This dissertation presents an investigation of factors associated with Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) seroconversion during pregnancy among women in Swaziland. The HIV epidemic has posed a big challenge in sub-Saharan Africa with two thirds of people living with HIV found in this region (1). Swaziland’s HIV prevalence has been among the highest in the world. The antenatal HIV.
According to the study of Pasqualini and Quintans, the mentioned factors have negative effects on the pregnancy rates. In fact, the actual concern in embryo transfer is as much as possible eliminate or if not minimize multiple pregnancies and any unwanted side effects.
Dissertation directed by: Professor Katherine J. Klein Department of Psychology As increasing numbers of women enter the workplace, more and more women and their employers are confronted with the issue of combining work, pregnancy, and childbirth. Unfortunately, very little management or organizational psychology researc h has examined the experiences of pregnant employees in the workplace. In.ABSTRACT Teenage Pregnancy, a case of under-aged girl usually within ages of thirteen to nineteen years becoming pregnant, is a serious cankerworm that has eaten deep to the fabric of our societies in this contemporary period. The term in every day speech usually refers to women who have not reached legal adulthood to become pregnant.The negative and positive impacts of the SRE on reducing teenage pregnancies in Southwark is explored by this process (Parry et al 2001) using both qualitative and quantitative data for completeness. Considering this is a concurrent HIA the past impacts are evaluated with a vision to enhance future progress. It is a multidisciplinary step as it involves all the people involved in the SRE.
Key words: teenage pregnancy, outcomes, education, socio-economic status, structural, Educational Psychologists. iii Acknowledgements I would like to express my sincere gratitude to my academic tutor, Mark Turner for the constructive comments, on-going feedback and engagement through the learning process. I would also like to thank the tutor team at UEL for their continued support whilst on.Read More
Sensitisation can also occur after a previous miscarriage or ectopic pregnancy, or if a RhD negative woman has received a transfusion of RhD positive blood by mistake (although this is extremely rare). How sensitisation leads to rhesus disease. If sensitisation occurs, the next time the woman is exposed to RhD positive blood her body will produce antibodies immediately. If she's pregnant with.Read More
This research documents the personal stories of women who have gone through pregnancy loss and seeks to better understand their experiences coping with miscarriage. Through in-depth one to one interviews, I examine the positive and negative aspects of the participants’ experiences, what impacted and influenced their coping, and how they were able to deal with and overcome their loss. This.Read More
You can work right through pregnancy. I don't know a single female academic who took pregnancy off. I finished data collection and wrote a dissertation with DS1, with DS2 I was a junior academic and wrote several papers and a successful grant application, and with this third pregnancy I am getting a huge multi site trial off the ground. It is.Read More
Pregnancy, 2007; Guttmacher Institute, 2006; Hamilton et al, 2006). Overall the pregnancy rate for teenage girls has declined. However, African Americans and Latinas have a pregnancy rate well above the national average. In 2005, Latina girls between the ages of 15 - 19 had a pregnancy rate of 125 per 1,000 and African American girls had a.Read More
Rhesus negative: issues for the baby. Being rhesus negative is not a problem in your first pregnancy. But if you have more babies, you might need extra care. If you are rhesus negative but have a rhesus positive baby, the baby’s blood can enter your bloodstream. The danger of that is that your immune system can develop antibodies against it.Read More
According to his findings, the negative trend especially impacted those between the ranks of E-4 to E-6. Balser studied data collected following the Pentagon's maternity leave policy change in 2016.Read More
Teen Pregnancy and motherhood. Lockhart and Wodarski (1990) reported that the high rate of teenage pregnancy (ages 13-19) is a result of a decrease in average age at menarche and increasing sexual activity in youths. Teenage motherhood has been shown to have negative consequences.Read More
To my dissertation committee, I thank each of you for your support and feedback. To Dr. Maki, thank you for being my dissertation chair and for your advisement. To Dr. Harper, thank you for being my co-chair. I am truly grateful for your feedback and helping me to grow and develop as a researcher. Your support and time truly meant a lot to me. To Dr. Ansley, thank you for being supportive with.Read More
The colleagues’ negative behaviour was attributed to their lack of knowledge. Dondashe (2001:49) suggests that value-clarification in-service training be conducted to ensure that all staff gain knowledge of and insight into TOP issues. Workshops on the implementation of the Termination of Pregnancy Act would enhance understanding and application. 96 SUMMARY The study confirmed that.Read More