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Current Issue

October-December 2019| Vol 8| Issue 4

Review Article

Prevalence of self-medication among pregnant Women: A systematic review and meta-analysis

Background: Self-medication is prevalent among pregnant women. It can cause adverse effects such as fetal anomalies. Objectives: This study aimed to estimate the prevalence of self-med...

Original Article

The effects of stress inoculation training on coping strategies among midwives in primary health-care centers

Background: Effective coping with stress is the main component of interpersonal communication. It helps people overcome their conflicts and problems in their interpersonal and social relation...

Original Article

The effects of video podcast on learning among midwifery students: A randomized controlled trial

Background: Although some studies examined the challenges of using podcasts, there is limited information about the effects of video podcasting on learning outcomes. Objectives: The pu...

Original Article

The effects of multidisciplinary education for nurses and physicians on the management of patients with multiple trauma

Background: Trauma is a leading cause of death and disability in developing countries. In-service training is a strategy for improving health-care providers' trauma-related knowledge and ...

Original Article

Factors behind moral distress among Iranian emergency medical services staff: A qualitative study into their experiences

Background: The unique characteristics of each emergency situation and the necessity to make prompt decisions cause emergency medical services (EMS) staff's ethical conflicts and moral di...

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Nursing and Midwifery Studies, a publication of Kashan University of Medical Sciences (KAUMS), is a peer-reviewed print + online Quarterly journal.

Features of Manuscript Management System

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