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October-December 2020| Vol 9| Issue 4

Original Article

The effects of group reality therapy on general health among nursing and midwifery students

Background: Nursing and midwifery students experience high levels of stress, particularly during their clinical education. High levels of stress negatively affect general health. Reality ther...

Original Article

The effects of traditional lecture and flipped classroom on learning, learning retention, and satisfaction among operating room students: A comparative study

Background: Rapid changes in communities necessitate the use of new-teaching methods in universities. Objectives: This study aimed to determine and compare the effects of traditional l...

Original Article

Effect of accelerated recovery program on recovery from secondary traumatic stress among nurses

Background: Nurses have distressing experiences during care provision, especially end-of-life care, which might lead to secondary traumatic stress (STS). The Accelerated Recovery Program (ARP...

Original Article

The effects of telephone-based telenursing on perceived stressors among older adults receiving hemodialysis

Background: Older adults who receive hemodialysis face different physiological and psychosocial stressors. Management of physiological and psychosocial stressors is among their basic needs fo...

Original Article

Comparison of the effect of sesame and almond oil on the incidence of striae gravidarum

Background: Striae gravidarum (SG) is one of the most common skin changes during pregnancy. Objectives: This study aimed to compare the effect of almond oil and sesame oil on the incid...

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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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