Search for dissertations about: "Anna Sarkadi"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 15 swedish dissertations containing the words Anna Sarkadi.

  1. 1. The Family and the Wet Bed : The parents’ perspective and the child’s treatment

    Author : Maria Cederblad; Tryggve Nevéus; Anna Sarkadi; Gunn Engvall; Anna Bjerre; Uppsala universitet; []
    Keywords : Nocturnal Enuresis; Parents; Children; Treatment; Nursing; Medicinsk vetenskap; Medical Science;

    Abstract : The focus of this thesis is nocturnal enuresis in the primary care setting. Three aspects have been central: 1) the parental perspective, 2) differences between children with enuresis of varying severity, and 3) to explore whether the universally recommended basic bladder advice have any therapeutic effect. READ MORE

  2. 2. The borderland between care and self-care

    Author : Anna Sarkadi; Uppsala universitet; []
    Keywords : Medical sciences; Type 2 diabetes; chronic disease management; patient education; women; intimacy; guilt and shame; female sexual dysfunction; social network; MEDICIN OCH VÅRD; MEDICINE; MEDICIN; hälso- och sjukvårdsforskning; hälso- och sjukvårdsforskning;

    Abstract : The aim of this thesis was to examine different approaches to support the self-care of persons with Type 2 diabetes, with special reference to practical, social, and sexual aspects of women's self-management. The methods to elucidate this comprised: evaluating a new model for diabetes patient education; designing a model to analyse the role of social networks in women's diabetes; conducting individual and focus group interviews for deeper understanding of the social and sexual aspects of diabetes; and collecting questionnaire data as a complement to the above. READ MORE

  3. 3. Capturing and addressing preschool children’s emotional and behavioural problems : Using parents’, teachers’ and children’s perspectives

    Author : Anton Dahlberg; Anna Sarkadi; Raziye Salari; Ata Ghaderi; Ulf Axberg; Uppsala universitet; []
    Keywords : SAMHÄLLSVETENSKAP; SOCIAL SCIENCES; parenting; parenting support; child mental health; behaviour problems; emotional and behavioural problems; triple p; sdq; strengths and difficulties questionnaire; implementation; parenting program; child interviews; child perspective; psychometrics; coercive cycle; public health;

    Abstract : Emotional and behavioural problems (EBP) are among the most common mental health problems in preschool children. EBP are also associated with poor parent mental health. Untreated, EBP can persist or worsen over time. READ MORE

  4. 4. A cross-service approach to identify mental health problems in 3–5-year-old children using the Strengths and Difficulties Questionnaire

    Author : Elisabet Fält; Anna Sarkadi; Helena Fabian; Thomas Wallby; Lars Wallin; Uppsala universitet; []
    Keywords : MEDICIN OCH HÄLSOVETENSKAP; MEDICAL AND HEALTH SCIENCES; Child; Preschool; Child Health; Child Health Services; Child Behaviour; Clinical Trial; Implementation; Mental Health; Mental health disorder; Nursing Assessment; Strengths and Difficulties Questionnaire; Social Medicine; Socialmedicin;

    Abstract : The Child Healthcare Services (CHS) in Sweden offer regular health check-ups and reach almost all 0–5-year-old children. Although one of the objectives of the CHS is to detect mental health problems, evidence-based methods are not used for this purpose at the Child Health Clinics (CHCs). READ MORE

  5. 5. ‘I don’t even remember anything’ : Optimising the choice of method when interviewing preschoolers

    Author : Karin Fängström; Anna Sarkadi; Maria Eriksson; Rachel Calam; Steven Lucas; Sara Landström; Uppsala universitet; []
    Keywords : MEDICIN OCH HÄLSOVETENSKAP; MEDICAL AND HEALTH SCIENCES; child; interview method; computer-assisted interview; validity; forensic; shy; distress; emotion; Social Medicine; Socialmedicin; Psychology; Psykologi;

    Abstract : There is increasing need and demand in various contexts to take children’s perspectives into account, including the views and opinions of the youngest children. However, listening to the voices of children is a challenging and complex task, and the field is normatively loaded. READ MORE