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Supporting fathers who want to be involved in providing healthcare for their child

28 August 2018

Nursing Children and Young People

Scoping review

An increasing number of fathers want to be involved in providing healthcare for their child. Nurses endeavouring to include fathers in care are hindered by a lack of...

Predictors of uncertainty in parents of children living with chronic conditions

19 February 2019

Nursing Children and Young People

evidence and practice

Background Uncertainty in illness implies no meaning has been attributed to an illness event. Although many studies focus on this issue in adults, there is limited...

Open AccessParents’ views on preparation to care for extremely premature infants at home

05 July 2018

Nursing Children and Young People

research

Aim To gain insight into the post-discharge experiences of parents in relation to the adequacy of preparation for caring for extremely premature infants at home....

Paternal instincts

23 August 2011

Nursing Standard

News

When it comes to the care of their sick children, fathers can often feel marginalised, partly because nurses tend to interact more fully with mothers. However,...

Why it is important to involve new fathers in the care of their child

27 March 2015

Primary Health Care

Art & Science

Research into fathers’ unique contributions to the physical, emotional, social and cognitive wellbeing of their offspring has been ongoing for several decades....

Parents’ decision-making about attending an emergency department with their child

08 July 2019

Nursing Children and Young People

evidence and practice

There is a possibility that front-line services, particularly out-of-hours services, are not accessible to some parents. The aim of this service evaluation was to...