The Psychosocial Aspects of the Family: The New Pediatrics download epub
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assess status, aptitude, and achievements; opportunities for preventive intervention in primary care and counseling at-risk families; and principles of the psychotherapeutic role of the pediatrician. As a primary care physician and consultant, the pediatrician is increasingly expected to be concerned with the prevention, early detection, and management of psychosocial problems pertinent to optimal child and family health and development.
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In ufology, the psychosocial hypothesis, abbreviated PSH, argues that at least some UFO reports are best explained by psychological or social means
In ufology, the psychosocial hypothesis, abbreviated PSH, argues that at least some UFO reports are best explained by psychological or social means.
contemporary policies on genetic testing in children and families
It highlights fast-growing trends in scientific knowledge including ways in which genes in conjunction with the environment can affect health throughout the lifespan. contemporary policies on genetic testing in children and families. Contributors to the book include Christopher Loffredo, PhD, Suzanne O'Neill, PhD, Beth Peshkin, MS, and Offie Soldin, PhD - all from Georgetown Lombardi.
PEDIATRICS is the official journal of the American Academy of Pediatrics. A monthly publication, it has been published continuously since 1948.
Psychosocial factors in families of TBI survivors changes relative to the age of the child. In very young survivors the psychosocial context and home environment are challenged with greater stress factors. Examples include single-parent homes, limited financial means, poor coping skills, gical difficulties, and fewer family resources. 59–62 The end result is poor supervision and parental neglect. 63 In older children the preinjury cognitive profile, often associated with hyperactivity and attentional deficits, may be a risk factor
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