Value of health, incidence of depression, and level of self-esteem in low-income mothers of preschool children
Issues in Comprehensive Pediatric Nursing
Nurses are continually promoting health and healthy lifestyles. This contribution requires that nurses understand client values and priorities. Traditionally, women have had responsibility for their own and their families' health. Nurses must recognize and understand the complex influences shaping the value women place on health. The literature indicates that women want to participate actively in their own health care by assuming more responsibility for their health and well-being. © 1990 Informa UK Ltd All rights reserved: reproduction in whole or part not permitted.
Burns, Elizabeth I.; Doremus, Patricia C.; and Potter, Marianne B., "Value of health, incidence of depression, and level of self-esteem in low-income mothers of preschool children" (1990). Articles & Book Chapters. 456.