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There is not sufficient data on the responses of the infant under 6 months of age. There are no data about how previous separations influence the child's response to separation. There is very little Iiterature dealing with specific events and experiences based on the child's age or condition. A great deal can be learned from studying the experience and caregiving of hospitalized children that can both improve care and promote recovery and growth. INFANTSAND YOUNG CHILOREN 21 SUMMARY, RESEARCH DIRECTIONS Nursing researeh coneerning infants and young ehildren relative to four specific health issues, prematurity, attaehment, growth-fostering environments, and hospitalization, was reviewed.
This experimental study was more carefully designed and reported than were the earlier works. Two intervention studies involving parents in the care of hospitalized children were reported (Mahaffy, 1965; White & Wear, 1980). In the Mahaffy research (1965), an experimental nursing intervention comprised 44 RESEARCH ON NURSING PRACTICE of parental involvement and support led to significantly less distress among 43 2- to 10-year-old hospitalized children than did routine care in which parent interaction was limited.
Child health assessment Part 3:2-4 years. Unpublished manuscript, 1979. ) 6. Blander, G. University of Lund, Pediatric Institute, Malmo, Sweden. Personal communication, September 1982. REFERENCES Ainsworth, M. The development of infant-mother attachment. In B. L. Caldwell & H. ), Review of child development research (Vol. 3). Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1973. American Nurses' Association. Nursing, a social policy statement. Kansas City, Missouri: American Nurses' Association, 1981. Anderson, C.