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Petrowski (1981) used an experimental approach to assess the effect of timing of teaching postpartum material to 40 maternity patients randomly assigned to one of four groups. The timing of teaching ranged from the last trimester of pregnancy to 4 days postpartum. There were no significant differences hi knowledge gain associated with the timing of teaching. Family Involvement Three studies were concerned with the involvement of family in the educational experience. Serving as subjects were children, surgical patients, and patients in a critical care unit.
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