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Remittance patterns of Southern Sudanese refugee men: Enacting the global breadwinner role

2008    Johnson PJ, Stoll K. (2008). Remittance patterns of Southern Sudanese refugee men: Enacting the global breadwinner role. Family Relations, 57(4): 431-443. Abstract Questionnaire data from 172 Sudanese refugee men in Western Canada revealed that most of the men were sending money (i.e., remittances) to family in Africa, although doing so created considerable financial and […]

Methodological Triangulation in Midwifery Research

2010    Stoll K. (2010). Methodological Triangulation in Midwifery Research. Canadian Journal of Midwifery Research & Practice, 9(2): 17-24. Abstract Midwifery researchers form an eclectic interdisciplinary group, and utilize a variety of research methods and data analysis approaches. Because of the interdisciplinary nature of midwifery research, there are many opportunities for using mixed-method research designs to […]

Effects of an intervention aimed at reducing night waking and signaling in 6-12 month-old infants

2006 Hall WA, Saunders RA, Clauson M, Carty EM, Janssen PA. (2006). Effects of an intervention aimed at reducing night waking and signaling in 6- to 12-month-old infants. Behave Sleep Med, 4(4): 242-261. This quasi-experimental one-group pre- and posttest pilot study evaluated an intervention aimed at reducing night waking and signaling for infants between 6 […]

Early Labour Assessment and Support at Home Versus Telephone Triage: A randomized controlled trial

2006 Janssen PA, Still DK, Klein MC, Singer J, Carty EA, Liston RM, Zupancic JA. (2006). Early labour assessment and support at home versus telephone triage: A randomized controlled trial. Obstetrics & Gynecology, 108(6): 1463-1469. Abstract Objective: To compare rates of cesarean delivery among women who were triaged by obstetric nurses, either by telephone or […]

Physicians attidtudes towards midwifery in British Columbia

2002    Kornelsen J, Dahinten VS, Carty E, Gillespie EM. (2002). Physicians attitudes towards midwifery in British Columbia. Canadian Journal of Midwifery Research and Practice, 1(1): 6-12.   Abstract This study examines family physician’s attitudes towards midwives and the integration of midwifery into the health care system in British Columbia. Family physicians were surveyed 18 months […]