July-September 2021| Vol 10| Issue 3
The effects of competency-based education on midwifery students’ knowledge, skills, and self-confidence for postpartum hemorrhage management
Background: Hemorrhage is a leading cause of maternal death in the perinatal period. New teaching methods have been recommended for promoting midwives’ competence in maternal care deliver...
The effects of an interdisciplinary supportive educational program on anxiety among patients undergoing cataract surgery
Background: In most ophthalmic surgeries, patients are conscious or semi-conscious, and hence, they may experience varying levels of anxiety during surgery. Objectives: The aim of this s...
The effects of an ethical empowerment program on nurses’ ability of ethical care delivery to patients with decreased level of consciousness in intensive care unit
Background: Nurses should be empowered for ethical care delivery (ECD) to patients with decreased level of consciousness (LOC) in the intensive care unit (ICU). However, there are limited data ...
Comparing the effects of face-to-face and video-based educations on hand hygiene knowledge and performance among mothers in neonatal intensive care unit: A randomized controlled trial
Background: Hand hygiene is the first step in nosocomial infection control. However, most people have limited knowledge about proper hand hygiene. Objectives: This study aimed at compari...
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Effect of daily walking program on glucose level among overweight pregnant women
Background: Overweight and obese pregnant women are more than twice at the risk of developing gestational diabetes mellitus in comparison to nonobese women. Objective: The objective of t...
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