Does prenatal and infancy nurse home visitation have enduring effects on qualities of parental caregiving and child health at 25 to 50 months of life ?
To examine, during the 3rd and 4th years of life, the health, development, rates of child maltreatment, and living conditions of children who had been enrolled in a randomized trial of nurse home visitation during pregnancy and first 2 years of their lives.
Prospective follow-up of families who had been randomly assigned to nurse-visited and comparison conditions.
Study conducted in semirural community in upstate New York.
Families dispersed among 14 other states during 2-year period after children second birthdays.
Four hundred women were recruited through a health department antepartum clinic and offices of private obstetricians and were registered before 30th week of pregnancy.
Mots-clés Pascal : Enfant battu syndrome, Enfant maltraité, Soin, Enfant, Santé, Prévention, Relation parent enfant, Nourrisson, Sécurité, Accident domestique, Infirmier, Intervention, A domicile, Système santé, Personnel sanitaire, Développement psychomoteur, Relation soignant famille, Homme
Mots-clés Pascal anglais : Child abuse syndrome, Child abuse, Care, Child, Health, Prevention, Parent child relation, Infant, Safety, Household accident, Nurse, Operation, At home, Health system, Health staff, Psychomotor development, Health staff family relation, Human
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Cote : 94-0160226
Code Inist : 002B30A03B. Création : 199406.