Perinatal Education and Grandparents: Creating an Interdependent Family Environment—Part II: The Pilot Study
Abstract:This second of two articles presents a study of the grandparenting perinatal education program. The following aspects are featured: recruitment, the setting, the program's content, supporting material and teaching aids, and the program's organization. An evaluation of the program was conducted and is presented in the article.
Document Type: Standard Article
Affiliations: VIOLA POLOMENO teaches perinatal health nursing and supervises students in community health care at the Faculty of Nursing at the Université de Montréal in Montréal, Canada. She also maintains a private practice for French-speaking parents in the Montréal region.
Publication date: July 1, 1999
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