Continuous primary nursing care increases satisfaction with nursing care and reduces postpartum problems for hospitalized pregnant women

@article{Wan2011ContinuousPN,
  title={Continuous primary nursing care increases satisfaction with nursing care and reduces postpartum problems for hospitalized pregnant women},
  author={H. Wan and Senqi Hu and M. Thobaben and Yanwen Hou and Tao Yin},
  journal={Contemporary Nurse},
  year={2011},
  volume={37},
  pages={149 - 159}
}
Abstract Objective: To compare the differences in practicing continuous primary nursing care (CPNC) versus task-centered nursing care (TCNC) with regard to patient satisfaction with nursing care and early postpartum health problems for hospitalized pregnant women. Design: All participants filled out the satisfaction with nursing care questionnaire, breastfeeding knowledge questionnaire, and early postpartum problem questionnaire. Setting: Participants in the CPNC group received continuous… Expand
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