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Holditch-Davis Publishes Six Articles in Five Different Journals
Diane Holditch-Davis published six pediatric-focused articles in five journals this year. In the January issue of the International Journal of Africa Nursing Sciences, she co-authored an article with PhD student Kaboni Gondwe entitled "Posttraumatic Stress Symptoms in Mothers of Preterm Infants."
Articles "Risk Factors for Postpartum Depressive Symptoms in Low-income Women with Very Low-Birth-Weight Infants" and "Perinatal, Neonatal, and Family Social Factors Predicting Poor School Outcome of Low-Birth-Weight Survivors: An Integrative Review" were published in the February issue of Advances in Neonatal Care. In addition, in the February issue of Archives of Women's Mental Health, she published an article entitled "Depressive Symptoms in the Second Trimester Relate to Low Oxytocin Levels in African-American Women: A Pilot Study."
Along with Post-doc Kristin Tully, Holditch-Davis co-authored an article entitled "The Relationship Between Planned and Reported Home Infant Sleep Locations Among Mothers of Late Preterm and Term Infants" in the July issue of Maternal and Child Health Journal. She also published an article entitled "A Preliminary Study of Depressive Symptoms in Mothers of 3-Year-Old Prematurely Born Children" in the journal of Children's Health Care.