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Advances in stress and depression research | Janvier 2023 H

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Purpose of review: Stress plays a central role in the onset and course of depression. However, only a subset of people who encounter stressful life events go on to experience a depressive episode. The current review highlights recent advances in understanding when, why, and for whom the stress-depression link occurs, and we identify avenues for future research.

Recent findings: In the last 18 months, researchers have taken a more nuanced perspective on the biopsychosocial mechanisms critical to the stress-depression link. For example, examination of specific facets of emotion regulation, including emotion regulation flexibility and interpersonal emotion regulation, has been critical to understanding its role in depression. Similarly, refined investigations of social support allowed researchers to identify distinct - and occasionally opposite - outcomes depending on the context or manner in which the support was provided. Researchers also documented that the stress-depression link was enhanced by dysregulation of several stress-sensitive biological systems, such as the immune system, microbiome, endocrine system, and neuroanatomical substrates.

Summary: Recent studies highlight the importance of adopting a nuanced understanding of mechanisms and moderators that explain the stress-depression link. We also encourage continued engagement in collaborative, open science that uses multiple methods to study the full breadth of human diversity.
Purpose of review: Stress plays a central role in the onset and course of depression. However, only a subset of people who encounter stressful life events go on to experience a depressive episode. The current review highlights recent advances in understanding when, why, and for whom the stress-depression link occurs, and we identify avenues for future research.

Recent findings: In the last 18 months, researchers have taken a more nuanced ...

Cognition ; Dépression ; Stress ; Angoisse

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Relationships Among Parenting Stress and Well-Being, COVID-19 Information Management, and Children's COVID-19 Fear | Décembre 2022 H

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Objective: During the COVID-19 pandemic, caregivers who are facing high stress levels and decreased emotional well-being may parent their children differently. Certain children are experiencing greater fear in response to COVID-19, and research is needed to identify parenting behaviors significantly linked with children's COVID-19 fear. The purpose of this article was to evaluate whether the association between parenting stress and children's COVID-19 fear could be explained by parents' COVID-19 information management and emotional well-being.

Methods: Participants were recruited through Amazon Mechanical Turk. The sample consisted of 595 caregivers of children during the COVID-19 pandemic; 40.0% men, 69.2% non-Latinx White, 12.1% Black, 10.1% Latinx, 6.6% Asian, and <2% others. Children had an average age of 11.3 years. Parents completed self-report measures.

Results: The bootstrapped confidence interval (0.040, 0.148) for the indirect effect (0.090) revealed that parent emotional well-being significantly mediated the relation between parenting stress and children's COVID-19 fear. In addition, parent management of children's COVID-19 knowledge significantly mediated the relation between parenting stress and children's COVID-19 fear.

Conclusion: We found that the combined effect of parents' emotional well-being and parents' management of children's COVID-19 knowledge significantly mediated the positive relation between parenting stress and children's COVID-19 fear. Based on our findings, once parents' parenting stress is decreased and their well-being increases, parents may be more likely to provide children with developmentally appropriate and accurate COVID-19 information.
Objective: During the COVID-19 pandemic, caregivers who are facing high stress levels and decreased emotional well-being may parent their children differently. Certain children are experiencing greater fear in response to COVID-19, and research is needed to identify parenting behaviors significantly linked with children's COVID-19 fear. The purpose of this article was to evaluate whether the association between parenting stress and children's ...

Stress ; Peur ; COVID-19 ; Coronavirus ; Parents - Influence ; Parents - Santé et hygiène ; Peur chez l'enfant

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Background: Limited evidence is currently available on the prevalence of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) following traumatic spinal cord injury (SCI). This systematic review and meta-analysis aims to assess the prevalence and geographic distribution of PTSD symptoms after SCI.

Methods: After a search in the MEDLINE, Embase, Scopus, and Web of Science databases, two reviewers independently summarized relevant studies published through 20 October 2021. Observational studies were included. The studies were eligible if they assessed PTSD symptoms using standard self-report or clinician-based instruments. Data and results were reported using the overall prevalence and the odds ratio (OR), with 95% confidence intervals (CIs).

Results: 24 articles (5646 patients) met the inclusion criteria. The prevalence of PTSD symptoms ranged from 6.33% (95% CI, 2.73-13.97) to 61.76% (95% CI, 52.07-70.61). Pooled analysis demonstrated that the overall prevalence of PTSD symptoms in SCI patients was significantly higher in developing countries (41.64%; 95% CI, 31.11-52.55) than in developed countries (19.35%; 95% CI, 14.66-24.51) (OR = 1.24; 95% CI, 1.08-1.42; p = .003). The highest prevalence of PTSD symptoms was reported in South Africa (56.25%; 95% CI, 47.01-65.08), followed by Sri Lanka (45.71%; 95% CI, 30.47-61.81), and Greece (43.55%; 95% CI, 31.94-55.91). By contrast, Norway (6.33%; 95% CI, 2.73-13.97), Switzerland/Germany (8.65%; 95% CI, 4.8-13.42), and Denmark (10.71%; 95% CI, 6.89-16.30) were found to have the lowest prevalence of PTSD symptoms after SCI.

Conclusion: Many traumatic SCI patients suffer from PTSD symptoms, and their prevalence seems to be higher in developing countries than in developed countries. These findings underscore the need to consider the psychological aspects of traumatic SCI.
Background: Limited evidence is currently available on the prevalence of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) following traumatic spinal cord injury (SCI). This systematic review and meta-analysis aims to assess the prevalence and geographic distribution of PTSD symptoms after SCI.

Methods: After a search in the MEDLINE, Embase, Scopus, and Web of Science databases, two reviewers independently summarized relevant studies published through 20 ...

État de stress post-traumatique ; Stress ; Traumatisme psychique

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Impression management (IM) in the personnel selection context is traditionally seen as a dishonest
response distortion that indicates maladaptive coping. However, it has recently been proposed as a
personality trait that relates to better mental health and work performance. In the current investigation,
we examined the role of IM in buffering depression-related social stress and predicting individual’s
adaptive work behaviors. Through 3 studies in a large sample (N 2,317) in a real postgraduate
enrollment context and 1 follow-up study, we found that IM moderated the associations of depression
with 2 stressors related to lack of tangible and intangible stress-coping resources. The associations of
depression with social support and socioeconomic status were weaker among individuals with higher IM
tendency (Study 1). IM also predicted more perseverance in solving highly difficult problems (Study 2)
and enduring boredom (Study 3), which was thought to be adaptive and crucial in achieving occupational
success. Furthermore, we also showed that IM in the selection context predicted better adjustment and
performance in real academic life after the enrollment (Study 4). These findings demonstrate the positive
role of IM in making inferences about applicants’ mental health and potential work performances, which
is the top issue in personnel selection practices.
Impression management (IM) in the personnel selection context is traditionally seen as a dishonest
response distortion that indicates maladaptive coping. However, it has recently been proposed as a
personality trait that relates to better mental health and work performance. In the current investigation,
we examined the role of IM in buffering depression-related social stress and predicting individual’s
adaptive work behaviors. Through 3 studies ...

Stress ; Dépression ; Adaptation sociale

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Spirituality, Quality of Life and Frailty in Community-Dwelling Adults >= 50 Years | Mai 2022 H

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Frailty is a known risk factor for morbidity and death among older adults. Frailty is also known to be directly related to levels of depression and stress. While the beneficial effects of religion and spirituality on depression and stress have been well documented, it is unknown if they can mitigate the effects of depression and stress on physical frailty. This cross-sectional analysis of 110 community-dwelling adults 50 years of age and older, characterized by a range of frailty levels, examined whether spirituality reduced the effect of less-than-optimal quality of life (QoL) as measured by depression and stress on risk for frailty. Results of multivariable logistic regression analyses showed that the interaction of spirituality and QoL was significantly related to the likelihood of frailty. At the lowest tertile of spirituality, poor and mid QoL (those with depression +/- stress) increased the odds of frailty (Odds Ratio [OR] = 8.23 and 95% Confidence Interval [CI] = 1.34-50.74 for depression and stress and OR = 8.75, 95% CI = 1.20-64.09 for depression only). With increased medical utilization and costs due to aging it is important to address psychosocial aspects associated with frailty to mitigate their effects. Spirituality appears to have a beneficial effect in lessening the negative impact of depression and stress upon physical frailty, which may help older adults maintain a more robust state of health. These findings are worth further examination.
Frailty is a known risk factor for morbidity and death among older adults. Frailty is also known to be directly related to levels of depression and stress. While the beneficial effects of religion and spirituality on depression and stress have been well documented, it is unknown if they can mitigate the effects of depression and stress on physical frailty. This cross-sectional analysis of 110 community-dwelling adults 50 years of age and older, ...

Spiritualité ; Qualité de vie chez la personne âgée ; Dépression ; Stress

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Lorsqu’un parent assure les soins d’un enfant ayant un trouble du spectre de l’autisme (TSA), il fait face aux stresseurs quotidiens de la prise en charge d’un enfant, auxquels s’ajoutent ceux liés à l’autisme. Dans l’ensemble, ces parents rencontrent un niveau de stress parental plus élevé que les parents d’enfants non autistes ou présentant certaines particularités développementales. Dans une étude précédente, l’agrégation d’indices physiologiques et psychologiques obtenus chez 71 mères a mené à l’identification de trois profils de stress parental, montrant une adaptation distincte. Des entrevues semi-structurées ont été effectuées auprès de ces mères. Cet article présente le résultat de l’analyse qualitative d’entrevues menées auprès de mères dans chacun des profils identifiés (n:12). Les résultats montrent que les trois profils de stress parental se distinguent au niveau des caractéristiques des enfants, de la perception des mères à propos du soutien social offert par les professionnels et par l’entourage, de leur utilisation des stratégies de coping, en plus de l’ampleur et de la diversité des conséquences négatives auxquelles ces mères font face quotidiennement. Qualifiés de profils détaché, épuisé ou rencontrant un stress aigu, les différences entre les trois profils de stress sont discutées, illustrant une réalité complexe. La description de cette hétérogénéité dans le vécu de stress parental apporte une contribution novatrice à la recherche actuelle en fournissant des leviers d’intervention adaptés au vécu respectif.
Lorsqu’un parent assure les soins d’un enfant ayant un trouble du spectre de l’autisme (TSA), il fait face aux stresseurs quotidiens de la prise en charge d’un enfant, auxquels s’ajoutent ceux liés à l’autisme. Dans l’ensemble, ces parents rencontrent un niveau de stress parental plus élevé que les parents d’enfants non autistes ou présentant certaines particularités développementales. Dans une étude précédente, l’agrégation d’indices p...

Stress ; Adaptation (Psychologie) ; Troubles du spectre de l'autisme ; Autisme

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Effective Holistic Approaches to Reducing Nurse Stress and Burnout During COVID-19 | Mai 2022 H

Article (Soins infirmiers généraux)

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Background: Prolonged exposure to work-related stress can lead to nurse burnout, potentiating clinical and medication errors and low-quality patient care. Holistic approaches (such as mindfulness training, "zen rooms," and massage chairs, among others) have been shown to reduce nurses' anxiety, stress, and burnout.

Purpose: To evaluate the use of "serenity lounges" (dedicated rooms where nurses can take workday breaks for the purposes of relaxation and rejuvenation) and massage chairs on nurses' anxiety, stress, and burnout.

Methods: This quality improvement project analyzed 67 paired responses to surveys filled out by nurses before and after their use of serenity lounges at a medical center in Los Angeles between November 2020 and May 2021. Following successful implementation of a serenity lounge on a pilot unit, this project was expanded to a total of 10 units, including COVID-19 cohort units. As part of this expansion, massage chairs were added to 10 serenity lounges, along with items such as wipes, gloves, and shoe covers to enable nurses to adhere to infection control protocols.

Results: Analysis of the 67 paired responses to pre- and post-lounge-use surveys revealed a significant reduction in feelings of emotional exhaustion, burnout, frustration, being worn out, stress, and anxiety after use of the serenity lounge. Improvements in feelings of emotional exhaustion, being worn out, and being anxious were also noted after using the massage chair for at least 10 to 20 minutes.

Conclusions: These results highlight the importance of providing a holistic approach, including a serene space, massage equipment, and other amenities, to help nurses reduce feelings of anxiety, stress, and burnout, particularly during challenging times such as the COVID-19 pandemic.
Background: Prolonged exposure to work-related stress can lead to nurse burnout, potentiating clinical and medication errors and low-quality patient care. Holistic approaches (such as mindfulness training, "zen rooms," and massage chairs, among others) have been shown to reduce nurses' anxiety, stress, and burnout.

Purpose: To evaluate the use of "serenity lounges" (dedicated rooms where nurses can take workday breaks for the purposes of ...

Anxiété ; Épuisement professionnel ; COVID-19 ; SOINS INFIRMIERS ; Stress

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The Effect of Paternal Skin-to-Skin Care: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Randomized Control Trials | Février 2022 H

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Background: Research about skin-to-skin care (SSC) experiences in early period after birth has focused on mothers and infants.

Purpose: The purpose of this study was to determine the outcomes of paternal skin-to-skin care (P-SSC) in both fathers and infants.

Methods: The Cochrane Central Register of Controlled Trials (CENTRAL), PubMed/MEDLINE, Embase, CINAHL, PsycInfo, Airiti Library, and Google Scholar were searched for randomized controlled trials (RCTs) that reported outcomes of P-SSC in both fathers and infants. We calculated pooled mean differences (MDs) and 95% confidence intervals (CIs) using RevMan 5.3 for the meta-analysis [PROSPERO: CRD42018106790].

Results: Seven RCTs including a total of 552 participants were eligible for inclusion. Compared to the maternal skin-to-skin care (M-SSC), fathers in the P-SSC exhibited no significant differences in salivary oxytocin levels (MD: -0.35 pg/mL; 95% CI: -0.75, 0.05), salivary cortisol levels (MD: 0.25 [mu]g/dL; 95% CI: -0.82, 1.33), or anxiety scores (MD: -0.17; 95% CI: -0.57, 0.22) during the period of SSC. Similarly, there were no significant differences in the salivary cortisol levels (MD: -0.11 [mu]g/dL; 95% CI: -0.05, 0.28) among preterm infants between the 2 groups. However, the crying time was less among full-term infants in the P-SSC group compared with infants in the incubator care or cot care groups.

Implications for Practice and Research: P-SSC had similar effects as M-SSC on stress-related outcomes during and after SSC among fathers and infants in the early stages after birth. We recommend that P-SSC be implemented in the early stages after birth. Further RCTs with a longitudinal design and large samples are needed to better understand the long-term effects of P-SSC on fathers and infants.
Background: Research about skin-to-skin care (SSC) experiences in early period after birth has focused on mothers and infants.

Purpose: The purpose of this study was to determine the outcomes of paternal skin-to-skin care (P-SSC) in both fathers and infants.

Methods: The Cochrane Central Register of Controlled Trials (CENTRAL), PubMed/MEDLINE, Embase, CINAHL, PsycInfo, Airiti Library, and Google Scholar were searched for randomized controlled ...

Anxiété ; Angoisse ; Stress ; Parents et enfants

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Cote : BF698.35.S47 A769h.F 2022

Pour mieux comprendre l'hypersensibilité et en faire votre plus grande force

Trop souvent perçue - à tort - comme une réaction exagérée aux stimuli du quotidien, l'hypersensibilité est largement répandue dans nos sociétés, où une personne sur cinq vit avec ses conséquences. Mal gérée, cette surdose d'émotions ouvre la voie à la peur de l'autre, du monde et de l'engagement, de même qu'au manque d'assurance et d'amour-propre. Elle constitue pourtant un atout de taille qui permet de discerner mille et une subtilités de l'environnement insoupçonnées des autres. Grâce à Elaine Aron, prenez enfin conscience des effets de la suractivation de votre système nerveux sur votre carrière, vos relations et votre vie intérieure, et découvrez des pistes pour surmonter les obstacles auxquels vous vous heurtez depuis toujours. Cet ouvrage vous permettra non seulement d'accepter le trait de caractère qui vous distingue, mais également d'en faire une force dans toutes les sphères de votre vie.
Pour mieux comprendre l'hypersensibilité et en faire votre plus grande force

Trop souvent perçue - à tort - comme une réaction exagérée aux stimuli du quotidien, l'hypersensibilité est largement répandue dans nos sociétés, où une personne sur cinq vit avec ses conséquences. Mal gérée, cette surdose d'émotions ouvre la voie à la peur de l'autre, du monde et de l'engagement, de même qu'au manque d'assurance et d'amour-propre. Elle constitue ...

Sensibilité (Trait de personnalité) ; Actualisation de soi ; Gestion du stress ; Stress ; Peur

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Lorsqu’un parent assure les soins d’un enfant ayant un trouble du spectre de l’autisme (TSA), il fait face aux stresseurs quotidiens de la prise en charge d’un enfant, auxquels s’ajoutent ceux liés à l’autisme. Dans l’ensemble, ces parents rencontrent un niveau de stress parental plus élevé que les parents d’enfants non autistes ou présentant certaines particularités développementales. Dans une étude précédente, l’agrégation d’indices physiologiques et psychologiques obtenus chez 71 mères a mené à l’identification de trois profils de stress parental, montrant une adaptation distincte. Des entrevues semi-structurées ont été effectuées auprès de ces mères. Cet article présente le résultat de l’analyse qualitative d’entrevues menées auprès de mères dans chacun des profils identifiés (n:12). Les résultats montrent que les trois profils de stress parental se distinguent au niveau des caractéristiques des enfants, de la perception des mères à propos du soutien social offert par les professionnels et par l’entourage, de leur utilisation des stratégies de coping, en plus de l’ampleur et de la diversité des conséquences négatives auxquelles ces mères font face quotidiennement. Qualifiés de profils détaché, épuisé ou rencontrant un stress aigu, les différences entre les trois profils de stress sont discutées, illustrant une réalité complexe. La description de cette hétérogénéité dans le vécu de stress parental apporte une contribution novatrice à la recherche actuelle en fournissant des leviers d’intervention adaptés au vécu respectif.
Lorsqu’un parent assure les soins d’un enfant ayant un trouble du spectre de l’autisme (TSA), il fait face aux stresseurs quotidiens de la prise en charge d’un enfant, auxquels s’ajoutent ceux liés à l’autisme. Dans l’ensemble, ces parents rencontrent un niveau de stress parental plus élevé que les parents d’enfants non autistes ou présentant certaines particularités développementales. Dans une étude précédente, l’agrégation d’indices p...

Stress ; Adaptation (Psychologie) ; Troubles du spectre de l'autisme ; Autisme ; Santé mentale ; Intervention préventive ciblée ; Dépression

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PURPOSE The COVID-19 pandemic has dramatically affected all areas of health care. Primary care practices are on the front lines for patients seeking health care during this period. Understanding clinical and administrative staff members’ strategies for managing the broad-ranging changes to primary care service delivery is important for the support of workforce well-being, burnout, and commitment to primary care.

METHODS Thirty-three staff members from 8 practices within a single health care system completed short, semistructured interviews from May 11, 2020 to July 20, 2020. Interviews were coded using a combination of conventional and directed content analysis.

RESULTS Themes emerged from the data that mapped onto the Job Demands-Control-Social Support model. Participants reported that every aspect of primary care service delivery needed to be adapted for COVID-19, which increased their job demands significantly. Several also described pride in their development of new skills, and in most interviews, they expressed that the experience brought staff together. Staff engaged in active cognitive reframing of events during the interviews as they coped with increased workplace stress. However, as the pandemic changed from an acute stress event to a chronic stressor, staff were more likely to indicate signs of burnout.

CONCLUSIONS Primary care teams absorbed tremendous burdens during COVID-19 but also found that some stress was offset by increased support from management and colleagues, belief in their own necessity, and new development opportunities. Considering high prepandemic strain levels, the ability of primary care teams to persist under these conditions might erode as the crisis becomes an enduring challenge.
PURPOSE The COVID-19 pandemic has dramatically affected all areas of health care. Primary care practices are on the front lines for patients seeking health care during this period. Understanding clinical and administrative staff members’ strategies for managing the broad-ranging changes to primary care service delivery is important for the support of workforce well-being, burnout, and commitment to primary care.

METHODS Thirty-three staff ...

COVID-19 ; Stress ; Angoisse ; Soins de santé primaires ; Épuisement professionnel

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- 559 p.
Cote : WM172 D344c 2021

Ouvrage de référence sur le syndrome d'épuisement professionnel proposant des pistes de réflexion et une démarche en dix étapes pour dépasser la crise et en sortir.

Fatigue mentale ; Épuisement professionnel ; Épuisement professionnel - Traitement ; Épuisement professionnel - Diagnostic ; Épuisement professionnel - Médecines parallèles ; Épuisement professionnel - Prévention ; Stress dû au travail ; Stress ; Traumatisme psychique

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La pandémie de la COVID-19 a entraîné son lot de craintes, de stress et d’incertitudes dans la population. Plusieurs experts ont évoqué les répercussions négatives que cela pouvait avoir sur la santé mentale de la population, incluant les personnes vivant avec un trouble mental, naissant ou déjà existant. Les risques liés aux rechutes et autres impacts chez ces personnes

SANTÉ ; Stress ; Population ; Santé mentale ; Bien-être ; Coronavirus

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The COVID-19 pandemic poses an acute threat to the well-being of children and families due to challenges related to social disruption such as financial insecurity, caregiving burden, and confinement-related stress (e.g., crowding, changes to structure, and routine). The consequences of these difficulties are likely to be longstanding, in part because of the ways in which contextual risk permeates the structures and processes of family systems. The current article draws from pertinent literature across topic areas of acute crises and long-term, cumulative risk to illustrate the multitude of ways in which the well-being of children and families may be at risk during COVID-19. The presented conceptual framework is based on systemic models of human development and family functioning and links social disruption due to COVID-19 to child adjustment through a cascading process involving caregiver well-being and family processes (i.e., organization, communication, and beliefs). An illustration of the centrality of family processes in buffering against risk in the context of COVID-19, as well as promoting resilience through shared family beliefs and close relationships, is provided. Finally, clinical and research implications are discussed.
The COVID-19 pandemic poses an acute threat to the well-being of children and families due to challenges related to social disruption such as financial insecurity, caregiving burden, and confinement-related stress (e.g., crowding, changes to structure, and routine). The consequences of these difficulties are likely to be longstanding, in part because of the ways in which contextual risk permeates the structures and processes of family systems. ...

Coronavirus ; Stress ; Famille - Santé mentale ; Famille - Santé et hygiène

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- 433 p.
Cote : WM172.4 L965p 2020

Stress ; Gestion du stress ; Stress - Aspect endocrinien

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The postpartum period represents a critical window to initiate targeted interventions to improve cardiometabolic health following pregnancies complicated by gestational diabetes mellitus and/or a hypertensive disorder of pregnancy. The purpose of this systematic review was to examine studies published since 2011 that report rates of postpartum follow-up and risk screening for women who had gestational diabetes and/or a hypertensive disorder of pregnancy and to identify disparities in care. Nine observational studies in which postpartum follow-up visits and/or screening rates were measured among US women following pregnancies complicated by gestational diabetes and/or a hypertensive disorder of pregnancy were reviewed. Rates of postpartum follow-up ranged from 5.7% to 95.4% with disparities linked to black race and Hispanic ethnicity, low level of education, and coexisting morbidities such as mental health disorders. Follow-up rates were increased if the provider was an obstetrician/endocrinologist versus primary care. Payer source was not associated with follow-up rates. The screening rate for diabetes in women who had gestational diabetes did not exceed 58% by 4 months across the studies analyzed, suggesting little improvement in the last 10 years. While women who had a hypertensive disorder appear to have had a postpartum blood pressure measured, it is unclear whether follow-up intervention occurred. Overall, postpartum screening rates for at-risk women remain suboptimal and vary substantially. Further research is warranted including reliable population-level data to inform equitable progress to meeting the evidence-informed guidelines.
The postpartum period represents a critical window to initiate targeted interventions to improve cardiometabolic health following pregnancies complicated by gestational diabetes mellitus and/or a hypertensive disorder of pregnancy. The purpose of this systematic review was to examine studies published since 2011 that report rates of postpartum follow-up and risk screening for women who had gestational diabetes and/or a hypertensive disorder of ...

Soins postnatals ; Diabète chez la femme enceinte ; Femmes enceintes - Santé mentale ; Stress

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The behavioural pharmacology of stress-related disorders. | Avril 2019 H

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Stress - Prévention [5]

Anxiété [4]

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Stress dû au travail [4]

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Traumatisme psychique [3]

Adaptation (Psychologie) [2]

Autisme [2]

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État de stress post-traumatique [2]

Femmes enceintes - Santé mentale [2]

Médecine psychosomatique [2]

Peur [2]

Pleine conscience (Psychologie) [2]

Psychophysiologie [2]

Santé mentale [2]

Stress - Effets physiologiques [2]

Thérapie cognitive basée sur la pleine conscience [2]

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Actualisation de soi [1]

Adaptation (Biologie) [1]

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Angoisse chez l'adolescent [1]

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Autothérapie [1]

Bien-être [1]

Cerveau - Physiologie [1]

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Diabète chez la femme enceinte [1]

Dissociation (Psychologie) [1]

Épuisement professionnel - Diagnostic [1]

Épuisement professionnel - Médecines parallèles [1]

Épuisement professionnel - Traitement [1]

Esprit et corps [1]

Exercices respiratoires - Emploi en thérapeutique [1]

Famille - Santé et hygiène [1]

Famille - Santé mentale [1]

Fatigue mentale [1]

Gestion du stress chez l'enfant [1]

Grossesse - Aspect psychologique [1]

Harcèlement en milieu de travail [1]

Hypertension artérielle [1]

Insomnie - Traitement [1]

Intervention préventive ciblée [1]

Neuropsychoendocrinologie [1]

Parents - Influence [1]

Parents - Santé et hygiène [1]

Parents et enfants [1]

Peur chez l'enfant [1]

Pharmacologie [1]

Phobies [1]

Phobies - Traitement [1]

Population [1]

Psychothérapie [1]

Qualité de vie chez la personne âgée [1]

Relaxation [1]

Respiration [1]

SANTÉ [1]

Sensibilité (Trait de personnalité) [1]

Soins de santé primaires [1]

SOINS INFIRMIERS [1]

Soins postnatals [1]

Spiritualité [1]

Stress - Traitement [1]

Stress chez l'adolescent [1]

Stress chez l'enfant [1]

Stress dû au travail - Prévention [1]

Travail - Aspect psychologique [1]

Troubles du sommeil - Aspect psychologique [1]

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