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The Effect of the Physical Factors of Parents and Children on Stunting at Birth Among Newborns in Indonesia

Sari K, Sartika RAD

Objectives: This study examined stunting at birth and its associations with physical factors of parents and children in Indonesia. Methods: This study analyzed secondary data from the national cross-sectional Indonesian Basic...
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Pediatric and Parents' Attitudes Towards COVID-19 Vaccines and Intention to Vaccinate for Children

Choi SH, Jo YH, Jo KJ, Park SE

Background: Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) vaccination is necessary to reach herd immunity and essential for mitigating the spread of the pandemic. In May 2021, the US FDA and the EU...
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Association between Parental Cotinineverified Smoking Status and Childhood Asthma: a Population-based Nationally Representative Analysis

Jung J, Park HJ, Jung M

Background: Environmental tobacco smoke exposure due to parents is a modifiable risk factor for childhood asthma, but many studies have evaluated parental smoking using selfreported data. Therefore, we aimed to...
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Differences in perceived parental stress between parents with very low birth weight infants and nurses in neonatal intensive care units, South Korea

Moon SH, Park HR, Kim DY

Purpose: This descriptive study compared the perceived parental stress levels between parents with very low birth weight infants (VLBWIs) and nurses in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU). Methods: In total,...
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Effectiveness of a combined obesity prevention program in South Korea for children from low-income families that included primary caregiver participation

Park N, Im M

Purpose: Obesity among children from low-income families is becoming a social problem. The aim of this study was to evaluate the effectiveness of an obesity prevention program that included physical...
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Parental Mental Illness: An Integrative Review of Children’s Mental Health and Intervention Program

Shin S, Kim S

Purpose: To increase a comprehensive understanding of the children’s mental health who have a parent with a mental illness in Korea. Methods: The integrative review method by Whittemore and Knafl was...
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Development and application of a couple-centered antenatal education program in Korea

Koh M, Kim J, Yoo H, Kim SA, Ahn S

Purpose: This study was conducted to develop a couple-centered antenatal education program and to test the program’s feasibility. Methods: With a preliminary-experimental study design, 33 pregnant couples who were expecting...
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Trends in Korean parents' perceptions on food additives during the period 2014–2018

Kang HJ, Kim S, Kim JW

BACKGROUND/OBJECTIVES: While the use of food additives in food processing has become a common practice worldwide, consumers' worry about potential hazards has not diminished. The purpose of this study was to...
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Review of the Impact of Parental Mental Illness on Infant Development and Intervention Plan

Choi J, Park H

The impact of maternal mental health on parenting and infant development is significant. Infants of mothers who have experienced perinatal mental health problems have genetic risks as well as risks...
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Analysis of the supportive care needs of the parents of preterm children in South Korea using big data text-mining: Topic modeling

Park JH, Lee H, Cho H

Purpose: The purpose of this study was to identify the supportive care needs of parents of preterm children in South Korea using text data from a portal site. Methods: In total,...
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Validity and Reliability of the Life Transition Scale in Parents of Disabled Children Across the Life Transition Process

Hong SW, Kim J, Bang HL

Purpose: The Life Transition Scale (LTS) consists of 24 items that assess the life transition process of parents of autistic children. This study aimed to examine the validity and reliability...
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Parental Factors Associated with Smartphone Overuse in Preschoolers: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

Lee G, Kim S, Yu H

Purpose: This study aimed to identify parental factors associated with smartphone overuse in preschoolers. Methods: A systematic reviewwas conducted according to PRISMA guidelines. Relevant studies published in peer-reviewed journals from...
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Comparison of the Meaning of Life between Older School-age Children and Their Parents: A Mixed-methods Analysis

Lim YS

Purpose: This mixed-methods study was conducted to compare and analyze the perceptions of children and their parents regarding the meaning of the children’s life. Methods: First, children’s and parents’ perceptions...
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Korean parents’ perceptions of the challenges and needs on school re-entry during or after childhood and adolescent cancer: a multi-institutional survey by Korean Society of Pediatric Hematology and Oncology

Lee JA, Lee JM, Park HJ, Park M, Park BK, Ju HY, Kim JY, Park SK, Lee YH, Shim YJ, Kim HS, Park KD, Lim YJ, Chueh HW, Park JK, Kim SK, Choi HS, Ahn HS, Hah JO, Kang HJ, Shin HY, Lee MJ

Background: For children and adolescents with cancer, going back to school is a key milestone in returning to “normal life.” Purpose: To identify the support vital for a successful transition, we...
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The effect of medically-attended injury experience on the use of home safety equipment

Jeong I, Jung SY, Suh J, Ahn KO, Bae JA

Purpose: To assess the effect of medically-attended injury (MAI) on the use of home safety equipment, we analyzed the differences in parents’ perception and attitude about injury prevention, and use...
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An Integrative Literature Review of Anger Management Intervention Programs for Parents

Kim Cr

Purpose: The aim of this study is to review literature on anger management intervention programs for parents published over the last 10 years and to extract the key elements of...
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Recognition of Environmentally-friendly Agricultural Products for School Foodservice of Nutrition Teachers and Parents in 2018 at Seongnam in Gyeonggi province

Kwon J, Cho W

OBJECTIVES: This study examined the nutrition teachers' and parents' recognition of environmentally-friendly agricultural products (EAPs) used in school foodservice. METHODS: A questionnaire survey was given to 128 school foodservice nutrition teachers...
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Sexual Knowledge, Sexual Attitudes, and Perceptions and Actualities of Sex Education among Elementary School Parents

Shin H, Lee JM, Min JY

PURPOSE: This study was conducted to understand sexual knowledge, sexual attitudes, and the perceptions and actualities of sex education among parents of elementary school children. METHODS: This is a descriptive study...
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Exploring Parents' Participation Decisions on School-Based Health Screenings in Mountainous Regions

Jones E, Lee H, Cho K

BACKGROUND: Increasing the participation rate in health screenings is a major challenge. In West Virginia, USA, where a statewide, state-funded school-based health screening program has been offered to fifth-grade students...
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Iodine status and characteristics of Korean adolescents and their parents based on urinary iodine concentration: a nationwide cross-sectional study

Choi YC, Cheong JI, Chueh HW, Yoo JH

PURPOSE: Iodine is a major component of thyroid hormones. Both deficiency and excess of iodine are major risk factors for thyroid disease, making it important to accurately assess iodine level...
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