This article discusses the current knowledge regarding congenital clubfoot, including basic pathophysiology, diagnosis, treatment, and the nurse’s role regarding care for parents.
The Journal has been an integral part of ICEA for many years. It has been an excellent resource for certified professionals and the health community. With that in mind, we have been hearing for some time that most of our certified professionals are currently accessing evidence-based information from other sources.
Care providers must be proactive in identifying and promoting support for all mothers, especially those with physical disabilities. Parents with disabilities use a variety of opportunities to promote child welfare through alternate forms of care.
Journal Highlight | The Global Impact of Intellectual Disability and Other Mental Disorders in Children
Intellectual disabilities and other mental disorders in children are serious health problems and occur in all countries. They result in profound challenges for learning and adaptive behavior and generally require professional services and treatment.
Journal Highlight | Effects of Infant Care Education on Problem Solving and Motherhood Experience: A Mixed-Methods Study
The aim of this study was to examine the effects of infant care education on mothers’ problem-solving skills and motherhood experience. A mixed method study design was used.
We, as health care professionals, serve the needs of the child-bearing family regardless of income, race, beliefs, sexual orientation, or disability.
by Gayle Yerge-Cole RN, BSN, IBCLC, Julia Gragg RN, BSN, IBCLC, and Rhonda Yono-Atisha MD IBCLC Abstract: This paper discusses the development and implementation of a childcare class. The […]
by Rezwana A. Choudhury, MPH and Hadi Danawi, PhD MPH Abstract: Maternal and infant mortalities are still a public health burden, even in the United States. Besides the mortality rates […]
Journal Highlight | Implementing a Quiet Time Intervention in a Labor-Delivery-RecoveryPostpartum Unit
by Renece Waller-Wise, MSN, RNC-OB, CNS, CLC, CNL, LCCE, FACCE, and Brenda L. Maddox, MSN/Ed, RNC-OB, C-EFM, SANE-A Abstract: The investigators conducted a study to determine if instituting an afternoon […]
by Emma J. Brooks, MS PhDc and Debra Rose Wilson, PhD MSN RN IBCLC AHN-BC CHT Abstract: The perinatal period is the most crucial phase of life for both the […]
Journal Highlight | Women’s Beliefs Regarding the Importance of Information About Birth Healthcare Provider Options: An Experimental Approach
by Carmen Stitt, PhD and Kiersten Brockman, M.A. Abstract: The purpose of this article is to report findings of an online experiment that examined the impact of women reading information […]
by Stacey Enchelmaier, RN RM MMid Dip Active Birth Yoga, Kendall George, PhD MMid GDip Mid BNSc, Lauren Kearney, RN RM PhD, and Beth Hartley, RN RM MMid Abstract: Yoga […]
And a New Year Begins by Debra Rose Wilson, PhD MSN RN IBCLC AHN-BC CHT Happy New Year to all certified professionals and staff of ICEA. I wanted to take […]
by Renece Waller-Wise, MSN RNC-OB CNS CLC CNL LCCE FACCE Abstract: Childbirth educators should be aware of nursing interventions in obstetric care to prepare clients for options that the expectant […]
by Teri McCown, RN, and Elizabeth Kirts, MPH, ICCE IBCLC RLC Abstract: The use of nipple shields is not new. They have been used for many years but there is […]
by Erin Kathryn Williams, BSN, and Elizabeth Kirts, MPH ICCE IBCLC RLC Abstract: Breastfeeding is beneficial for mothers as well as babies. Both breast and ovarian cancers are seen more […]
by James G. Linn, PhD, and Michele Rocha Kadri, MA Abstract: This article examines the relationship between globalization and breastfeeding in developing and advanced industrial nations. Current research and international and […]
by Courtney Nyange, DNP MSN RN Abstract: Breastfeeding has many benefits for both mothers and infants. Despite these noted benefits, national breastfeeding rates are still below the Healthy People 2020 […]
Journal Highlight | Views of Breastfeeding Versus Bottle Feeding among Middle Eastern and Caucasian Women in Ontario, Canada
by Shumail Hakimi, MPH, Hadi Danawi, PhD MPH, and Janice Ruggles, MD FRCSC Abstract: Breast milk contains the majority of nutrition that an infant needs. Substituting or combining formula is […]
Journal Highlight | Supporting African American Mothers following a Stillbirth: Relationship Quality Matters
by Samantha Francois, PhD Abstract: Stillbirths in the United States have declined considerably over the past decades with closer monitoring in pregnancy. However, African American mothers continue to experience stillbirth […]
Breastfeeding is the Gold Standard by Debra Rose Wilson, PhD MSN RN IBCLC AHN-BC CHT According to the latest U.S. data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention [CDC] (2018) […]
by John J. Beggs III, MSW RCSWI, Olga Molina, DSW LCSW, and George A. Jacinto, PhD LCSW PLLC Abstract: When the death of an infant occurs, it is important to […]
by Sophia Dziegielewski, PhD LCSW, and George A. Jacinto, PhD LCSW PLLC Abstract: Childbirth educators are closely associated with the mother through the birth process. When serious health issues arise […]
by Karen Roberson, PhD, Turenza Smith, PhD, and Wanda Davidson, PhD Abstract: Rituals have played a significant role in helping individuals cope with and celebrate the death or impending death of […]