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Maternal and Child Health Nursing is:

1. Family-centered
2. Community-centered
3. Evidence-based

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What are the 8 Millenium Development Goals

1. Eradicate extreme poverty and hunger
2. Achieve universal primary education
3. Promote gender equality and empower women
4. Reduce child mortality
5. Improve maternal health
6. Combat HIV/Aids, malaria and other diseases
7. Ensure environmental sustainability
8. Develop a global partnership for development

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What are the 4 Maternal and Child Health Nursing Practice Throughout the Childbearing-Childrearing Continuum

1. Provision of preconception health care
2. Provision of nursing care of women throughout pregnancy, birth, and postpartum period
3. Provision of nursing care of children from birth through adolescence.
4. Provision of nursing care to families in all settings

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These eight goals, set by United Nations back in 2000 to eradicate poverty, hunger, illiteracy and disease, expire at 2015.

Millenium Development Goals

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Are a collection of 17 global goals set by United Nations General Assembly in 2015 for the year 2030.

Sustainable Development Goals

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A group of people related by blood, marriage, or adoption living together. (US Census Bureau, 2009)

Family

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The family one is born into ( oneself, mother, father, and siblings if any)

Family orientation

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The family one establishes (e.g oneself, a spouse or significant other, and children if any)

Family procreation

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Focus of modern nursing practice

Family nursing

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Couples perhaps with children who live together but remain unmarried

Cohabitation Family

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2 people living together without children

Childfree or Childless family

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Composed of 2 parents and children.

Nuclear family

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Nuclear family plus grandparents, uncles, aunties, cousins, and grandchildren

Extended (multigenerational family)

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A divorced or widowed person with children marries someone who also has children

Blended family/ Remarriage/Reconstituted Family

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2 people living together, usually man & woman (newly married couple)

Dyad family

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A family that is created by divorce or separation when the child is raised in two families.

Binuclear Family

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Group of people who choose to live together as an extended family

Communal Family

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individuals of the same sex live together as partners for companionship, financial security and sexual fulfillment

Gay or Lesbian (LGBT) Families

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Foster parents may or may not have children of their own and receive remuneration for their care of the foster child

Foster Family

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Type of family structure in which a person from the family assumes the parenting of a child from his/her biological parents through adoption agencies, international, adoption and private adoption.

Adoptive Family

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Marriage with multiple spouses

Polygamous Family

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1 woman with several husbands

Polyandry

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1 man with several wives

polygyny

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Young adults return home to live with their family after college or a failed relationship until they can afford their own apartment or form a new relationship

Boomerang Generation

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A family that is squeezed into taking care of both aging parents and a returning young adult

Sandwich family

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Is a feeling of boredom or grief and loneliness may feel when their children leave home for the first time, such as to live on their own or to form families on their own.

Empty Nest Syndrome

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To document the fit of a family of their community; a diagram of a family and community relationships.

Ecomap

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The family that loosens tie to allow freedom and prepares the children to lead their own lives is in the life cycle stage of:

The family with an adolescent

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The family task that helps maintain a sense of unity and pride in the family is:

Motivation and morale

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The stage in the family life cycle wherein the nurse serves as a counsellor to a family with teenagers, a step in family growth

Family with young adult