Meeting the needs of young parents and their children more effectively will improve their life and long term health. This paper examines the Family Nurse Partnership as a public health initiative in supporting young women and improving the outcomes of themselves and their child(ren). It explores evidence of effectiveness, cost benefit and resource implications and discusses the role of the midwife within the context of public health initiatives and specifically to the delivery of the Family Nurse Partnership.
- Early intervention
- Pregnancy in adolescence
- Public health
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The Bluebell Study: a qualitative study of the healthcare experiences and needs of parents following termination of pregnancy for medical reasonsAuthor: Heaney, S., Jul 2023
Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis › Doctor of Philosophy