impaired parenting


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parenting

 [par´ent-ing]
providing a nurturing and constructive environment that promotes growth and development in a child or children; see also attachment.
impaired parenting a nursing diagnosis accepted by the North American Nursing Diagnosis Association, defined as inability of the primary caregiver to create, maintain, or regain an environment that promotes the optimum growth and development of the child.
risk for impaired parenting a nursing diagnosis accepted by the North American Nursing Diagnosis Association, defined as risk for inability of the primary caretaker to create, maintain, or regain an environment that promotes the optimum growth and development of the child.

im·pair·ed par·ent·ing

(im-pārd pārĕnt-ing)
A nursing diagnosis describing parents or guardians who may have difficulties in securing an acceptable environment for children in their care.

impaired parenting

Inability of the primary caretaker to create an environment that promotes the optimum growth and development of the child.
See also: parenting
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Is the relationship between IPV and child outcomes mediated by impaired parenting practices?
The objective of the present study was to examine how domestic violence hinders the success of urban migrants through its association with maternal depression, impaired parenting, social capital, and child development.
Previous studies have suggested strong links between depression and impaired parenting, and have postulated that impaired parenting is a key mediator of the relationship between depression and child outcomes.
1989 Theoretical 49 All & Review of Controlled Groups Impaired Parenting Coyne & Wilson 2004 Theoretical -- All & Case Study 1 6 Greco & Eifert 2004 Theoretical -- Note.