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For the third component of your course project, write a paper with a literature review on the topic you have researched throughout the course.
In your assignment, address the following: Write an introduction to your topic and describe its importance. Write a literature review related to the topic or issue you selected.
Review what is currently known about the topic from peer-reviewed academic journals. For more information about literature reviews, consult the Principles and Procedures for Writing a Literature Review iGuide page, linked in the Resources.
Evaluate research related to prenatal or postnatal development in relation to the topic you selected. As a reminder, the postnatal period should include only the first three months after birth.
Evaluate the relationship between the literature and real-world practice in prenatal care, postnatal care, or both, as they relate to your chosen topic. Recommend best practices for promoting the health of newborns or infants, in relation to your chosen topic.
Analyze the impact of prenatal care, postnatal care, or both, on family, community, or society.
Write a conclusion to summarize what you learned and the implications for the topic you selected. Assignment Requirements To achieve a successful experience and outcome, you are expected to meet the following requirements.
Written communication: Written communication should be free of errors that detract from the overall message. APA style and formatting: Resources and citations should be formatted according to current APA style and formatting standards.
Use APA subheadings. Include a title page, abstract, table of contents, and reference list, per APA guidelines. Length of paper: 15-20 double-spaced pages, not including title page, table of contents, abstract, or references list.
Font and font size: Times New Roman, 12-point. References: A minimum of 12 peer-reviewed resources are required.
Literature review of the post and pre natal care is the topic of the current presentation. A very detailed evaluation of the range of aspects possible with pre natal and post natal care as well focus on the discrepancies between the theoritical requirements and the actual progression and practices discussed in the write-up. Apart from that there is also discussion regarding the impact of the prenatal and post natal care on the community and society.
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Prenatal care and post natal cares do consider wide aspects of the mother and child care in general. There are number of aspects starting from biological, psychological, antiseptic, predictive, hygienic aspects considered in imparting the care to the people.
The write-up is about the care to be imparted as well the reality and discrepancy between the theory and the practice of the pre natal and post natal cares. Also discussed is the impact of these aspects on the community and the society.
Pregnancy is a god’s gift to every woman. In spite of terrific labor associated with women take pride in becoming pregnant and for giving birth to their offspring. Pregnancy and birth is a natural process and phenomena.
People will not feel that their life is fulfilled without having offspring. Every year hundreds and thousands of women are actually dying during the course of delivery and in after math. One of the main reasons for that it non-availability of the basic natal care to them.
There can be any types of the sociology, political and economic reasons making the treatment quite difficult for the people but still the underlying fact about the significance and the need for the care is unquestionable and it is needed for all global stakeholders, those belonging to the health care industry and supporting domains to consider the significance of the pre natal and post natal cares and should work out to materialize the outreach of the care to all the people in the society.
The current discussion is a comprehensive literature comprising three important divisions. The firs tis study of what comprises the prenatal and post natal care? What are the key elements to be considered as a apart of the pre natal and post natal care to the subjects? What are the current practices, current way of the diagnostic procedures in use?
What are the possible consequences and problems that the mother and the child face in these phases? What is the discrepancy between the theoretical care practices possible and what actually is being provided? What is the impact of the pre natal and post natal care on the society, on the family and the community in general?
The information presented is based on the literature review and based on the compilation of the information from the facts and the figures (Atlee, 1937).