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Manchester, Anne - - 2008
Dean, Steve - - 2008
Carryer, Jenny - - 2008
Crutchley, Sheilagh - - 2008
Stanford, Treena - - 2008
Coervers, Mary-Ann - - 2008
Brooks, Grant - - 2008
Minto, Rosemary - - 2008
Olshtain-Mann, Orly - - 2008
It is well-known and documented that the premature birth of an infant and its subsequent hospitalization in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) is a source of considerable stress for parents. However, little is known about the parents' emotional state and functioning during the months following the infant's discharge from ...
Cole, Jennifer - - 2008
Previous research indicates that many individuals who perceive themselves to be at no risk of HIV have recently engaged in risky sexual behaviors (Klein et al., 2003; Schroder et al., 2001). Because HIV risk has been associated with partner violence (Maman et al., 2000), it is important to examine self-perceived ...
Wong, Daniel Fu - - 2008
The study reported herein adopted a stress and coping framework to examine the functions of social support in protecting the mental health of migrant workers who experience migration stress during settlement in Shanghai, China. A total of 475 migrant workers from four major districts in Shanghai were recruited for a ...
Washington, Karla - - 2008
The present review was undertaken to explore recent evidence in the professional literature pertaining to use of hospice services by African Americans. The article addresses the research methods that have been used to study African American hospice use, obstacles to African American participation in hospice that have been identified, and ...
Hall, Camille - - 2008
The purpose of this qualitative study was to examine how kin and fictive kinship relationships help to ameliorate or buffer responses to parental alcoholism and the breakdown in parenting. This qualitative study investigated coping responses developed by college students, who self-identified as adult children of alcoholics (ACOAs) who lived with ...
Joe, Sean - - 2008
Suicide among African Americans is a neglected topic. Social workers practice in both clinical and nonclinical settings, and as the largest occupational group of mental health professionals, they have a unique opportunity to reach this underserved group. However, little is known about social work's empirical knowledge base for recognition and ...
Gnanasekaran, Linda - - 2008
Bannigan, Katrina - - 2008
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