Deborah Baiden

Deborah Baiden
University of Toronto | U of T · Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing

RN. MScN

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Abstract African, Caribbean, and Black (ACB) women globally experience health inequities that impact on their cardiovascular health outcomes during the perinatal period, and for years after. Aside from being at a high risk of having and dying from hypertensive disorders of pregnancy, ACB women who survive face a lifelong risk of cardiovascular dise...
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Introduction Newcomer mothers of African descent are at risk for maternal mental stress because of inadequate social support, newcomer status, and stress of motherhood. Limited participation of newcomer African mothers in mental health research contributes to a knowledge gap in this area further impacting culturally competent health services. This...
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Study Background The stress of immigrating, settling into Canada, and being a new mother, may place newcomer women at risk of mental health challenges. However, little is known on Black African newcomer women’s perspectives of postpartum mental health care after experiencing childbirth in Canada. Purpose To explore sociocultural factors that impac...
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Barcode medication administration technology (BCMA) was introduced to facilitate medication administration by health professionals, especially nurses. This paper reviewed and assessed the body of literature on the factors affecting the impact of barcode medication administration technology in reducing medication errors by nurses in hospital setting...

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