A Note on Terminology We are aware of the developmental distinctions between the embryo and the fetus. Of all the judgy noise around us, parenting criticism comes through loudly and clearly, a painful signal that elicits defensiveness and anger. We work hard to limit or expose bias—yours, ours, theirs. But we give you the scientific information you need to map your own path. In the parenting arena, that judgment feels—and is—very, very personal. Mistaking correlation for causation is one of the most common cognitive errors because the human mind seeks patterns and sees relationships in coincidence. We take on questions like: Should we circumcise our son? But the reality on the ground is different.
Includes pediatric, geriatric, multicultural, and home care interventions as necessary for plans of care. These systematic reviews and meta-analyses are great for getting a perspective of the state of the science, but because the authors select what to search for and include, they can be subject to bias too. Science writers and parents themselves, authors Tara Haelle and Emily Willingham have sifted through thousands of research studies on dozens of essential topics, and distill them in this essential and engaging book. Explains the difference between the three types of nursing diagnoses. Book Description Penguin Putnam Inc, United States, 2016. Not one thing we do nor one philosophy we follow will guarantee the outcome we intend.
The latest scientific research on home birth, breastfeeding, sleep training, vaccines, and other key topics--to help parents make their own best-informed decisions. No one, including scientists, is immune to the mistakes in interpretation that all of us make when assessing evidence. Is home birth ever a safe option? No matter how nice and unassuming you might be or how supersmart you are, you and the rest of us are all subject to superiority bias, known as the Dunning—Kruger effect. Credible scientific studies are out there — and they're 'bottom-lined' in this book. Finally, a book that presents the latest scientific research on home birth, breastfeeding, sleep training, vaccines, and other key topics--so that parents and parents-to-be can make their own best-informed decisions. .
Individuals who are socioeconomically disadvantaged have lower health literacy; often belong to racial, ethnic, and minority communities; and are often less likely to participate in research studies and biorepositories. But science is useful, because the practice of science produces data instead of anecdote—data we can use for evidence-based decision-making as parents. There is, however, a whole lot of bias and judgment. Illustrates the Problem-Etiology-Symptom format with an easy-to-follow, colored-coded box to help you in formulating diagnostic statements. As humans, we commonly overlook gaps in logic and ignore evidence that counters our existing beliefs and expectations.
Her writing has appeared in online outlets including Forbes, the New York Times, Scientific American, Slate, Discover, and others. But it can mislead when the apparent associations are more subtle. Science writers and parents themselves, Tara Haelle and Emily Willingham have sifted through research studies on dozens of essential topics, and distill them in this essential and engaging book. Even if you acknowledge the data, you might be inclined to diminish its relevance or ignore a larger consensus of data. Expands information explaining the difference between actual and potential problems in performing an assessment. وأن ندرك مخاوفنا ونواقصنا وما لسنا واثقين منه، وأن نكفّ عن التهرب والفرار من ذلك كله ونبدأ مواجهة الحقائق الموجعة، حتى نصير قادرين على العثور على ما نبحث عنه من جرأة ومثابرة وصدق ومسؤولية وتسامح وحب للمعرفة.
لا يتهرّب مانسون من الحقائق ولا يغفلها بالسكّر، بل يقولها لنا كما هي: جرعة من الحقيقة الفجِّة الصادقة المنعشة هي ما ينقصنا اليوم. In this book, we look at what science has to say at the various crossroads parents encounter, from vaccines to attachment parenting to circumcision to screen time. We try to help by representing the entire cherry tree, if you will, in each chapter. This book fills that gap. For anyone headed into parenthood, this is a must-read, as it answers so many questions new parents are bound to ask.
In the era of questionable Internet 'facts' and parental oversharing, it's more important than ever to find credible information on everything from prenatal vitamins to screen time. Research-based yet practical and accessible, it demonstrates how scientific, designing and making activities are natural to young children, and have the potential for contributing to all aspects of their learning. Is formula all right, because breastfeeding is just not for me? Category: Education Author : Betty J. وصحيح أن المال شيء حسن، لكن اهتمامك بما تفعله بحياتك أحسن كثيرًا؛ فالتجربة هي الثروة الحقيقية. Other kinds of clinical research include retrospective studies, taking a look back at already collected data and seeing what patterns emerge. ينصحنا مانسون بأن نعرف حدود إمكاناتنا وأن نتقبلها. This study design is intended to erase many of the problems of bias.
Adds detailed information on the multidisciplinary and collaborative aspect of nursing and how it affects care planning. But more and more parents and parents-to-be prefer to make up their own minds, based on the latest findings as well as their own preferences. This publication summarizes the presentations and discussions from the workshop. We also focus on evidence from research, not anecdotes even though we share a few from our own lives. What most of us are, though, is hoping to be the best parent we can be in the only situation that matters: for our children.
Most parenting books present a philosophy--what the author believes readers should do to raise happy, healthy kids. Another common thinking trap is confirmation bias, which leads us toward information confirming what we already think and turns us away from what contradicts our beliefs. By identifying the scientific and design-related concepts, skills and activities being developed, the book enables the reader to make more focused diagnostic observations of young children and plan for how they can help move them forward in their learning. The latest scientific research on home birth, breastfeeding, sleep training, vaccines, and other key topics—to help parents make their own best-informed decisions. As we dig into data, we note the traps to watch out for as you weigh research findings in the context of your personal needs. Shows how care planning is used in everyday nursing practice to provide effective nursing care.