The prenatal visit: Committee on psychosocial aspects of child and family health

Jr Hagan J.F., W. L. Coleman, J. M. Foy, E. Goldson, B. J. Howard, A. Navarro, J. L. Tanner, H. C. Tolmas, F. Daniel Armstrong, D. R. DeMaso, S. Longstaffe, P. Gilbertson, G. J. Cohen, K. Smith

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Abstract

In their role as advocates for children and families, pediatricians are in an excellent position to support and guide parents during the prenatal period. Prenatal visits allow the pediatrician to gather basic information from parents, provide information and advice to them, and identify high-risk situations in which parents may need to be referred to appropriate resources for help. In addition, prenatal visits are the first step in establishing a relationship between the pediatrician and parents and help parents develop parenting skills. The prenatal visit may take several possible forms depending on the experience and preferences of the parents, competence and availability of the pediatrician, and provisions of the health care plan.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1456-1458
Number of pages3
JournalPediatrics
Volume107
Issue number6
DOIs
StatePublished - Jun 21 2001
Externally publishedYes

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Family Health
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Child Health
Delivery of Health Care
Pediatricians

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  • Pediatrics, Perinatology, and Child Health

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Hagan J.F., J., Coleman, W. L., Foy, J. M., Goldson, E., Howard, B. J., Navarro, A., ... Smith, K. (2001). The prenatal visit: Committee on psychosocial aspects of child and family health. Pediatrics, 107(6), 1456-1458. https://doi.org/10.1542/peds.107.6.1456

The prenatal visit : Committee on psychosocial aspects of child and family health. / Hagan J.F., Jr; Coleman, W. L.; Foy, J. M.; Goldson, E.; Howard, B. J.; Navarro, A.; Tanner, J. L.; Tolmas, H. C.; Daniel Armstrong, F.; DeMaso, D. R.; Longstaffe, S.; Gilbertson, P.; Cohen, G. J.; Smith, K.

In: Pediatrics, Vol. 107, No. 6, 21.06.2001, p. 1456-1458.

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Hagan J.F., J, Coleman, WL, Foy, JM, Goldson, E, Howard, BJ, Navarro, A, Tanner, JL, Tolmas, HC, Daniel Armstrong, F, DeMaso, DR, Longstaffe, S, Gilbertson, P, Cohen, GJ & Smith, K 2001, 'The prenatal visit: Committee on psychosocial aspects of child and family health', Pediatrics, vol. 107, no. 6, pp. 1456-1458. https://doi.org/10.1542/peds.107.6.1456
Hagan J.F. J, Coleman WL, Foy JM, Goldson E, Howard BJ, Navarro A et al. The prenatal visit: Committee on psychosocial aspects of child and family health. Pediatrics. 2001 Jun 21;107(6):1456-1458. https://doi.org/10.1542/peds.107.6.1456
Hagan J.F., Jr ; Coleman, W. L. ; Foy, J. M. ; Goldson, E. ; Howard, B. J. ; Navarro, A. ; Tanner, J. L. ; Tolmas, H. C. ; Daniel Armstrong, F. ; DeMaso, D. R. ; Longstaffe, S. ; Gilbertson, P. ; Cohen, G. J. ; Smith, K. / The prenatal visit : Committee on psychosocial aspects of child and family health. In: Pediatrics. 2001 ; Vol. 107, No. 6. pp. 1456-1458.
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