family social climate

family social climate

a nursing outcome from the Nursing Outcomes Classification (NOC) defined as supportive milieu as characterized by family member relationships and goals. See also Nursing Outcomes Classification.
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The pattern of present findings is congruent with the broader stress physiology and abuse research which has identified the family social climate as frequently a stronger correlate of long-term health effects.
Fling and England (1995) indicated that adolescents raised in risky family social climates are at high risk for developing poor skills for emotional and physiological self-regulation and show frequent somatic complaints.
Children raised in risky family social climates are at high risk for developing poor skills for emotional, physiological, and self-regulation.