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  • Breastfeeding care in multicultural populations 

    Riordan, Janice M.; Gill-Hopple, Kathleen (Wiley-Blackwell Publishing, 2001-03)
    Although the number and diversity of minority women in the United States is growing, breastfeeding rates remain low. Nurses can increase breastfeeding rates in minority populations if they are aware of and appreciate ...
  • The effect of labor pain relief medication on neonatal suckling and breastfeeding duration 

    Riordan, Janice M.; Gross, Aimee; Angeron, Judy; Krumwiede, Becky; Melin, Jeri (Sage Publications, 2000-02)
    We examined the relationship of labor pain relief medications with neonatal suckling and breastfeeding duration in 129 mothers delivering vaginally. Suckling was measured using the Infant Breastfeeding Assessment Tool ...
  • Predicting breastfeeding duration using the LATCH breastfeeding assessment tool 

    Riordan, Janice M.; Bibb, Diane; Miller, Marsha; Rawlins, Tim (Sage Publications, 2001-02)
    The authors tested the validity of the LATCH breastfeeding assessment tool, controlling for intervening variables in 133 dyads. LATCH scores, mother's evaluation of an index feed, and intended duration of breastfeeding ...
  • Risk factors as predictors of sexual activity in heart failure 

    Steinke, Elaine E.; Mosack, Victoria; Wright, David W.; Chung, Misook L.; Moser, Debra K. (Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2009-05)
    Patients with heart failure (HF) often have concerns about sexual activity while living with HF. Little is known about factors that contribute to sexual activity and sexual dysfunction in HF. This study examined selected ...
  • Sexual counseling after myocardial infarction 

    Steinke, Elaine E. (Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2000-12)
  • Sexual counseling of MI patients by cardiac nurses 

    Steinke, Elaine E.; Patterson-Midgley, Pat (Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 1995-10)
    This study examined the assessment of sexual concerns and the practice of sexual counseling with myocardial infarction patients in a convenience sample of 171 cardiac nurses from three hospitals in the Midwest. Seventy-five ...