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July-September 2020| Vol 9| Issue 3

Original Article

The effect of aromatherapy with rosa damascena essence on postoperative pain in inguinal hernia repair: A randomized clinical trial

Background: Despite therapeutic interventions, patients are still dissatisfied with the treatment of postoperative pain. Objectives: The aim of this study was to examine the effect of<...

Original Article

Comparing the effects of muscle relaxation and music therapy on anxiety among candidates for coronary angiography: A randomized clinical trial

Background: Coronary angiography is associated with some levels of anxiety. Anxiety in turn can cause different complications, and hence, interventions are needed for its management. Recently...

Original Article

The effects of guided imagery on test anxiety among the 1st-year nursing students: A randomized clinical trial

Background: Many students suffer from test anxiety (TA). Some nonpharmacological therapies, such as cognitive behavioral therapy, have been proposed for TA management. Objectives: The ...

Original Article

Protective disciplinary exchange: A qualitative study into nurse managers' supportive strategies for nursing error management

Background: Understanding nurse managers' supportive strategies for managing nursing errors can facilitate the improvement of nursing care quality and patient safety. Objectives: T...

Original Article

Development and psychometric evaluation of the police quality of work–Life questionnaire

Background: Police staff have difficult work conditions, are prone to physical damages, and experience high levels of occupational stress. Their work-related problems may affect their quality...

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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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