Corpus ID: 199567014

Effect of Applying a Modified Standard of Antenatal Care on Quality of Nursing Practices And Women ' s Satisfaction *

  title={Effect of Applying a Modified Standard of Antenatal Care on Quality of Nursing Practices And Women ' s Satisfaction *},
  author={Elsayed Sabry and Suzan El-Said Mansour and Nahed Fikry Hassan Khedr},
This study aimed to evaluate the effect of applying a modified standard of antenatal care on the quality of nursing practices and women's satisfaction. Design: A quasi experimental research design was used. Setting: This study was conducted at antenatal clinics at the obstetrics and gynecology center in Mansoura University Hospital, Egypt. Subjects: The study subjects included all nurses working at the antenatal clinic (20 nurses) and a purposive sample consisted of 180 pregnant women selected… Expand


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