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Reducing Alcohol Use During Pregnancy Via Health Counseling by Midwives and Internet-Based Computer-Tailored Feedback: A Cluster Randomized Trial

Reducing Alcohol Use During Pregnancy Via Health Counseling by Midwives and Internet-Based Computer-Tailored Feedback: A Cluster Randomized Trial

coefficient (ICC) of 0.01 (reported in a previous study as the median ICC for cluster-based studies in primary care [28]), an estimated quit rate of 40% in each of the experimental conditions versus 20% in the control condition, and the estimated inclusion of 30 midwifery

Nickie Y van der Wulp, Ciska Hoving, Kim Eijmael, Math JJM Candel, Wim van Dalen, Hein De Vries

J Med Internet Res 2014;16(12):e274

A Mobile Health App–Based Postnatal Educational Program (Home-but not Alone): Descriptive Qualitative Study

A Mobile Health App–Based Postnatal Educational Program (Home-but not Alone): Descriptive Qualitative Study

New mothers also expressed great dissatisfaction with the quality of postnatal care, including insufficient time for queries to be asked, information overload within a short period of time, and an inadequate amount of midwifery care [18,19].With current research

Shefaly Shorey, Yen Yen Yang, Cindy-Lee Dennis

J Med Internet Res 2018;20(4):e119

Effect of Computer Debriefing on Acquisition and Retention of Learning After Screen-Based Simulation of Neonatal Resuscitation: Randomized Controlled Trial

Effect of Computer Debriefing on Acquisition and Retention of Learning After Screen-Based Simulation of Neonatal Resuscitation: Randomized Controlled Trial

evaluations (knowledge, technical skills, nontechnical skills, and self-efficacy) as compared to the control group.MethodsThis randomized controlled simulation study was performed from November 2018 to January 2019 at L’école de Sages-Femmes de Baudelocque, a midwifery

Daphne Michelet, Jessy Barre, Jennifer Truchot, Marie-Aude Piot, Philippe Cabon, Antoine Tesniere

JMIR Serious Games 2020;8(3):e18633

Optimizing Low–Socioeconomic Status Pregnant Women’s Dietary Intake in the Netherlands: Protocol for a Mixed Methods Study

Optimizing Low–Socioeconomic Status Pregnant Women’s Dietary Intake in the Netherlands: Protocol for a Mixed Methods Study

The best practice framework by Ng and De Colombani comprises these aspects and provides guidance on defining criteria for tools and methods to be used in midwifery practice, with regard to context, process, and outcomes [37].

Yvette H Beulen, Anouk Geelen, Jeanne H M de Vries, Sabina Super, Maria A Koelen, Edith J M Feskens, Annemarie Wagemakers

JMIR Res Protoc 2020;9(2):e14796

Achieving Consensus for the Design and Delivery of an Online Intervention to Support Midwives in Work-Related Psychological Distress: Results From a Delphi Study

Achieving Consensus for the Design and Delivery of an Online Intervention to Support Midwives in Work-Related Psychological Distress: Results From a Delphi Study

Therefore, in order to ensure high quality maternity care, psychological distress experienced by the midwifery profession will need to be met with appropriate and effective support.

Sally Pezaro, Wendy Clyne

JMIR Ment Health 2016;3(3):e32

Achieving Consensus in the Development of an Online Intervention Designed to Effectively Support Midwives in Work-Related Psychological Distress: Protocol for a Delphi Study

Achieving Consensus in the Development of an Online Intervention Designed to Effectively Support Midwives in Work-Related Psychological Distress: Protocol for a Delphi Study

text response options will accompany each statement put to panel members [20] to provide experts with the opportunity to elaborate on their opinions.The research team who will conduct this Delphi study includes 6 academics with professional backgrounds in midwifery

Sally Pezaro, Wendy Clyne

JMIR Res Protoc 2015;4(3):e107

A Mobile App for the Self-Report of Psychological Well-Being During Pregnancy (BrightSelf): Qualitative Design Study

A Mobile App for the Self-Report of Psychological Well-Being During Pregnancy (BrightSelf): Qualitative Design Study

In the context of the UK’s National Health Service (NHS), mental health assessments in pregnancy are typically carried out verbally and using paper-based questionnaires completed in the waiting rooms of midwifery clinics.

Kevin Doherty, Marguerite Barry, José Marcano-Belisario, Bérenger Arnaud, Cecily Morrison, Josip Car, Gavin Doherty

JMIR Ment Health 2018;5(4):e10007