HCS 465 Health Research Utilization
October 7, 2012
Reagan Parks, MHA
Clinical Digest. (2009, February 18). Aggression is a predictor of rapid repeat teen pregnancy. Nursing Standard, 23(24), . Retrieved from http://web.ebscohost.com.ezproxy.apollolibrary.com/ehost/pdfviewer/pdfviewer?sid=c7406762-80f7-42f7-8025-0c220415798f%40sessionmgr10&vid=6&hid=25# This article provides an interview to those adolescent mothers who had repeat pregnancy within 24 months of previous pregnancy and those individuals who haven’t had pregnancy. The study shows that several factors are affecting the rapid repeat pregnancy in adolescent mothers such as mental health, aggression behavior, and past experiences. In addition, those who had rapid repeat pregnancy were less confident in resolving and recognizing differences among people who are close to them and they felt more provoked by others. This is a peer-reviewed article, it states that it is peer reviewed in the section journal subset.
Kelly, L., Sheeder, J., & Stevens-Simons, C. (2004). Teen Home Pregnancy Test Takers: more worried or more wishful? Pediatrics, 113, 581-584. Retrieved from http://web.ebscohost.com.ezproxy.apollolibrary.com/ehost/pdfviewer/pdfviewer?sid=3ef99be4-5973-446c-998a-2449762adf86%40sessionmgr110&vid=4&hid=108 The study confirms that teenagers who were home pregnancy test takers were more apt to be unsure if they want to remain not to be pregnant because they have lack of any negative feedbacks about the effects of childbearing experiences. In fact, the study shows that these teenagers were more apt to remain sexually active and have unprotected sex because they are lack of anticipatory guidance. This is a peer-reviewed article, it states that it is peer reviewed in the section journal subset. McKay, A., & Barrett, M. (2011). Trends in pregnancy rates from 1996-2006:a comparison of Canada, Sweden, U.S.A., and...