Violence Against Women: Nursing Research, Education, and Practice Issues

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Carolyn M. Sampselle
Taylor & Francis, 1992 - Social Science - 262 pages
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Forming the basis of this work are papers presented at an April 1990 conference held in Indianapolis, Indiana, USA (Violence against Women: Implications for the Mental Health Research Agenda and Clinical Practice). Like that conference, this book unites nurse researchers with combined expertise in woman abuse and the disciplines of anthropology, law, psychology and nursing.
  

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Contents

Data Collection Instruments
9
CHAPTER
18
CHAPTER 2
19
Euphemisms Beliefs and Taboos
35
During the Menstrual Cycle
49
A First Atte npt
59
Feminine Hygiene Considerations
65
The Effect of Premenstrual
73
Hypotheses
198
Methods
199
Results
200
Discussion
204
Conclusion
209
References
210
Using Womens Stories as a Theoretical Underpinning for Womens Health
213
Literature Review
214

References
82
CHAPTER 10
86
Recognizing PMS When You See
89
Prevalence of Symptom Severity Subgroups
100
Development and Testing of an Explanatory Model
103
Patients with Premenstrual Syndrome
119
A BioPsychoSocial Approach to Treatment
143
Pain Sensitivity in Dysmenorrheic
153
Results
159
References
167
Results
173
The Menstrual Cycle and Other Parameters
181
Conclusion
189
MENOPAUSE NORMATIVE TRANSITION OR ILLNESS
195
CHAPTER 20
196
Introduction
197
Methodology
216
Womens Responses to Perimenopause
218
Summary
220
References
221
Attitude Toward Menopause Recent Life Change Coping Method and Number and Frequency of Symptoms in Menopausal Women
223
Methods
226
Results
228
Discussion
230
Summary
234
Marital Adjustment Life Stress Attitudes Toward Menopause and Menopausal Symptoms in Premenopausal Menopausal and Postmenopausal Women
237
Methods
238
Results
241
Discussion
243
Index
245
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