2 edition of Psychosocial factors and pregnancy outcome found in the catalog.
Psychosocial factors and pregnancy outcome
Helen Henrietta Sorohan
Thesis (Ph.D) - University of Birmingham, Faculty of Science, School of Psychology, 2003.
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Psychosocial factors and pregnancy outcome Author: Sorohan, Helen Henrietta. ISNI: Awarding Body: University of Birmingham Current Institution: University of Birmingham Date of Award: Availability of Full Text: Access from EThOS: ?uin= In light of the adverse outcomes for mothers and offspring related to maternal obesity, identification of subgroups of women at risk of prepregnancy obesity and its related-adverse issues is crucial for optimizing antenatal care. We aimed to identify sociodemographic factors and maternal and neonatal outcomes associated with prepregnancy obesity, and we tested the effect modification of
1. Chomitz VR, Cheung LWY and Lieberman E, The role of lifestyle in preventing low birth weight, Future of Children, , 5(1); Gonzalez-Calvo J et al., Psychosocial factors and birth outcome: African American women in case management, Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved, , 9(4); Melnikow J et al., Characteristics of inner-city women giving birth pregnancy is a delinquent behavior resulting from stress, dislike, malice, boredom and unhappiness experienced by a teenage girl within her home environment. Other predisposing factors include alcoholism, drug addiction, and sexual promiscuity. According to Kinby () victims of teenage pregnancy lacked information or ,
Psychological conditions of a person depend upon various factors, such as the impact of the psychosocial conditions, his response to the demands of life, and the like. Psychology is very much dependent on the temperamental issues, such as anger, lust, greed, pride, and despair to name a › Home › People › Behaviour. Introduction Depression is a common and disabling health problem that contributes to an important social and economic burden, particularly among the working age population. The deleterious effect of psychosocial work factors on depression has been documented. However, the most recent systematic reviews had restrictive eligibility criteria and, since their publications, several original studies
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Intervention studies aimed at improving pregnancy outcome show fairly mixed results. It is recommended that studies on the relationship between psychosocial factors and pregnancy outcome should employ a prospective design with due attention to chronic stressors, should include appropriate biochemical assessments, and multivariate techniques are that studies on the relationship between psychosocial factors and pregnancy outcome should employ a prospective design with due attention to chronic stressors, should include appropriate biochemical Healthy behaviors in pregnant women have a major effect on pregnancy outcomes; however, only few studies have explored the relationship of multiple psychosocial factors with healthy lifestyles during pregnancy.
The objective of this study was to investigate whether the five psychosocial factors of anxiety, stress, depression, marital dissatisfaction, and social support are associated with six ?id=/ Objective: Physiological processes including neuroendocrine function have been proposed as mediators of the relationship between prenatal psychological state and pregnancy outcome; however, there are virtually no human studies that have systematically assessed such mechanisms.
Neuroendocrine processes are significantly Psychosocial factors and pregnancy outcome book during pregnancy, and are characterized by the evolution of a Psychosocial factors and pregnancy outcome: a review with emphasis on methodological issues Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Psychosomatic Research 39(5) July with Reads This review focuses on the research concerning the relation between psychosocial factors and pregnancy outcome.
The following four outcome measures are dealt with: (1) birth weight, (2) preeclampsia, (3) preterm labour, and (4) intrapartum :// Table 2 Violence and pregnancy outcome. The table provides an overview of the increased risk of an unfavorable pregnancy course and outcome created by (sexual/physical) intimate partner violence against their pregnant partners, expressed as an odds ratio, and of the relative risk based on studies carried out in different :// Psychosocial issues such as alcohol and drug use, mental health and family violence are a result of complex social, economic, cultural, psychological and biological factors.
In pregnancy, secondary harm may impact fetal, neonatal and early childhood development with potential intergenerational :// /mothers-babies/resources-for-psychosocial-health-in-pregnancy.
Objective To evaluate the evidence on the efficacy of psychosocial interventions for improving pregnancy rates and reducing distress for couples in treatment with assisted reproductive technology (ART).
Design Systematic review and meta-analysis. Data sources PsycINFO, PubMed, EMBASE, CINAHL, Web of Science and The Cochrane Library between and April Psychosocial factors and pregnancy outcome: a review with emphasis on methodological issues. Journal of Psychosomatic Research ;39(5)‑ van den Bergh RH, Mulder EJH, Mennes M, Glover V.
Antenatal maternal anxiety and stress and the neurobehavioral development of the fetus and child: links and possible mechanisms. A A randomised controlled trial examining the effectiveness of the Antenatal Psychosocial Health Assessment (ALPHA) form in detecting psychosocial risk factors in pregnant women revealed that % of the women in the ALPHA group showed interest in discussing psychosocial issues The experimental group was twice as likely to declare psychosocial Psychosocial factors and pregnancy outcome.
Part two of a prospective longitudinal study of children in a new Stockholm suburb. Aurelius G, Rådestad A, Nylander I, Zetterström R.
Scandinavian Journal of Social Medicine, 01 Jan15(2): DOI Eight newborns had one complication, and two had two complications.
A total of 21 mothers (24%) had one complication; 8 (9%) had two, and 2 (2%) had three. Distributions of the five-point positive and negative affect scales are described in Table 3. Psychosocial factors in the outcome of pregnancy psychosocial epidemiology; cardiovascular disease; health inequality; bias; confounding “Psychosocial” factors such as stress, hostility, depression, hopelessness, and job control seem associated with physical health—particularly heart disease.
1, 2 Adverse risk profiles in terms of psychosocial factors seem to cluster with general social disadvantage.
3, 4 Because of this the Smoking and pregnancy outcome among African American and white women in central North Carolina.
Epidemiology. ; they were given a baby photo book. Table 3 show sociodemographic factors, psychosocial risks, and psychosocial and spiritual resources for the total sample of women and African American and White low-income women who (15)X/fulltext.
Abstract. Aims: Psychosocial stress during pregnancy (PSP) is a risk factor of growing interest in the etiology of preterm birth (PTB). This literature review assesses the published evidence concerning the association between PSP and PTB, highlighting established and hypothesized physiological pathways mediating this ://?language=en.
The study aimed to investigate the associations between maternal lifestyles and antenatal stress and anxiety. pregnant women were drawn from the Guangxi birth cohort study (GBCS).
A base line Thorpe, K.J., Dragonas, T., & Golding, J. () The effects of psychosocial factors on the emotional well-being of women during pregnancy: A cross-cultural study of Britain and Greece.
Journal of Reproductive and Infant Psychology, 10, – Google Scholar Teenage pregnancy is a situation which involves female adolescents.
A teenage female can be pregnant as early as age twelve or thirteen, although it is usually 14 and older. Teen pregnancy often depends on numerous societal and personal factors.
The rates of teenage pregnancy vary from country to country and are related to differences of sexual activities, the general sex educations being Associated factors of antenatal depression seen in India and Japan include demographic factors such as primiparas (J34), a history of mental disorder in the mother or family (I5, J4), younger age (J30), financial burden (J9, J25), and unwanted pregnancy (J9, J21, J30); vulnerable personality characteristics such as low self-directedness, high.
Exploring such psychosocial factors and profiles that affect engagement with pregnancy care warrant further study on larger population cohorts. When the relationship between socio-demographic factors and psychosocial health was explored, our data showed that increasing parity was associated with lower fetal attachment levels for late :// Permanence and change: psychosocial factors in the outcome of adolescent pregnancy.
Medical and social factors affecting early teenage pregnancy. A literature review and summary of the findings of the Louisiana Infant Mortality Study.
Dott AB, Fort Psychosocial Adaptation to Pregnancy is a significant addition to the psychosocial assessment literature, a needed resource for clinical and health psychologists, clinical social workers, marriage and family therapists, professional counselors, and obstetrical nurses.
It is also adaptable to undergraduate and graduate courses in maternal › Psychology › Psychotherapy & Counseling.