Predictors of nonattendance at the first newborn health supervision visit.

Title

Predictors of nonattendance at the first newborn health supervision visit.

Creator

Specht E M; Bourguet C C

Publisher

Clinical pediatrics

Date

1994
1994-05

Subject

Adult; Female; Ohio; Socioeconomic Factors; Infant; Risk Factors; Sensitivity and Specificity; Age Factors; Outpatients; Hospitals; Patient Compliance; Appointments and Schedules; Confidence Intervals; Mothers; Human; Chi Square Test; Funding Source; Logistic Regression; Newborn; Models; Statistical; Record Review; Telephone; Predictive Research; Relative Risk; Adolescent Mothers; Infant Care; Marital Status; Maternal Age; Parity; Pediatric – Ohio; Ambulatory Care Facilities – Utilization; Child Health Services – Utilization; Physical Examination – In Infancy and Childhood

Rights

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Pages

273–279

Issue

5

Volume

33

Citation

Specht E M; Bourguet C C, “Predictors of nonattendance at the first newborn health supervision visit.,” NEOMED Bibliography Database, accessed April 11, 2021, https://neomed.omeka.net/items/show/6199.

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