Rev 2017 - Review. PMID 29205275 Free PMC article.
The delivery of this education varies widely in type, content, and nature. This review examined antenatal education which is specifically tailored towards perineal care and wound healing in the postnatal period via formal channels. ...We also planned to consider all contact points where there was an opportunity for formal education, including midwifery appointments, antenatal education classes, obstetrician appointments, general practitioner appointments and physiotherapist appointments. ...
The delivery of this education varies widely in type, content, and nature. This review examined antenatal education which is s …
Can Increased Educational Attainment Among Lower-Educated Mothers Reduce Inequalities in Children's Skill Development?
Augustine JM and Negraia DV. Demography 2018. PMID 29282645
A rich tradition of stratification research has established a robust link between mothers' education and the skills in children that forecast children's own mobility. Yet, this research has failed to consider that many U.S. women are now completing their education after having children. Such a trend raises questions about whether increases in mothers' educational attainment can improve their children's skill development and whether these gains are enough to reduce inequalities in skills compared with children whose mothers completed the same degree before they were born. ...
A rich tradition of stratification research has established a robust link between mothers' education and the skills in childre …
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