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July-September 2017| Vol 6| Issue 3

Original Article

Comparing the effect of nurse-led and peer-led training on stress of mothers of children with chronic diseases

Background: For children and their families, the diagnosis of a chronic disease can come as a mental and psychological shock. Objective: The present study was undertaken to compare the e...


Original Article

The effects of continuous positive airway pressure mask on hemodynamic parameters after open heart surgery: a randomized controlled trial

Background: Controversies exist regarding the effects of continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) mask on hemodynamic parameters after open heart surgeries. Objectives: This study aime...


Original Article

Prevalence of timely introduction of complementary feeding and its related factors in children 6–24 months of age in Hyderabad, Pakistan

Background: A child at the age of 6 months requires an additional and improved nutrition, besides mother's milk for better growth and immunity, to protect them from many diseases. Lack of t...


Original Article

Evaluating inappropriate patient stay and its reasons based on the appropriateness evaluation protocol

Background: Hospital beds are among valuable resources for care delivery. Therefore, optimum use of them is crucial for increasing the efficiency of health-care services and controlling health-...


Original Article

Job stress, job satisfaction, and related factors in a sample of Iranian nurses

Background: A number of studies on Iranian nurses' job stress or job satisfaction are available. However, studies on the relationship between these two variables among Iranian nurses are ra...


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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.

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