Rourke Baby Record

For Parents

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9 Months


Abnormal-Looking Stool - The Hospital for Sick Children – About Kids Health

Babies: Phasing out Nighttime Feeding - The Hospital for Sick Children – About Kids Health

Bathtub Safety - Parachute Canada

Burns: First Aid - The Hospital for Sick Children – About Kids Health

Burns: Winter Safety - The Hospital for Sick Children – About Kids Health

Car Seat Safety - Canadian Paediatric Society – Caring for Kids

Car Seats - Parachute Canada

Child Passenger Safety - Parachute Canada

Choking: First Aid - The Hospital for Sick Children – About Kids Health

Constipation - The Hospital for Sick Children – About Kids Health

Diarrhea - The Hospital for Sick Children – About Kids Health

Disciplining your Child - The Hospital for Sick Children – About Kids Health

Download WHO Growth Charts for Canada - Dietitians of Canada

Drowning (Baby): First Aid - The Hospital for Sick Children – About Kids Health

Drowning Prevention - Parachute Canada

Excessive Gas (Flatulence) - The Hospital for Sick Children – About Kids Health

Feeding Your Baby 6-12 Months - Baby Friendly NL, Health Canada PDF

Feeding Your Baby in the First Year - Canadian Paediatric Society – Caring for Kids

Feeding Your Baby: Weaning - The Hospital for Sick Children – About Kids Health

Fever and Temperature Taking - Canadian Paediatric Society – Caring for Kids

Fever in Infants and Children - The College of Family Physicians of Canada

Food Allergies and Intolerances - Canadian Paediatric Society – Caring for Kids

Food Poisoning: Protecting Your Family - The Hospital for Sick Children – About Kids Health

Frostbite - Canadian Paediatric Society – Caring for Kids

Guiding your Child with Positive Discipline - Canadian Paediatric Society – Caring for Kids

Healthy Bowel Habits for Children - Canadian Paediatric Society – Caring for Kids

Healthy Sleep for your Baby and Child - Canadian Pediatric Society – Caring for Kids

Healthy Teeth for Children - Canadian Paediatric Society – Caring for Kids

Home Safety: Bed Time - Parachute Canada

Home Safety: Meal Time - Parachute Canada

Insect Repellents for Children - Canadia Paediatric Society – Caring for Kids

Iron Needs of Babies and Children - Canadian Paediatric Society – Caring for Kids

Is My Child Growing Well? - Canadian Paediatric Society – Caring for Kids

Never Shake a Baby - Canadian Paediatric Society – Caring for Kids

Nutrition Labels: Finding Out About The Food You Eat - The Hospital for Sick Children – About Kids Health

Pacifiers (Soothers) : A User’s Guide for Parents - Canadian Paediatric Society – Caring for Kids

Read, Speak, Sing To Your Baby: How Parents Can Promote Literacy from Birth - Canadian Paediatric Society – Caring for Kids

Safe Sleep for Your Baby - Public Health Agency of Canada

Sleeping Problems - The Hospital for Sick Children – About Kids Health

Sun Safety - Canadian Paediatric Society – Caring for Kids

Sun: Protecting Your Child’s Skin - The Hosptial for Sick Children – About Kids Health

Sunburn - The Hospital for Sick Children – About Kids Health

Taming the Monsters: Helping Children Deal with their Fears - Canadian Paediatric Society – Caring for Kids

Teething - The Hospital for Sick Children – About Kids Health

Water Safety for Young Children - Canadian Paediatric Society – Caring for Kids

Weaning Your Child From Breastfeeding - Canadian Paediatric Society – Caring for Kids

Winter Safety - Canadian Paedistric Society – Caring for Kids

Your Child’s Development – What to Expect - Canadian Paediatric Society – Caring for Kids



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Support and Acknowledgements

The RBR Parent Resources website and information sheets have been created by Laura Butler, BSc, Memorial University of Newfoundland (MUN) Medicine Class of 2014, and the RBR authors (Drs. L. Rourke, D. Leduc and J. Rourke). Two MUN Summer Undergraduate Research Awards, and MUN Professional Development and Conferencing Services have supported these projects. Evaluation project by Dr. Aimee Holla, MUN FM Resident.

Support for the RBR includes the Province of Ontario through the Offord Centre at McMaster University, and MUN's Dr W. Ingram Award. Licensing fees for electronic medical record use of the RBR go to the MUN RBR Development Fund.

As evidence is constantly changing, the Rourke Baby Record and this information should be used as a guide only.

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