Need ideas to teach new moms of 10-14 day old baby -public health.

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    I have to do a knowledge advancement project for new moms. It doesn't have to be a long presentation, but have no ideas. There are already boards on car seat safety, nutrition and breastfeeding. I was thinking of doing baby blues vs postpartum, but then realized baby blues would be just about over by 10-14 day mark. Any thoughts?
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    NORMAL postpartum depression would be. How about all the ones who aren't? Something to help them recognize it and get appropriate care?
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    It's flu and RSV season- maybe something about infection control in the newborn population?
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    newborn immunization schedules?
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    How about SIDS or teaching them "back to sleep."
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    Co-sleeping, reasons why pr why not, and safe ways to go about it?

    I still think you could do baby blues vs depression. I don't think it "has" to be over within 2 weeks. I've noticed in some cases it doesn't even start until a little later, after the initial high/adrenalin rush wears off and fatigue starts really settling in.

    Or postpartum anxiety? That isn't tallied about much, but it's getting a little more press lately.
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    Thanks for all your ideas. I am going to go with 'coping' and incorporate baby blues vs. postpartum depression and signs of it.
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    Quote from canuckkaren
    Thanks for all your ideas. I am going to go with 'coping' and incorporate baby blues vs. postpartum depression and signs of it.

    Be sure to look in your NANDA-I for all the nursing diagnoses related to coping, family role, and such. They will give you a good foundation for your teaching plan and your faculty will kiss your feet.


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