A nurse researcher explored viewpoints about HIV prevention among men in an urban homeless shelter. All of the men in the sample had had experiences as male prostitutes, and all were younger than 35 years. Which sampling method was used? A. Extreme case sampling B. Maximum variation sampling C. Homogeneous sampling D. Typical case sampling
Physiologic birth includes spontaneous vaginal birth at term with minimal technologic and pharmacologic interventions. Many perinatal interventions currently used decreases physiologic birth. Using information from evidence based findings found in current professional resources; respond to the following. Describe two (2) potential health benefits for the maternal/fetal dyad resulting from physiologic birth care practices. Describe how the registered nurse would promote physiologic birth. Describe why multidisciplinary collaboration is important when promoting/supporting physiologic birth.