The Resource The Ngua Gundi (Mother/Child) Project 1993-1996 : a project designed to improve the health of young Aboriginal and Islander mothers and children, Shirley Perkins

The Ngua Gundi (Mother/Child) Project 1993-1996 : a project designed to improve the health of young Aboriginal and Islander mothers and children, Shirley Perkins

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The Ngua Gundi (Mother/Child) Project 1993-1996 : a project designed to improve the health of young Aboriginal and Islander mothers and children
Title
The Ngua Gundi (Mother/Child) Project 1993-1996
Title remainder
a project designed to improve the health of young Aboriginal and Islander mothers and children
Statement of responsibility
Shirley Perkins
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
AIAS
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Perkins, Shirley
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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Queensland Health
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  • Maternal health services
  • Prenatal care
  • Aboriginal Australian mothers
Label
The Ngua Gundi (Mother/Child) Project 1993-1996 : a project designed to improve the health of young Aboriginal and Islander mothers and children, Shirley Perkins
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Includes tables
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references : page 48
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
  • text
  • still image
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Introduction : Model of program develooment -- Stage 1: Assessment -- Stage 2 : Planning: Establishment of reference group; Submission for funding; Preparation of facilities; Advertising and promotion of services; Staff employment/deployment and training -- Stage 3: Implementation : Client/community reference group participation; Education; Support; Training; Clinical service provision; Integration with other services; Transport -- Stage 4: Evaluation: Process factors: Who attended and why?; Are there differences in the range/scope/level of services to these areas?; Completion of planned activities; Standards of acceptibility -- Are service providers satisfied with the service? -- What changes to the service do clients / service providers suggest? : administrative acceptability; Staff/cleint participation; Unplanned consequences and difficulties; Barriers to the development of service -- Impact factors : Improved utilisation of antenatal and child health care service by adolescent Aboriginal mothers; Number of antenatal visits; Improved knowledge and skills necessary for antenatal self and child care by adolescent Aboriginal mothers; Improved community interaction with health care services in accessing antenatal information and services providing health care; Improved immunisation rate of children; Social and economic benefits; Efficacy of interventions (cost/benefit) -- Outcome factors: Improvements to child and family health -- Analysis of data collection : data sources; Crieria; Data quality -- Results: Birth rates; Maternal age; Adolescent mothers; Maternal parity; Multiparas; Smoking during pregnancy; Alcohol and drug use in pregnancy; Anaemia; Sexually transmitted infections; Duration of pregnancy; Multiple births; Confinement and births; Birth support; Onset of labout; Presentation at delivery; Type of delivery; Average length of stay in hospital of mother and baby; Infant's sex; Infant's birth weight and gestational age; Morbidity and mortality; Breastfeeding; Pap smears -- Appendix 1: The National Aboriginal Health Strategy 1989 -- Appendix 2: Improvements in services available to Aboriginal and Islander women 1993 & 1997 -- Appendix 3: Mothers group activities -- Appendix 4: Birth weight for gestational age -- Appendix 5: Perinatal statistics -- Appendix 6: Drug free labour - actual case presentation -- Appendix 7: Newspaper clippings
Dimensions
30 cm
Extent
53 pages, 1 unnumbered page
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other physical details
facsimiles, charts
Label
The Ngua Gundi (Mother/Child) Project 1993-1996 : a project designed to improve the health of young Aboriginal and Islander mothers and children, Shirley Perkins
Publication
Note
Includes tables
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references : page 48
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
  • text
  • still image
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Introduction : Model of program develooment -- Stage 1: Assessment -- Stage 2 : Planning: Establishment of reference group; Submission for funding; Preparation of facilities; Advertising and promotion of services; Staff employment/deployment and training -- Stage 3: Implementation : Client/community reference group participation; Education; Support; Training; Clinical service provision; Integration with other services; Transport -- Stage 4: Evaluation: Process factors: Who attended and why?; Are there differences in the range/scope/level of services to these areas?; Completion of planned activities; Standards of acceptibility -- Are service providers satisfied with the service? -- What changes to the service do clients / service providers suggest? : administrative acceptability; Staff/cleint participation; Unplanned consequences and difficulties; Barriers to the development of service -- Impact factors : Improved utilisation of antenatal and child health care service by adolescent Aboriginal mothers; Number of antenatal visits; Improved knowledge and skills necessary for antenatal self and child care by adolescent Aboriginal mothers; Improved community interaction with health care services in accessing antenatal information and services providing health care; Improved immunisation rate of children; Social and economic benefits; Efficacy of interventions (cost/benefit) -- Outcome factors: Improvements to child and family health -- Analysis of data collection : data sources; Crieria; Data quality -- Results: Birth rates; Maternal age; Adolescent mothers; Maternal parity; Multiparas; Smoking during pregnancy; Alcohol and drug use in pregnancy; Anaemia; Sexually transmitted infections; Duration of pregnancy; Multiple births; Confinement and births; Birth support; Onset of labout; Presentation at delivery; Type of delivery; Average length of stay in hospital of mother and baby; Infant's sex; Infant's birth weight and gestational age; Morbidity and mortality; Breastfeeding; Pap smears -- Appendix 1: The National Aboriginal Health Strategy 1989 -- Appendix 2: Improvements in services available to Aboriginal and Islander women 1993 & 1997 -- Appendix 3: Mothers group activities -- Appendix 4: Birth weight for gestational age -- Appendix 5: Perinatal statistics -- Appendix 6: Drug free labour - actual case presentation -- Appendix 7: Newspaper clippings
Dimensions
30 cm
Extent
53 pages, 1 unnumbered page
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other physical details
facsimiles, charts

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