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The period of Purple Crying Campaign [article] : [dossier]

Material type: materialTypeLabelArticleSAPHIR theme(s): Enfance | Promotion de la santé - PréventionMeSH subject(s): Shaken Baby Syndrome | Child Abuse | Crying | Parents | Social Marketing | Shaken Baby Syndrome -- prevention & control | Child Abuse -- prevention & control | Parents -- education | Parents -- psychologyOnline resources: Date de consultation : 03.05.2012 Summary: Each year infants die or are permanently disabled at the hands of their caregivers by abusive head trauma, more commonly known as Shaken Baby Syndrome (SBS). Current medical research confirms the central role of infant crying in triggering shaking by caregivers; anecdotally, inconsolable crying is the most common explanation given by abusers. Although SBS prevention efforts have been initiated, most remain unevaluated. This article provides an overview of a 5-year, evidence-based SBS-prevention program called The Period of PURPLE Crying: Keeping Babies Safe in North Carolina from a social marketing perspective. The project includes three components: (1) in-hospital education for parents of every newborn at all 86 hospitals/birthing centers in North Carolina; (2) reinforcement in community settings such as prenatal visits to health departments or well-child care visits to primary care providers; and (3) a media campaign. [Abstract of first article] [Contents] : P. 2-24: Designing and testing a shaken baby syndrome prevention program: the period of purple crying: keeping babies safe in North Carolina / Desmond K. Runyan... [et al.]. - P. 25-48: Myths, mysteries, and monsters: when shaken babies make the news / Heidi J. Hennink-Kaminski, Elizabeth K. Dougall. - P. 49-64: Tailoring hospital education materials for the period of Purple crying: keeping babies safe in North Carolina media Campaign / Heidi J. Hennink-Kaminski; Elizabeth K. Dougall.
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Each year infants die or are permanently disabled at the hands of their caregivers by abusive head trauma, more commonly known as Shaken Baby Syndrome (SBS). Current medical research confirms the central role of infant crying in triggering shaking by caregivers; anecdotally, inconsolable crying is the most common explanation given by abusers. Although SBS prevention efforts have been initiated, most remain unevaluated. This article provides an overview of a 5-year, evidence-based SBS-prevention program called The Period of PURPLE Crying: Keeping Babies Safe in North Carolina from a social marketing perspective. The project includes three components: (1) in-hospital education for parents of every newborn at all 86 hospitals/birthing centers in North Carolina; (2) reinforcement in community settings such as prenatal visits to health departments or well-child care visits to primary care providers; and (3) a media campaign. [Abstract of first article] [Contents] : P. 2-24: Designing and testing a shaken baby syndrome prevention program: the period of purple crying: keeping babies safe in North Carolina / Desmond K. Runyan... [et al.]. - P. 25-48: Myths, mysteries, and monsters: when shaken babies make the news / Heidi J. Hennink-Kaminski, Elizabeth K. Dougall. - P. 49-64: Tailoring hospital education materials for the period of Purple crying: keeping babies safe in North Carolina media Campaign / Heidi J. Hennink-Kaminski; Elizabeth K. Dougall.