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guidance

[′gīd·əns]
(navigation)
The process of directing the movements of any vehicle, especially an aeronautical vehicle or space vehicle, with particular reference to the selection of a course or flight path.

Guidance

See also Counsel.
Analects, The
emphasize human relationships, the golden rule, and usefulness to the state and society. [Chin. Lit.: The Analects of Confucius in Benét, 33]
Anthony, Mr.
gave guidance to supplicants on radio show. [Am. Radio: “Ask Mr. Anthony” in Buxton, 99]
Baloo
bear who teaches Mowgli jungle law. [Br. Lit.: The Jungle Books]
Dear Abby
column of moral or psychological advice; syndicated since 1956. [Pop. Culture: Payton, 185]
Deborah
under her aegis, Barak routed the Canaanites. [O.T.: Judges 4:4–10]
Dix, Dorothea
(1870–1951) syndicated columnist who gave advice to the lovelorn. [Am. Pop. Culture: Misc.]
Dooley, Mr
. Irish saloonkeeper in Chicago who sagely and humorously dispenses folk philosophy. [Am. Humor: Hart, 240]
lamp
Word of God showing the way. [Christian Symbolism: O.T.: Psalms 119:105]
Landers, Ann
(1918—) syndicated columnist who gives advice on personal problems. [Pop. Culture: Misc.]
Mentor
Odysseus’s friend and advisor. [Gk. Lit.: Odyssey]
Ten Commandments
God’s precepts for man’s life. [O.T.: Exodus 20:3–17; Deuteronomy 5:7–21]
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The above findings add further evidence for the effectiveness of oral hygiene education and anticipatory guidance provided at preventive care visits on prevention of adverse oral health outcomes.
Anticipatory Guidance and Parent Education and Assessment of Development and/or Behavioral Risks or Delays in Children) were adapted to assess behavioral health topics relevant for behavioral health care in well-child visits.
Sibling rivalry and the new baby: Anticipatory guidance and management strategies.
This protocol is based on infant developmental progression, with designated time periods serving as critical anticipatory guidance and assessment points at which infant health, development, and caregiving are reviewed for progress, needs, and treatment planning.
Counseling families, providing anticipatory guidance and referring families for counseling and support can help make a critical difference in helping decrease risk and increase well-being for lesbian, gay and bisexual youth.
Questions related to these two categories might be a focus for screening, either in anticipatory guidance or treatment strategies.
Concerns raised through PEDS could then be addressed by primary care providers who could prevent further problems through early intervention and anticipatory guidance and also act as appropriate triage for referrals.
Educational programs can be an effective intervention for anticipatory guidance and health promotion across the lifespan.
How to Take an Environmental History" provides a primer on the relevant questions that can guide appropriate anticipatory guidance during well child visits or raise the index of suspicion for environmental etiology during illness or symptom-related visits.
For example, a study using a nationally representative sample of parents of young children examined whether physicians had discussed six anticipatory guidance topics (e.
Breast milk jaundice occurs with such frequency that careful anticipatory guidance provided during later pregnancy is a physician's time well spent.