Resultados: 47

Pregnancy planning does not interfere with child development in children aged from 11 to 23 months old

Objective: to analyze the correlation between child development and pregnancy planning and other associated aspects. Method: a cross-sectional study conducted with 125 mother-child dyads, the children aged from 11 to 23 months old and attending daycare centers located in socially disadvantaged areas. Ch...

Distorted self-perception and dissatisfaction with body image among nursing students

Rev. Esc. Enferm. USP; 55 (), 2021
ABSTRACT Objective: To evaluate distorted self-perception and dissatisfaction with body image among nursing students. Method: Cross-sectional study with students from a public university. Self-perception and satisfaction with body image were assessed using the Figure Rating Scale and the Body Shape Qu...

Preconception health behaviors among women with planned pregnancies

Rev. bras. enferm; 72 (supl.3), 2019
ABSTRACT Objective: To identify determinants of preconception preparation among women with planned pregnancies. Method: A cross-sectional study with a probabilistic sample of 264 women between 18 and 49 years of age who had or were undergoing planned pregnancies, and were users of two School Health Cen...

Knowledge about the intrauterine device and interest in using it among women users of primary care services

Objective: to analyze the level of knowledge about the intrauterine device, the interest in using it and the relationship between these events among women in reproductive age. Method: cross-sectional study conducted with 1858 women between 18 and 49 years old, attending Primary Health Care Facilities. ...

Breastfeeding: what changed after a decade?

ABSTRACT Objective: to analyze the changes in prevalence, median duration and correlates of breastfeeding in a small city in São Paulo state, Brazil. Method: analysis of two cross-sectional studies, conducted at intervals of one decade, with 261 and 302 children younger than two years, respectively. W...

Difficulties in nutritional counseling and child growth follow-up: from a professional perspective

Rev. bras. enferm; 70 (5), 2017
ABSTRACT Introduction: Nutritional counseling and growth follow-up are priorities when providing care to children; however, these have not been completely incorporated into primary health care. Objective: To know the difficulties for providing nutritional counseling and child growth follow-up, from a p...

Opinião de adolescentes sobre as normas sociais que influenciam a iniciação e o comportamento sexual

Objetivo: descrever as opiniões de adolescentes sobre as normas sociais que influenciam a iniciação e o comportamentosexual na adolescência segundo o sexo. Método: estudo transversal quantitativo conduzido com 335 adolescentes de 15-19anos de idade, selecionados por amostra sistemática a partir de ...

Maternal and child risk factors associated with neonatal mortality

Texto & contexto enferm; 25 (4), 2016
ABSTRACT This was a cross-sectional study that investigated maternal and child factors associated with neonatal mortality. Data was obtained from the Live Births and Mortality Information Systems integrated by linkage. A total of 9,349 live births and 78 deaths in the neonatal period, which occurred in 2...

Maternal perception of their child's nutritional status at less than three years old

Rev. Esc. Enferm. USP; 50 (5), 2016
Abstract OBJECTIVE Assessing maternal perception of their children's nutritional status and identifying associated factors. METHODS A cross-sectional study conducted in a small municipality with 342 children less than 3 years of age treated in Basic Health Units of São Paulo. Nutritional status was cl...