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Shahnaz Tork Zahrani , Leila Rastegari, Nahid Khoda Karami , Parvin Mohebbi,
Volume 1, Issue 2 (3-2012)
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  Background and Objectives: Cervical cancer is one of the most common cancers in developing countries. This disease and its treatment influence various aspects of quality of life. The purpose of this study was to assess the relationship between the quality of life and social support among cervical cancer survivors.

  Material and Methods: In this study 65 women treated for cervical cancer during 2001-2008 were recruited. Data were gathered using the European Organization for Research and Treatment of Cancer Quality of Life Questionnaire – Cervix 24, the European Organization for Research and Treatment of Cancer Quality of Life Questionnaire – core 30, Version 3, and the social support questionnaire. The instruments’ validity was assessed using content validity and the reliability was assessed via test-retest and Cronbachchr('39')s alpha.

  Results: Results of our study showed that the quality of life scores for patients treated for cervical cancer was moderate (60/7 ± 98/46). The score of social support was moderate, too (91/20 ± 11/34). There were no relationships between the physical, psychological and social dimensions of quality of life with the social support. There were also no relationships between the mental and spiritual well-being with the quality of life (P> 0.05).

  Conclusion: The findings showed that the quality of life and social support scores were moderate among the participants of our study.


Parvin Mohebbi, Mahin Kamalifard, Shirin Barzanjehatri, Abdolrasol Safaeiyan, Leila Rastegari,
Volume 2, Issue 1 (7-2012)
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Background and Objectives: Pre-marriage counseling enables couples to be aware of all aspects of sexuality and make them enjoy sexual activity. This study aimed to assess quality of sexual health counseling services in pre-marriage counseling centers in Tabriz. Material and Methods: In this study, 236 individuals referred to the pre-marital counseling centers in Tabriz were randomly selected. Data were gathered using a self-structured instrument including items on demographic characteristics and sexual health. The validity and reliability of the instrument was confirmed. Results: The results showed that 5.1% of the clients did not receive any sexual health services. More than half of the participants (53.4%) received low information and 41.5% received moderate information on the sexual health. There was a significant relationship between age and sexual health (p<0.05). Conclusion: It seems that focusing on the quality of sexual health services could help couples to have a healthy marriage.


Liela Rastegari, Parvin Mohebbi, Elham Jafari, Saeideh Mazlomzadeh,
Volume 6, Issue 2 (8-2016)
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Background and Objectives: Pregnancy includes a temporary stress, and if not managed well, it becomes a prolonged problem which causes the mother and the family great distress. Some results show that training has a significant effect on reducing anxiety, pain and duration of labor. Mothers trained as compared with the control group experienced less pain and anxiety. This study aimed to investigate the effect of childbirth preparation classes on childbirth attitude in parous women at Zanjan.

Materials and Methods: This is a quasi-experimental study. A sample of 60 parous women were divided into two 30-member groups. The case group attended childbirth preparation classes, whereas the control group received only standard antenatal care. Questionnaires were completed one hour after delivery in postpartum delivery room by the lead researcher with face to face interviews. The Child Attitude Questionnaire (CAQ) was also used. To analyse the data, we used t-test and on way anova, and SPSS 19.

Results: The mean score of the case group was 34.87±9 and that of the control group was 34.43±9.31. Independent t-test showed no significant difference between the two groups.

Conclusion: We recommend that prenatal preparation classes be held to change parous womenchr('39')s attitude towards childbirth.


Parvin Mohebbi, Leiyla Rastegari, Elham Jafari, Mitra Payami Bousaria , Saeideh Mazloomzadeh,
Volume 6, Issue 2 (8-2016)
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Background and Objectives: Among significant factors that cause satisfaction of hospitalized patients are the care and respect within confines of the patientchr('39')s rights shown by the health care providers. The present study was carried out to determine the level of respect offered by midwifery Staff at Ayatollah Mousavi Hospital, Zanjan.

Materials and Methods: This descriptive study was conducted on 256 mothers who gave birth to children at Ayatollah Mousavi hospital, Zanjan, Iran. The subjects were selected randomly. Data was collected using a questionnaire which included demographic characteristics and human territory questions. The questionnaire was distributed two hours after delivery. Data was analyzed using SPSS software, Mann Whitney, Kruskal–Wallis, Spearman rank correlation.

Results: The results showed that mean score of attitude of mothers towards respect of human territory was 32.22±4.79, for the attitude of mothers was 13.35±2.51, and for physical and 18.89±3.25 for mental territory. Generally, majority of the mothers had good attitude toward the respect of physical (67.9%) and mental (77.4%) territory.

Conclusion: Mothers showed good compliance with human territory. Thus, it is recommended in-service training courses be held and barriers be removed for a better compliance with human territory in the health care system.


Roya Jalili, Saeid Asefzadeh, Alireza Shoghli, Mahnaz Mohebbi,
Volume 9, Issue 2 (9-2019)
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Background: Performance-based payment makes rewards and outcomes result in paid satisfaction , which leads to the success and promotion of employee value and alignment with organizational goals in the light of organizational justice.
Objectives: This study aimed to assess The role of organizational Justice in Nurses and Midwives’ Satisfaction with Performance-Based Payment (Qasedak Project) in Zanjan Educational Hospitals
Methods: This descriptive cross-sectional correlation study was conducted on 149 nurses and midwives in educational hospitals with Cochran formula. The researcher-made questionnaires of satisfaction based on P4P and organizational justice of Moorman and Niehoff were used, and data were analyzed using SPSS software and descriptive and analytic statistics (independent t-test, regression, analysis of variance, and nonparametric Spearman correlation coefficient and cross-tabulation).
Results: Nurses and midwives reported moderate organizational justice with an average of 55.7 and low merit pay satisfaction with an average of 13. There was a positive and significant correlation between organizational justice and job satisfaction (r = 0.65), the amount of merit pay and satisfaction (r = 0.33), and organizational justice and the amount of merit pay (r = 0.23). The results revealed that organizational justice with a standard beta of 0.58 had a positive effect on the satisfaction with the merit pay received and alone accounted for 33% of the changes.
Conclusion: Since there was a positive and direct correlation between organizational justice and nursing and midwifery staff satisfaction, it is recommended that managers accomplish exact and accurate evaluation of staff performance by means of increasing staff’s awareness of Qasedak project, providing timely feedback to them, and observing justice in the payment of rewards.
Fatemeh Bayat, Mina Mousavi, Zahra Moradi, Mahnaz Keshavarz Afshar, Hadis Shahrahmani, Parvin Mohebbi,
Volume 9, Issue 4 (1-2020)
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Background: Gestational diabetes is one of the most common complications of pregnancy that has several effects on mother and baby.
Objectives: The aim of this study was to examine the prevalence as well as maternal and neonatal outcomes in women with gestational diabetes.
Methods: This descriptive comparative study was carried out on all pregnant women who underwent 75 g glucose test and referred to Ayatollah Mousavi Hospital in Zanjan for delivery from September to March 2018. Data was collected according to the clientchr('39')s biography obtained by the gynecologist and also the available evidence of gestational diabetes. Data was analyzed by SPSS 25 software.
Results: The prevalence of gestational diabetes in the present study was 4.7%. The mean age in the group with gestational diabetes was 30.65± 6.9 years, which was statistically significant compared to the mean age of healthy mothers (27.93± 6.4) (P= 0.01). There was a statistically significant difference in the type of delivery between the two groups (P<0.001) as the delivery method was cesarean section in 70.6% of patients with gestational diabetes. Evaluation of pregnancy and neonatal outcomes between the two groups in terms of the need for induction (15.8% vs. 47.4%), cases of episiotomy (22.8% vs. 43.9%), cesarean delivery (63.2% vs. 26.3%) and the need for hospitalization of the infant in NICU (26.3% vs. 7%) indicated a statistically significant difference (P= 0.01).
Conclusion: This study did not result in a significant difference in maternal and neonatal complications, except for the need for NICU hospitalization and delivery.
Samaneh Youseflu, Zeynab Bayat, Faezeh Amiri, Parvin Mohebbi,
Volume 10, Issue 1 (4-2020)
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Background: Mothers in the postpartum period experiences a change in sleep pattern and loss of sleep duration. In the meantime, factors can cause irregular sleep patterns and decreased sleep quality.
Objectives: The aim of this study was investigating the factors of fertility, anxiety and physical activity on the sleep quality of the lactating women visiting healthcare centers in Zanjan, Iran.
Methods: This descriptive cross-sectional study was carried out from 2018 to 2019 on 380 women aged 14-45 years referred Ayatollah Mousavi Hospital in Zanjan and its affiliated clinics who were maximally 6 months postpartum and selected by convenience sampling method. The measuring tools used in this study included Petersburg Sleep Quality Questionnaire, Beck Anxiety Inventory, and a checklist containing demographic-fertility. Data were analyzed through SPSS software using descriptive and analytical tests (t-test, Mann-Whitney, and Chi-square). The statistical significance level was considered as p<0.05.
Results: in this study 45.8% (n= 174) of the participants suffered from mild anxiety and 13.2% (n= 50) of them from moderate anxiety. The mean score of their sleep quality was 4.70± 3.06. The effect of physical activity (p-value= 0.006) and anxiety level (p-value= 0.002) on womenchr('39')s sleep quality was statistically significant.
Conclusion: The results of the present study confirm the positive effect of regular physical activity and the negative effects of anxiety on sleep quality of the breastfeeding mothers.

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