Pediatricians are on the front line of child care and advocacy, and it is their role to promote children's well-being and to help parents raise healthy children, independent of the configuration of their families. This report aims to draw attention to the evolving social scenarios and to emphasize that pediatricians must be trained to coordinate new challenges that may arise from differently configured families, particularly single-parent and same-sex–parent families.

Ferrara P, C.G. (2016). The Role of Pediatricians in Caring for the Well-Being of Children Living in New Types of Families. THE JOURNAL OF PEDIATRICS [10.1016/j.jpeds.2016.06.064].

The Role of Pediatricians in Caring for the Well-Being of Children Living in New Types of Families

Corsello G;
2016-01-01

Abstract

Pediatricians are on the front line of child care and advocacy, and it is their role to promote children's well-being and to help parents raise healthy children, independent of the configuration of their families. This report aims to draw attention to the evolving social scenarios and to emphasize that pediatricians must be trained to coordinate new challenges that may arise from differently configured families, particularly single-parent and same-sex–parent families.
Ferrara P, C.G. (2016). The Role of Pediatricians in Caring for the Well-Being of Children Living in New Types of Families. THE JOURNAL OF PEDIATRICS [10.1016/j.jpeds.2016.06.064].
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