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Occupational Risks in Midwifery: From Bernardino Ramazzini to Modern Times

Bianchi T, Belingheri M, Nespoli A, De Vito G, Riva MA

Occupational risks are often underestimated in midwifery. It is not commonly known that occupational risks were originally described by the Italian physician Bernardino Ramazzini (1633e1714) at the beginning of the...
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Social Perceptions of Quack in Qing Dynasty and Its Transformation in the Late Qing Period

Choi J

“Yong-yi” means “quack” in English, which generally refers to a doctor who does not have good medical skills. In the Ming and Qing dynasties in China, various criticism about “Yong-yi”...
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Exploring Contributing Factors to Psychological Traumatic Childbirth from the Perspective of Midwives: A Qualitative Study

Huang D, Dai L, Zeng T, Huang H, Wu M, Yuan M, Zhang K

PURPOSE: As midwives witness and attend the whole process of childbirth, they have a better understanding of which factors may cause traumatic childbirth. However, because most of the studies paid...
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Development and Effect of Nurse-Centered Doula Support Program for Mothers with Natural Childbirth: PILOT TEST

Park J, Park HR

PURPOSE: The present study is to develop a Nurse-Centered Doula Support Program (NDSP) for the management of pain and childbirth support in natural births and to evaluate its effect. METHODS: Sixty...
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Violence at work: determinants & prevalence among health care workers, northwest Ethiopia: an institutional based cross sectional study

Yenealem D, Woldegebriel MK, Olana AT, Mekonnen T

BACKGROUND: Workplace violence is the intentional use of power, threatened or actual, against another person or against a group, in work-related circumstances, that either results in or has a high...
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Effects of a Community Outreach Program for Maternal Health and Family Planning in Tigray, Ethiopia

Bang KS, Chae SM, Lee I, Yu J, Kim J

PURPOSE: We examined the effects of a community outreach program for maternal health in Tigray, Ethiopia, on women's knowledge about pregnancy, childbirth, postpartum care, and family planning, and assessed their...
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The Effects of Labor pain and Labour agentry on Perception of Delivery Experience in Puerperas Giving Birth in Midwifery Clinic

Lee SO, Park JS

PURPOSE: This study intends to identify the relations among labor pain and labor agentry of puerperas giving birth in midwifery clinic and perception of delivery experience, and to establish factors...
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Sexual Disharmony in Menopausal Women and Their Husband: A Qualitative Study of Reasons, Strategies, and Ramifications

Ghazanfarpour M, Khadivzadeh T, Roudsari R

OBJECTIVES: The goal of this study was to explore perceptions and experiences of general practitioners and midwives during sexual dialogue with menopausal women. METHODS: In a descriptive exploratory qualitative study, 13...
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Length of Stay, Health Care Cost, Postpartum Discomfort, and Satisfaction with Medical Service in Puerperas Giving Birth in Midwifery Clinic and Hospitals

Park MR, Lee JY

PURPOSE: To determine traits related to pregnancy and delivery, length of stay, health care cost, postpartum discomfort, and satisfaction with medical service of puerperas giving birth in midwifery clinic and...
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Cultural Barriers Influencing Midwives' Sexual Conversation with Menopausal Women

Khadivzadeh T, Ghazanfarpour M, Latifnejad Roudsari R

OBJECTIVES: The present study aimed to determine the barriers influencing the sexual conversation. METHODS: In this descriptive cross-sectional study, 200 midwives were selected through convenience sampling method from private and public...
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Experience of nursing students about the barriers to patient education: a qualitative study in Iran

Abbasi M, Rabiei L, Masoudi R

PURPOSE: Patient education is a dynamic and continuous process that should be implemented during the entire time of hospital stay and even afterward. Studies have shown the typically poor quality...
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The effects of an empathy role-playing program for operating room nursing students in Iran

Larti N, Ashouri E, Aarabi A

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of a role-playing training program conducted among operating room nursing students on empathetic communication with patients through measurements of...
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Prevalence, Age Distribution, and Risk Factors of Visual Inspection With Acetic Acid-Positive From 2007 to 2011 in Jakarta

Nuranna L, Donny NB, Purwoto G, Winarto H, Utami TW, Anggraeni , Peters AA

BACKGROUND: Cervical cancer is still the second most frequent cancer among Indonesian women, thus screening program is still critically important to prevent it. Visual inspection with acetic acid (VIA) was...
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No fault compensation in perinatal medicine in Japan-from results for 8 years

Iwashita M

No fault compensation in perinatal medicine has been established to provide aid to patients in the event of disability due to a medical accident during delivery and to strive to...
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Does the acceptance of hybrid learning affect learning approaches in France?

Marco LD, Venot A, Gillois P

PURPOSE: Acceptance of a learning technology affects students' intention to use that technology, but the influence of the acceptance of a learning technology on learning approaches has not been investigated...
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Design and Evaluation of Reform Plan for Local Academic Nursing Challenges Using Action Research

Asadizaker M, Abedsaeedi Z, Abedi H, Saki A

PURPOSE: This study identifies challenges to the first nurse training program for undergraduate nursing students at a nursing and midwifery school in Iran using a collaborative approach in order to...
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The effect of the SNAPPS (summarize, narrow, analyze, probe, plan, and select) method versus teacher-centered education on the clinical gynecology skills of midwifery students in Iran

Barangard , Afshari P, Abedi P

This study aimed to determine the effect of the SNAPPS (summarize, narrow, analyze, probe, plan, and select) method versus teacher-centered education on the clinical skills of midwifery students in Iran....
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Experiences of Nursing College Students attended to Delivery Practice at Midwifery Clinic

Park C, Kim H, Yeoum S

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to explore the experiences of nursing college students who attended delivery practices at midwifery clinic. METHODS: This was a qualitative study using focus groups....
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Obstetric Medical Book and Women's Childbirth in Qing Dynasty: The Case of the Treatise on Easy Childbirth

Yu YS

Ye Feng composed what was to become one of the most famous and widely-circulating medical works of the late imperial period, the Treatise on Easy Childbirth(1715). Ye Feng proposed the...
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History of the national licensing examination for the health professions under the Japanese Government-General of Korea (1910-1945)

Park IS

During the reign of Japanese Government-General of Korea (Joseon) from 1910 to 1945, the main health professionals who were educated about modern medicine were categorized into physicians, dentists, pharmacists, midwives,...
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