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: 173

Table of Content: January-March 2020; 12(1)

January 2020

Work engagement among midwives working at advanced perinatal care facilities in Japan

This study seeks to clarify the current situation and associated factors regarding Work Engagement (WE) among midwives working in advanced care facilities, which bear the brunt of care for high-risk pregnancies, as well as the contribution of WE to quality of care. A self-administered questionnaire survey was conducted in 2016 with the participation of 503 midwives working in 36 general perinatal maternal and child...

Author(s): Yuriko Kusumi and Hitomi Koizumi  

January 2020

Views of health care providers on factors hindering women with obstetric fistula in seeking fistula repair services in Zambia: The case of Muchinga, Luapula, Eastern and Southern provinces

Poor use of fistula repair services has contributed to the continued consequences of obstetric fistula that are physical, psychological, social, financial and economic among the afflicted women. The study was designed to assess views of health care providers on factors hindering women with obstetric fistula in seeking fistula repair services. A descriptive cross sectional design was used. Sixty-five (65) health care...

Author(s): Nchimunya Nambala Tembo, Jon Odland, Joseph Mumba Zulu, Concepta Namukolo Kwaleyela, Patricia Katowa Mukwato and Margaret C. Maimbolwa  

February 2020

Prevalence and factors related to hot flashes and night sweats in postpartum women in Japan

Hot flashes and night sweats commonly occur during menopausal transition period due to estrogen deficiency, but these conditions can also occur during postpartum period in which there are marked hormonal fluctuations. This study determined the prevalence and examined factors related to hot flashes and night sweats among the Japanese women in the postpartum period. The design of this study was a longitudinal...

Author(s): Rumi Ishihara, Keiko Nagamine, Yoshie Nishikawa, Mari Haku, Hirokazu Uemura, Yukie Matsuura and Toshiyuki Yasui  

March 2020

Nurses’ perspectives about context specific job factors and coping strategies for back pain experiences among nurses in Lusaka, Zambia: A qualitative study

Nurses comprise the largest group of the health care workforce and play a central role in patient care activities. This study explored nurses’ perspectives about context specific job factors and coping strategies for back pain experiences among nurses in Lusaka, Zambia. An interpretive paradigm qualitative research design was used. Participants were selected using maximum variation including enrolled and...

Author(s): Loveness A. Nkhata, Yolandi Brink, Dawn Ernstzen and Quinnette A. Louw