Written by a world-renowned expert in perinatal pharmacology, this essential reference contains current, complete, and evidence-based information on the transmission of maternal drugs into human milk. Because so many women ingest medications while breastfeeding, one of the most common questions encountered in pediatrics is: Which drugs are safe and which are hazardous for the infant? This 2021 edition has been extensively revised, and now includes 50 completely new and 356 updated medications, and state-of-the-art coverage of multiple diseases, vaccines, and syndromes. It addresses the use of radiopharmaceuticals, chemotherapeutic agents, and vaccines in breastfeeding mothers, and covers adult concerns, methods of reducing risk to infants, and infant monitoring. New to the 2021 Edition: 50 New Drugs Added 356 Drugs Updated with new data 817 Drug References Updated. The latest information on the impact of prescription medications, over-the-counter drugs, herbs, and street drugs. Key Features: Evidence-based, current information on over 1300 drugs, diseases, vaccines, and syndromes. Dr. Hale's renowned "Lactation Risk Categories" incorporate recent updates. Key points and savvy tips about breastfeeding and medications for quick reference. Common abbreviations and drugs listed in alphabetical order. Adult concerns, adult dose, pediatric concerns, infant monitoring, and alternatives. Succinct information on evaluation of the infant. - Website
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Situating knowledge systems -- Research paradigms -- Discovery and recovery : reading and conducting research responsibly -- Whose reality counts? : research methods in question -- Postcolonial indigenous research paradigms -- Decolonizing evaluation -- Decolonizing mixed methods research -- Indigenous mixed methods in program evaluation -- Theorizing on social science research methods : indigenous perspectives -- Culturally responsive indigenous research methodologies -- Decolonizing the interview method -- Participatory research methods -- Postcolonial indigenous feminist research methodologies -- Building partnerships and integrating knowledge systems - Library of Congress Catalogue.
In this deeply moving feature-length documentary, three sisters and a brother meet for the first time. Removed from their young Dene mother during the infamous Sixties Scoop, they were separated as infants and adopted into families across North America.
Betty Ann, Esther, Rosalie, and Ben were only four of the 20,000 Indigenous Canadian children taken from their families between 1955 and 1985, to be either adopted into white families or live in foster care. As the four siblings piece together their shared history, their connection deepens, and their family begins to take shape. -website