Annual Review of Nursing Research, Volume 3, 1985 by Harriet H. Werley PhD, Joyce J. Fitzpatrick PhD

By Harriet H. Werley PhD, Joyce J. Fitzpatrick PhD

This early quantity within the long-running sequence focuses totally on group matters. As in all volumes within the sequence, major nurse practitioners supply scholars, researchers, and clinicians with the rules for evidence-based perform and additional research.

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Periodic examination. Because of the importance of their research on periodic examination of school children by physicians, four articles are discussed preliminary to the review of seven articles related to physical examinations conducted by nurse practitioners in schools. In the early 1950s, Yankauer and Lawrence (1955) conducted a study on physical examinations of school-age children. The overall purpose of the study was to define the value of periodic medical examinations in the school setting and to clarify the role of school physicians in the periodic examination.

Of the 386 children seeing a physician, 58 received treatment and 5 had surgery for scoliosis. 5% were diagnosed to have scoliosis. As the result of heart sound screening, an average rate of 13,8 per 1,000 children were referred for medical care (Dennison & Fenimore, 1971). 1% among 7,063 grammar school children (Hyde, Bharani, Moore, Murray, & Haggerty, 1979). 7% were somewhat maladjusted (Kolvin, Garside, Nicol, Leith, & MacMillan, 1977). A high prevalence rate of inflamed ears, perforated drums, and scarred drums was found among 5- to 17-year-olds, and the cost for ear screening by trained nurses was estimated at 53 cents per child (Stanhope, Aitchison, Swindells, & Prankish, 1978).

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