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|Title: ||Impact of the Nursing Home Visit to the newborn/ infant/family|
|Authors: ||Branca, Vera|
|Keywords: ||Nursing home visit|
child/family health and well-being
systematic review of the literature.
|Issue Date: ||Apr-2018|
|Publisher: ||Universidade de Évora|
|Citation: ||Branca, Vera ; Calado, Gabriela (2018). Impact of the Nursing Home Visit
to the newborn/infant/family: a systematic review of the literature. RIASE, 4(1). DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.24902/r.riase.2018.4(1)|
|Abstract: ||Objective: To identify the impact of the home visit to the newborn/infant/family, when
performed by nurses, on the health and well-being of the child and family.
Methodology: A systematic review of the literature was carried out following the Joanna
Briggs Institute methodology, based on a research on the EBSCO and pubmed platform,
and bibliographical references of the articles found, with the chronological frieze 2010
and 2017. Were included Randomized controlled trials evaluating the impact of the home
visit of nursing performed when they were newborns/infants, in the health and wellbeing
of the child and family, in children/adolescents/families.
Results: We selected 11 articles, randomized controlled trials, 7 experimental and 4
follow-up. The data systematization process was carried out using tables that facilitated
the analysis of the studies. We have found studies that evaluate the impact of the home
visit to the newborn/infant/family in the short (2) and long (9) term, developed with
great heterogeneity in the intervention of the home visit performed and evaluated impacts,
but the results show gains in the well-being of children and families.
Conclusions: It is evident from the results found that the home visit of the newborn/
infant/family, performed by nurses, has a positive impact on the health and well-being
of the child and the family.|
|Appears in Collections:||ENF - Publicações - Artigos em Revistas Internacionais Com Arbitragem Científica|
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