29 Hits in 0.27 sec

Women's satisfaction with maternity health care services in Finland

Hellevi Kojo-Austin, Maili Malin, Elina Hemminki
1993 Social Science and Medicine  
, and servants) and IPC with Health Care Workers (HCWs).  ...  Maternity waiting home (MWH) is a temporary residence where pregnant women who rarely access basic obstetric cares stay. Objective: The study was aimed to assess women's MWH satisfaction.  ...  On the other hand, postnatal services include mothers and newborn health assessment, provision of necessary care and vaccination and proper health education on healthy maternity and newborn care.  ... 
doi:10.1016/0277-9536(93)90102-a pmid:8211277 fatcat:qwwxo46pnbhhjg5ngp3u533qvq

Factors Influencing Indonesian Women's Use of Maternal Health Care Services.pdf

Eva Agustin
2017 Figshare  
The likelihood of women usingthose recommended maternal health care services increased along with the increased educational attainment among womenand their spouses, and the older age at 􀃒rst birth.  ...  with the use of antenatal care, institutional delivery, and postnatal care services.  ...  Remember Me Log in  Add to cart  Add to cart Or purchase it * Factors Influencing Indonesian Women's Use of Maternal Health Care Services: Health Care for Women International: Vol 0, No  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.5691229.v1 fatcat:gnpaaybtubbglfhzqlngobzpzm

Women's perspectives on quality of maternal health care services in Malawi

Kennedy Machira, Martin Palamuleni
2018 International Journal of Women's Health  
women's perceptions on the quality of maternal health care service delivery are to improve.  ...  This experienced capacity deficiency within the health care facilities directly or indirectly influences women's use of maternal health care services in the country.  ... 
doi:10.2147/ijwh.s144426 pmid:29386917 pmcid:PMC5765969 fatcat:mq3ut24c55f53brll6hmcfzoue

Using data to explore vulnerable women's utilization of maternity health care

Mahnoush Rostami, Paola Charland, Ameera Memon
2018 International Journal of Population Data Science  
IntroductionInequitable access to appropriate maternity health care is an issue for vulnerable women that negatively impacts health outcomes.  ...  Therefore, we need to further investigate utilizing maternity models of care that serve both the maternal health needs and the social needs of this population.  ...  Introduction Inequitable access to appropriate maternity health care is an issue for vulnerable women that negatively impacts health outcomes.  ... 
doi:10.23889/ijpds.v3i4.967 fatcat:dmxa65dvcvfzrirfl6yqtzgsse

Women's autonomy and utilization of maternal health care services in rural Nepal

Kamala Lamichhane
2018 Nepal Population Journal  
Logistic regression analyses reveal that the utilization of both maternal health care services are related to women's autonomy as indicated by decision making power on own health care, large household  ...  This study has analyzed the relationship between women's autonomy and the utilization of maternal health care services in order to explore some possible reasons for the under-utilization of the services  ...  One major factor is low use of maternal health care services.  ... 
doi:10.3126/npj.v18i17.26379 fatcat:wz7jvik3zzamhjh42rl2n7xjuy

Gender differences in women's health and maternity care training: A scoping review

Sanja Kostov, Sudha Koppula, Oksana Babenko
2018 MedEdPublish  
health and maternity care rotations.  ...  Women's health and maternity care is a core component of the practice of comprehensive family medicine in Canada.  ...  Scott Health Sciences Library and the College of Family Physicians of Canada for their help in locating published studies included in the review. Bibliography/References Abdulghani, H.  ... 
doi:10.15694/mep.2018.0000050.1 fatcat:d4gs3oltmnfgnmgq7mqyshn5jm


Nadia Ahmed, Eman Mohamed
2018 Mansoura Nursing Journal  
Good antenatal care (ANC) reduces maternal and neonatal mortality and improves health outcomes, particularly in low-income countries.  ...  Objectives: The aim of the study was to identify effects of antenatal care on maternal and neonatal outcomes in Women Health Hospital  ...  The rationale for these results may be due to the distance to maternal health services and transportation dilemma may greatly reduce access to antenatal care services in rural areas.  ... 
doi:10.21608/mnj.2018.154092 fatcat:myc5wy57gvddpgqm5y6b5r7kta

Utilization of maternal health-care services in Peru: the role of women's education

I T Elo
1992 Health Transition Review  
The hypothesis that maternal education influences use of maternal health care services in Peru was analyzed by 4 logistic regression models, using data from the Peruvian Demographic and Health Survey of  ...  the health-care system.  ...  of maternal health-care services.  ... 
pmid:10148665 fatcat:hxkr4q6pu5cqtcalo4pmliyayq

Qualitative assessment of women's satisfaction with maternal health care in referral hospitals in Nigeria

Friday Okonofua, Rosemary Ogu, Kingsley Agholor, Ola Okike, Rukiyat Abdus-salam, Mohammed Gana, Abdullahi Randawa, Eghe Abe, Adetoye Durodola, Hadiza Galadanci
2017 Reproductive Health  
Conclusion: A women-friendly approach to delivery of maternal health care based on adequate response to women's concerns and experiences of health care will be critical to curbing women's dissatisfaction  ...  with modern facility based health care, improving access to maternal health, and reducing maternal morbidity and mortality in Nigeria.  ...  Funding The project was funded by the Alliance for Health Policy and Systems Research, World Health Organization (WHO), Geneva for the Women's Health and Action Research Centre (WHARC) through its program  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12978-017-0305-6 pmid:28302182 pmcid:PMC5356406 fatcat:ukpwl4nvbzeixjaiygsfn65awa

Determinants of women's satisfaction with maternal health care: a review of literature from developing countries

Aradhana Srivastava, Bilal I Avan, Preety Rajbangshi, Sanghita Bhattacharyya
2015 BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth  
This review seeks to identify determinants of women's satisfaction with maternity care in developing countries. Methods: The review followed the methodology of systematic reviews.  ...  Public health and social science databases were searched.  ...  Maternal characteristics Maternal characteristics also affected women's perceived satisfaction with care.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12884-015-0525-0 pmid:25928085 pmcid:PMC4417271 fatcat:y3tlgxp2jbbczlahtzdet2zgvy

Women's status within the household as a determinant of maternal health care use in Nigeria

OI Fawole, IA Adeoye
2015 African Health Sciences  
Objective: To describe how women's position in the household affects receipt of maternity care services.  ...  Although gender inequality is often cited as a barrier to improving maternal health in sub-saharan Africa, there is lack of empirical data on how women's socio-cultural characteristics may influence use  ...  The results of this study were presented at the 2013 Global Maternal Health Conference in Tanzania.  ... 
doi:10.4314/ahs.v15i1.28 pmid:25834551 pmcid:PMC4370136 fatcat:2fgkok7livazhcp6cvwrfztv7m

Women's Position Within the Household as a Determinant of Maternal Health Care Use in Nepal

Marie Furuta, Sarah Salway
2006 International family planning perspectives  
The strong association of women's education with health care use highlights the need for efforts to increase girls' schooling and alter perceptions of the value of skilled maternal health care.  ...  Women's secondary education was also strongly associated with the greater use of health care (5.1-5.6). CONCLUSIONS: Gender inequality constrains women's access to skilled health care in Nepal.  ...  care and about large house- Maternal Health Care Services Primary maternal health care is provided by the government through health posts and sub-health posts (3,873), and through primary health care  ... 
doi:10.1363/3201706 pmid:16723298 fatcat:6du5ucev5vdu3cdgbozmzhsgei

Women's Choice of Health Professional for Maternity Care: Where does the family physician fit in?

P J Stewart, B Soderstrom
1991 Canadian Family Physician  
In a survey of 1629 women, 1115 (68.4%) responded to a self-administered questionnaire designed to determine their use of health care professionals for maternity care and future interest in midwifery servies  ...  Many women (59.9%) were interested in some midwifery care; 11% would have liked complete primary midwifery care for this baby with physician support as necessary.  ...  The introduction of midwives into the health care system will pose a challenge to all health care professionals. WVhat will the role of family physicians be in maternity care in the future?  ... 
pmid:21228973 pmcid:PMC2145190 fatcat:rzkv6kslwrelvd5tqcez2a4g6e

Development of a tool to measure women's perception of respectful maternity care in public health facilities

Ephrem D. Sheferaw, Teka Z. Mengesha, Solomon B. Wase
2016 BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth  
This study outlines steps undertaken to construct and validate a scale that measures women's perception of respectful maternity care provided in health facilities.  ...  Conclusion: The 15-item RMC scale is a valid and reliable measure of women's perception of RMC received in health facilities.  ...  Linda Bartlett from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health for her critical review of the draft manuscript and Jhpiego for financial and technical support to conduct the study. 1 Jhpiego  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12884-016-0848-5 pmid:27026164 pmcid:PMC4810502 fatcat:yflnkawcprbfrath45q3hzpru4

Dimensions of Women's Autonomy and the Influence on Maternal Health Care Utilization in a North Indian City

Shelah S. Bloom, David Wypij, Monica Das Gupta
2001 Demography  
A maternity history, details about maternal health care utilization, and views of pregnancy care needs were recorded for eligible women.  ...  areas described above, and the effects of autonomy on the use of maternal health care.  ... 
doi:10.1353/dem.2001.0001 pmid:11227846 fatcat:ruxanjfu7fecpfsioqwcae2hci
« Previous Showing results 1 — 15 out of 29 results