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Development of Instructional Curriculum of Maternal and Newborn Care for Army Health Providers in Disasters
Poursoleyman. L 1, Aliyari. SH 2, Sharififar. ST 3, Pishgooie. SAH 4
1- MSc Student in Emergency Nursing, Iran, Tehran, AJA University of Medical Sciences, Faculty of Nursing.
2- Iran, Tehran, AJA University of Medical Sciences, Faculty of Nursing, Maternal Newborn Health Department.
3- Iran, Tehran, AJA University of Medical Sciences, Faculty of Nursing, Community Health Department.
4- Ph.D. in Nursing, Assistant Professor, Iran, Tehran, AJA University of Medical Sciences, Faculty of Nursing, Medical-Surgical Department.
Abstract:   (1114 Views)
Introduction: Of the most important health indices in countries are deaths of children and pregnant females, which can provide health services at the right time to prevent their deaths.
Objective: The purpose of this study was to develop a curriculum for professional health care providers (Nurse, Midwife, and practical nurses) to prepare for the provision of health care services for mothers and newborns in disasters.
Materials and Methods: This research was an applied research and in terms of the research method, a quantitative research with delphi method, which was carried out at the AJA university of Medical Sciences in 2017, was conducted. In the first stage, the proposed curriculum was developed by referring to domestic and international sources and based on the results of the need assessment. In the second step, in order to determine the desirability of the offered curriculum, a Delphi method was used in two rounds. The statistical sample of this study was 12 experts in this field, who were sampled with Targeted and snowball selection. In this study, the consensus was more than 90% of the criteria agreed by experts.
Results: Based on the need assessment from Armed Healthcare Provider in Tehran, a curriculum for maternity and newborn health care in disasters was developed based on the six-step Kern process.
Discussion and Conclusion: The curriculum developed in this study has functional quality and can play a decisive role in raising the level of knowledge of army health care providers in providing services to mothers and newborns in disasters.

 
Keywords: Curriculum, Disaster, Health Care, Newborn, Pregnant Woman.
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Type of Study: Applicable | Subject: Special
Received: 2018/03/5 | Accepted: 2018/05/5
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