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: 204

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

October-December 2022 - Vol 14 Num. 4

Evidence-Based Practice (EBP) in health is important for patient safety and quality care while Critical Thinking (CT) is a vital prerequisite to evidence based nursing. Despite their importance, in some settings neither EBP nor CT is taught assessed or implemented. This scoping review examined literature related to...

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Can psychological status and stress biomarkers in pregnancy predict postpartum depression?

October-December 2022

Eri Usami, Yuki Kanazawa and Atsuko Kawano

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  

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

March 2017

Prevalence and assessment of knowledge and practice towards hypertension among Bahir Dar City communities, 2016: A community based cross-sectional study

Ayele Semachew Kasa and Abdurehman Kelifa Shifa

July 2015

Pattern of computer usage and visual acuity among computer users at National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN)

S. K. Olubiyi, O. Agbede, Bidemi Okesina and A. O. Bode-Kayode  

October-December 2022

Can psychological status and stress biomarkers in pregnancy predict postpartum depression?

Eri Usami, Yuki Kanazawa and Atsuko Kawano

April, 2015

Affective competency of Filipino nurses working in the hospitals of Taif City Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Daisy Andal Vicencio, Adnan Amin Alsulaimani, Fred B. Ruiz and Hatim Ali Elsheikh

December 2015

Experiences of critical care nurses regarding the utilization of enrolled nurses as relief staff in critical care units in the private sector

R. Anthonie and M. M. Van der Heever