|Title:||Care at School: Health Care Needs and Coping Strategies among Children Whose Mothers Are Foreign Wives
|Keywords:||學齡期兒童;外籍配偶;健康照護需求;學校護理人員;school children;foreign wife||Issue Date:||2005||Start page/Pages:||10||Source:||Abstract:||
婚姻移民形成的家庭是台灣的新面貌，學齡期外籍配偶子女人數日漸增加，生活與文 化背景的差異以及社會的刻板印象，使婚姻移民家庭處於弱勢與不平等的地位，而當 他們的孩子進入學校教育後的狀況又是如何呢？本文描述外籍配偶子女在生理、心理 、社會層面的健康需求，以及由社會不平等的觀點切入探討可能影響其健康照護利用 的相關因素。建議學校衛生護理人員應透過健康促進方案達到增進外籍配偶學齡期子 女之健康；使其得以在健康的家庭與校園快樂成長，以及獲得足夠的健康知識、培養 正向的態度與行為。 Families formed as a result of a marriage involving an immigrant are a new phenomenon in Taiwan. School children whose mothers are foreign wives are increasing. Because of differences in lifestyle and culture, and because of stereotyping, such families are vulnerable and prone to experiencing unequal treatment. How will they fare when their children start elementary school? This article explores the physical and psychosocial health needs and health care utilization of school-aged children whose mothers are foreign wives. It also explores factors which might arise in the case of these children because of social inequality. The authors emphasize the importance of school health and raise suggestions for school nurses. Such nurses should provide health promotion programs to promote the health of children whose mothers are foreign wives. This will enable these children to grow up happily and healthily, and develop into healthy, well-educated adults with a positive attitude and good health-related behavior.
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