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March 2010 Peer-Reviewed Feature  Comments

Exploring the Role of RNs in Family Practice Residency Training Programs

The authors developed a survey as part of a study to explore the role of nurses employed in Canadian family practice residency training programs, which provide physicians with two years of additional training after they have completed undergraduate medical education. Licensed practical nurses,...

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June 2009 Peer-Reviewed Feature  Comments

Waiting to be weighed: A pilot study of the effect of delayed newborn weighing on breastfeeding outcome

ABSTRACT Although breastfeeding initiation rates are rising in Canada, rates of continued breastfeeding remain far below international recommendations. Two factors that can have a positive influence on breastfeeding outcomes are maternal confidence and support and education provided by public...

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