Impact of Telehealth on Pregnant Women's Self-care, Self-efficacy, and Satisfaction during the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Quasi-experimental Study

Saeedeh Askari; Hadis Bahmaei; Maryam Beheshti Nasab; Mahmood Maniati; Saeed Ghanbarei; Nosrat Zaherian; Mina Iravani

Volume 25, Issue 10 , 2023

Abstract
  Background: Pregnant women need correct information and skills for effective self-care and improved self-efficacy during pregnancy. Maternal training will raise women's awareness of pregnancy and childbirth, leading to higher self-efficacy.Objectives: The present study aimed to assess the impact of telehealth ...  Read More

Improving Diabetes Self-Help in Natural Disasters: Qualitative Parameters and Recommendations

Somayeh Panahi; Maryam Heidarpour; Golrokh Atighechian; Zahra Heidari; Roohangiz Norouzinia; Hassan Ashrafi-rizi

Volume 25, Issue 9 , 2023

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  Background: When natural disasters occur, people with diabetes face more physical and mental challenges than healthy individuals. Therefore, innovative programs and policies are crucial for providing ongoing education to patients on how to better manage their condition.Objectives: The present study aimed ...  Read More

Validation of the Persian Version of the Self-care in COVID-19 Scale (SCOVID Scale) in the Iranian Population

Reza Ghanei Gheshlagh; Mahdie Ghalenoee; Hamid Sharif Nia; Abbas Ebadi; Naser Parizad

Volume 24, Issue 12 , 2022

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  Background: Self-care during Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) helps people follow self-care strategies to reduce the spread of the virus. To control the disease, people need to engage in self-care behaviors, which should be investigated by a valid and reliable instrument to yield valid and credible ...  Read More

Impact of Continued Planned Education Provided by Clinical Nurses on Patients with Chronic Heart Failure
Volume 24, Issue 1 , 2022

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  Background: Patient education is essential for all patients, and nurses should be competent in patient education. Objectives: This study aimed to investigate the effect of training patients on their self-care capabilities, heart failure health behaviors, and satisfaction levels. Methods: This study was ...  Read More

Psychosocial determinants of self-care behavior in outpatients with heart failure: A test of Pender?s health promotion model

Rasoul Heshmati; Mahasti Alizadeh; Solmaz Javadpour; Nilufar Alizada

Volume 22, Issue 12 , 2020

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  Background: Patients with heart failure need to be engaged in adequate cardiac self-care behaviors helping to prevent the development of the disease and ameliorate their health status. However, the conceptual model of the present study has not been tested in previous studies among patients with heart ...  Read More