International Journal of
Nursing and Midwifery

  • Abbreviation: Int. J. Nurs. Midwifery
  • Language: English
  • ISSN: 2141-2456
  • DOI: 10.5897/IJNM
  • Start Year: 2009
  • Published Articles: 203

Research trends and perspectives on the usefulness of oxytocin as a biomarker for postpartum depression

October-December 2022 - Vol 14 Num. 4

As postpartum depression has become a major problem, it is necessary to identify mothers who need intensive support to cope with this disorder. Therefore, by summarizing literature from the past five years, this study aimed to clarify the current progress of research on the usefulness of oxytocin as a biomarker for...

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Evidence based practice and critical thinking in nursing education and practice: A scoping review of literature

October-December 2022

Katowa-Mukwato Patricia, Chitundu Kabwe, Monde Mercy Wamunyima, Maimbolwa M Margaret and Jere Linda Dianna

Research trends and perspectives on the usefulness of oxytocin as a biomarker for postpartum depression

October-December 2022

Atsuko Kawano and Chihoko Sankai

Satisfaction with childbirth care: Correlations between SERVICEQUAL dimensions

July-September 2022

Iris Gertner Moryossef and Keren Or-Chen

Role and leadership of nurse manager in improving the quality of care in Burkina Faso: A qualitative study

April-June 2022

Pafadnam Yacouba, Patrice Ngangue, Noufou Gustave Nana, Abdoulaye So, Dieudonne Soubeiga and Éric Nguemeleu Tchouaket  

Experiences of a long-term female psychiatric in-patient with psychiatric symptoms in Japan

April-June 2022

Emiko Ishida and Akira Ishida  

October 2014

Community participation in teenage pregnancy prevention using the community-as-partner model

Oyedele, O.A., Wright, S.C.D. and Maja, T.M.M.

December 2013

The partograph: A labour management tool or a midwifery record?

Mathibe-Neke J. M., Lebeko F. L. and Motupa B.

January, 2014

Awareness and barriers to utilization of maternal health care services among reproductive women in Amassoma community, Bayelsa State

Onasoga A. Olayinka, Osaji Teresa Achi, Alade O. Amos and Egbuniwe Michel Chiedu

November 2013

Roles of nurses in Sub-Saharan African region

C. G. Ugochukwu, L. R. Uys, A. K. Karani, I. L. Okoronkwo and B. N. Diop

October 2014

Psychological effects and experiences of menopausal women in a rural community in Niger Delta region of Nigeria

Jack-Ide I.O., Emelifeonwu E.A. and Adika A.V

January 2011

Helpless patients’ satisfaction with quality of nursing care in Federal tertiary hospitals, Enugu, Southeast, Nigeria

Ehiemere Ijeoma O., Nwaneri Ada, Iheanacho Peace and Akpati V.

July 2011

Relationship between backache and psychological and psychosocial job factors among the nurses

Hamid Sharif Nia, Ali Akbar Haghdoost, Zahra Beheshti, Mohammad Ali Soleymani, Nasim Bahrami, Hamid Hojjati and Fatemeh Haji Hosseine

July 2009

750 cases of home delivery and its outcomes in Koohdasht-Iran

Abbasi Marani Fatemeh, Safari Saeed,  and Forogirad Parveen

October-December 2022

Evidence based practice and critical thinking in nursing education and practice: A scoping review of literature

Katowa-Mukwato Patricia, Chitundu Kabwe, Monde Mercy Wamunyima, Maimbolwa M Margaret and Jere Linda Dianna

January 2013

Just and sustainable global nurse-midwifery clinical education exchanges: Lessons learned

Terri Patrice Clark