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Henry, Joi B.; Julion, Wrenetha A.; Bounds, Dawn T.; Sumo, Jen'nea – Journal of School Nursing, 2020
Positive father involvement is critical to the healthy social, emotional, and academic outcomes of children at all stages of development. The purpose of this integrative review was to identify, categorize, and evaluate the potential impact of fatherhood interventions on father and child outcomes. A systematic search of four major research…
Descriptors: Fathers, Intervention, Parent Child Relationship, Parent Participation
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Yoder, Claire McKinley – Journal of School Nursing, 2020
The empirical evidence from previous studies has demonstrated that school nurses are effective in assisting children and families to address health concerns, reduce absenteeism, and provide children with the opportunity to reach their potential academically. Impoverished children and those with disabilities and chronic illness are at risk of…
Descriptors: School Nurses, Academic Achievement, Attendance, Outcomes of Education
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Ragnarsson, Susanne; Myleus, Anna; Hurtig, Anna-Karin; Sjöberg, Gunnar; Rosvall, Per-Åke; Petersen, Solveig – Journal of School Nursing, 2020
Recurrent pain and school failures are common problems in children visiting the school nurses office. The overall aim of the current study was to investigate the relationship between recurrent pain and academic achievement in school-aged children. Literature was searched in seven electronic databases and in relevant bibliographies. Study…
Descriptors: Pain, Academic Achievement, Children, Adolescents
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Tanner, Andrea; Miller, Wendy R.; Gaudecker, Jane von; Buelow, Janice M. – Journal of School Nursing, 2020
Millions of students with mental health concerns attend school each day. It is unknown how many of those students experience psychogenic nonepileptic seizures (PNES); however, quality of life, academic, and mental health outcomes for students experiencing PNES can be bleak. Currently, no authors have addressed potential school nurse interventions…
Descriptors: School Health Services, Mental Health, Intervention, Seizures
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Gultekin, Laura E.; Brush, Barbara L.; Ginier, Emily; Cordom, Alexandra; Dowdell, Elizabeth B. – Journal of School Nursing, 2020
Despite reports that over 1.3 million school-age children (ages 5-18) were homeless in 2019, little is known about the effects of homelessness on their overall health and well-being. To better understand where gaps exist, a scoping review of the literature was conducted to identify studies of the physical, mental, and behavioral health risks and…
Descriptors: Homeless People, At Risk Persons, Well Being, Physical Health
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Rockliffe, Lauren; McBride, Emily; Heffernan, Catherine; Forster, Alice S. – Journal of School Nursing, 2020
This study sought to identify barriers and facilitators to delivery of human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination in schools. Four focus groups were conducted with 28 staff members, from four National Health Service school-aged vaccination (SAV) teams in London. Data were analyzed using thematic analysis. School engagement and support, and…
Descriptors: Immunization Programs, Barriers, Health Behavior, School Role
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Robbins, Lorraine B.; Ling, Jiying; Clevenger, Kimberly; Voskuil, Vicki R.; Wasilevich, Elizabeth; Kerver, Jean M.; Kaciroti, Niko; Pfeiffer, Karin A. – Journal of School Nursing, 2020
This study evaluated feasibility, acceptability, and preliminary efficacy of a 12-week "Guys/Girls Opt for Activities for Life" (GOAL) intervention on 10- to 13-year-old adolescents' body mass index (BMI), percent body fat, physical activity (PA), diet quality, and psychosocial perceptions related to PA and healthy eating.…
Descriptors: Intervention, Eating Habits, Physical Activity Level, Early Adolescents
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Borgman, Sofie; Ericsson, Ida; Clausson, Eva K.; Garmy, Pernilla – Journal of School Nursing, 2020
Pain and depressive symptoms are common reasons for adolescents to contact the school nurse. The aim was to describe the prevalence of pain (headache, abdominal pain, and back pain) and depressive symptoms among adolescents and to examine whether there is an association between pain and depressive symptoms. This cross-sectional survey included…
Descriptors: Symptoms (Individual Disorders), Measures (Individuals), Depression (Psychology), Correlation
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Gill, Monique; Roth, Sarah E.; Rice, Lindsay N.; Prelip, Michael L.; Koniak-Griffin, Deborah – Journal of School Nursing, 2020
Physical education (PE) is a frequent site of public health intervention to promote physical activity (PA); however, intervention research frequently overlooks the perspective of PE teachers. The purpose of this qualitative study was to explore teachers' experiences with and perceptions of a PA curriculum intervention. Six findings within three…
Descriptors: Physical Education Teachers, Teacher Attitudes, Intervention, Physical Activity Level
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Ruggieri, Dominique G.; Bass, Sarah Bauerle; Alhajji, Mohammed; Gordon, Thomas F. – Journal of School Nursing, 2020
Half of U.S. states measure students' body mass index (BMI), with many communicating that information to parents through a "BMI report card" or notification letter. School nurses are usually responsible for implementing these programs and communicating results to parents. The purpose of this study was to understand parents' perceptions…
Descriptors: Parent Attitudes, Body Composition, Screening Tests, School Nurses
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Pittman, Alison F. – Journal of School Nursing, 2020
This study examined the effect of a 10-week activity tracker, companion social website, and text messaging intervention on body mass index (BMI), body fat percentage, physical fitness, and physical activity (PA) self-efficacy of children. Children (n = 98) were assigned to one of three groups: activity tracker group, text messaging group, and…
Descriptors: Physical Activity Level, Web Sites, Intervention, Body Composition
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Kim, Chanhee; Choi, Heeseung; Ko, Heesung; Park, Chang Gi – Journal of School Nursing, 2020
Parents' recognition of adolescents' emotional distress is a significant determinant of early detection and treatment of mental disorders. However, there is dearth of research exploring parent-adolescent agreement regarding adolescents' emotional distress. This cross-sectional, school-based study compared parents' proxy reports and self-reports of…
Descriptors: Emotional Disturbances, Parent Attitudes, Depression (Psychology), Anxiety
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Rabbitte, Maureen; Enriquez, Maithe – Journal of School Nursing, 2019
Teen pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections are leading public health problems in the United States. While abstaining from sexual intercourse is the best way to avoid these conditions, abstinence only education (AOE) programs in schools have been shown ineffective in delaying sexual initiation or decreasing the teen pregnancy rate.…
Descriptors: Sex Education, Sexuality, Health Education, Adolescents
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Sisson, Helen; Wilkinson, Yvonne – Journal of School Nursing, 2019
The human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine is a key intervention in the prevention of HPV infection and associated cancers. This review emphasizes the importance of understanding what influences decision-making about this vaccine. Guided by the work of Whittemore and Knafl, and Pluye and Hong, we identified 25 studies, from which four prominent themes…
Descriptors: Adolescents, Decision Making, Sexually Transmitted Diseases, Immunization Programs
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Sims, Debra C.; Skarbek, Anita J. – Journal of School Nursing, 2019
Levels of parental self-efficacy are correlated with both positive and negative care delivery and developmental outcomes for parents and their infants. School nurses are in a unique position to facilitate parenting self-efficacy in teen parents. Using the concept analysis framework of Walker and Avant, "parental self-efficacy" is…
Descriptors: Self Efficacy, Parents, Early Parenthood, School Nurses
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