Diána Dweik

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BACKGROUND the purpose of the study was to assess the validity of the 10-item Edinburgh Postnatal Depression Scale (EPDS) in screening for postnatal depression (PND) in Hungary. METHODS between July 2010 and March 2011, a sample of 266 women attending a routine check-up at six weeks post partum completed the newly translated Hungarian version of the EPDS(More)
BACKGROUND There is a worldwide rising tendency of women deciding to become physicians; hence, one of the most remarkable fields of investigation is the wellbeing of female doctors. The aim of this study was to describe female physicians' reproductive health in Hungary and to explore the potential correlation between their reproductive disorders and burnout(More)
OBJECTIVE To assess birth preferences in a sample of Hungarian pregnant women and identify determinants of ambivalence or clear choices for cesarean section throughout pregnancy. DESIGN Follow-up two-point questionnaire survey. SETTING University Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology in Hungary. SAMPLE A total of 413 women with singleton pregnancies(More)
OBJECTIVE To assess the contribution of non-medical factors to actual mode of delivery in a setting with high cesarean rates. DESIGN Follow-up survey. SETTING University department of obstetrics and gynecology. SAMPLE Women with singleton pregnancies (n = 453) where there was no awareness of medical contradictions to vaginal delivery, attending for(More)
BACKGROUND Female doctors in Hungary have worse indicators of physical and mental health compared with other professional women. We aimed to cast light on possible indicators of mental health, workload, and burnout of female physicians. METHODS Two time-points (T) were compared, in 2003 (T1 n = 408) and 2013 (T2 n = 2414), based on two nationally(More)
In the Nordic countries, where there is a real pursuit to keep cesarean section rates at a relatively low level, the efforts to align maternity care to the needs of women reflect a unique approach among high-income countries. Electively performed cesarean section due to fear of childbirth is one example of this increased attention. The antenatal counseling(More)
INTRODUCTION increased frequency of maternal request for cesarean delivery may be a contributing factor to the rising cesarean section rate in Hungary, although there is no formal indication that would allow Hungarian obstetricians to perform this procedure legally. Thus, it is difficult to estimate the role of maternal request in the rising cesarean rate.(More)
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