3 edition of Factors which influence parental selection and utilization of child health care services found in the catalog.
Factors which influence parental selection and utilization of child health care services
Mari Lee Renna
Written in English
|Statement||by Mari Lee Renna.|
|LC Classifications||Microfilm 90/2113 (B)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 149 leaves.|
|Number of Pages||149|
|LC Control Number||90955251|
A recent study found that up to 10% of physicians refused to care for children whose parents refused vaccination. 25 Studies are indicated to determine if the refusal of health care professionals to care for these children contributes to increased use of CAM professionals, who may influence parents to forgo vaccination, or if the parents seek. Adolescence has been described as the foundation of future health, a formative period when lifelong health attitudes and behaviors are established and when health care services may have an important opportunity to influence future health outcomes. 1, 2 Both in the United States and globally, many adolescents do not access the health care services they need, and this opportunity is lost. 2, 3.
Shared decision-making (SDM) is rarely implemented in pediatric practice. Pediatric health decision-making differs from that of adult practice. Yet, little is known about the factors that influence the implementation of pediatric shared decision-making (SDM). We synthesized pediatric SDM barriers and facilitators from the perspectives of healthcare providers (HCP), parents, children, and. Access to health services is difficult to define. It is a multidimensional process that in addition to the quality of care, involves geographical accessibility, availability of the right type of care for those who need it, financial accessibility, and acceptability of service .Geographic accessibility, the distance that must be traveled in order to use health facility, may present an.
education, and child care. The second section, entitled Health Status, contains vital statistics and health behavior data for the maternal and child population. Health Services Financing and Utilization, the third section, includes data regarding health care financing and utilization of selected health services. Maternal and biparental care (Figures 1 and 2) is extremely widespread among insects and other arthropods, and has been hypothesized to arise in several ecological O. Wilson first discussed this in his book Sociobiology, when he proposed ‘prime environmental movers’ that favored the evolution of increased parent–offspring interaction.
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Several studies conducted in different countries on demographic and socio-cultural factors influencing use of maternal health care services, have shown that factors like maternal age, number of living children, education, place of residence, occupation, religion and ethnicity are significantly associated with use of antenatal by: 2.
Given that parents play a critical role in children’s health and pediatric care, a large body of research dating back at least to the ’s (e.g., Mechanic, ) has focused on parental characteristics and behavior to help explain variations in children’s health care studies confirm that a variety of health, psychological, and social characteristics impact the early health Cited by: factors that will have most effect on child health (1).
European Community Health Monitoring Programme CHILD Project - Child Health Indictors of Life and Development Breadth of Determinants Disease and injury Unemployment Day-care School Social services Poverty Health care Uncertain future prospects Lack of influence and participation Negative.
We also examined parent-rated overall child health status and odds of obesity by using the parent ACE count predictor to determine if adversity tracked with other aspects of children’s health. The null results (Supplemental Table 8) of these analyses confirmed children’s behavioral health outcomes were distinctly associated with parent Cited by: Socioeconomic factors comprise demographic, social, structural, and attitudinal influences which increase the likelihood of a person to seek for ANC services when pregnant (Andersen ).Cited by: 5.
Similarly, parental patterns of health care use, another key enabling factor of child health service utilization (Mistry, Hoffmann, Yauck, & Brousseau, ), were not captured in the NS-CSHCN. Child-level factors included the child's age (categorized as 0−1, 2−10, and 11−15 years), race (White non-Hispanic, Black, Hispanic, Other), sex, history of chronic medical problems (yes/no), and baseline behavioral well-being (as noted above, dichotomized as normal vs.
abnormal). Objective: To determine relevant factors affecting the utilization of FP services among women living with HIV and provide recommendations to improve the uptake of FP services. Method: Literature review done on utilization of family planning services among HIV positive women in Tanzania and SSA.
For determining the most important factors affected on health services consumption, logit model was applied. Regarding to the finding, the most important factors affected on utilization were age. The National Health Care Surveys are designed to answer key questions of interest to health care policy makers, public health professionals, and researchers.
These can include the factors that influence the use of health care resources, the quality of health care, including safety, and disparities in health care services provided to population. Equitable access to health care is a major principle of national health systems globally [1, 2].However, persons with disabilities (PWDs) generally experience greater barriers in accessing PHC than the general population, and these problems are further exacerbated for those with disabilities in rural areas .PWDs in rural settings confront a wide range of informational, geographical and.
Future survey work with parents across a range of vaccination concerns could help explain these differences in health care utilization rates.
Although most parents choose to have their children vaccinated according to the ACIP-recommended schedule, an increasing number of parents appear to be delaying or refusing vaccines. Adolescent-friendly health programs have been in place in Nepal sinceyet uptake of the services for sexual and reproductive health remains suboptimal.
For uptake of these services to improve, a rich understanding is needed of the factors impacting their acceptance and utilization from the perspectives of adolescents, health care staff, and key community informants.
The health care of this population is time-consuming and challenging, and care coordination is particularly difficult because of the transient nature of the population and the diffusion of authority among parents, child welfare professionals, and the courts and requires at least some coordination across disciplines.
1, 41, 43, 94 The health. The need for the Child and Adolescent Level of Care Utilization System (CALOCUS) stems from two trends in child and adolescent mental health. The advent of managed care throughout the health care system in the United States as states encountered limits in their ability to fund health services, including mental health services.
Regular contact with a doctor, nurse or midwife during pregnancy allows women to receive services vital to their health and that of their future children. The World Health Organization (WHO) recommends a minimum of eight antenatal care contacts to reduce perinatal mortality and improve women’s experience of care.
However, global, regional and comparable country reported data are only. Utilization of healthcare services is an important determinant of health [1–3], and has particular relevance as a public health and development issue in low income countries .In fact, utilization of healthcare services for the most vulnerable and underprivileged populations has been recommended by the World Health Organization as a basic primary healthcare concept .
viii global standards for quality health-care services for adolescents Gatekeeper(s) – Adults that have influence over adolescents’ access to and use of services, e.g. parents and/or other family members, legal guardians, teachers, community leaders.
reproductive health services, including family planning,to women who want them is of critical public health concern. The purpose of this thesis is to examine factors that may affect rural Haitian women’s choice in utilizing family planning services by using the Social Ecological Framework as a guide.
The greater confidence and experience of the older and higher parity women, together with greater responsibilities within the household and for child care, have been suggested as explanatory factors for their tendency to use services less frequently (Kwast and Liff, ).
Social and Economic Factors that Influence Our Health and Contribute to Health Inequalities What makes – and keeps – us healthy. If good health is not shared equally by Canadians, then understanding the many factors – or determinants – that contribute to health and differences in health status is essential to identifying and implementing solutions to this challenge.
Background. Many parents make a conscious decision not to vaccinate their child. Multiple beliefs and perceptions surround this choice. If uptake of routine child vaccination is to increase, public health communications about vaccines must be informed by evidence on the factors .Chartier, J.
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