A Systematic Review of the Parenting, Feeding, Behavior, Family, and Nutrition for Children with Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFID)
Keywords:parenting, feeding, behavior, family, and nutritional, child, ARFID
Objective: Parenting is an essential factor in causing ARFID. A good understanding of parenting, feeding,
behavior, family, and nutrition can provide better care. The present study aimed to investigate parenting,
feeding, action, family, and food in children with ARFID.
Review: Relevant database for systematic search of ARFID studies.
Result: The review results found that there were five important themes in the case of children with ARFID.
The five themes include parenting, feeding, behavior, family, and nutrition. There is a relatively strong
relationship, namely the relationship between parenting-feeding, parenting-behavior, parenting-family,
parenting-nutritional sequentially (r = 0.72; r = 0.66; r = 0.59; r = 0.59 ).
Conclusion: Important factors that must be understood by families and the health care team in providing
care for ARFID children include: parenting, feeding, behavior, family, and nutrition. A good understanding
of these factors can be used as guidelines for providing nursing care in children with ARFID.
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