the Effectiveness of Structured Teaching Program Regarding Placental Examination among Staff Nurses at Baghdad Teaching Hospitals
The study aims to evaluate the nurse-midwives’ knowledge and practices regarding placenta examination in a delivery room in Baghdad teaching hospitals. A quasi-experimental study was conducted on non-probability of (50) nurse-midwives who work in the delivery room at Baghdad Teaching Hospitals. The result of the study indicates that the highest percentages of study participants were in the age group (30-34) years old; most of them graduated from nursing preparatory and have (6-10) years of experience in general and specific specialties without attending any courses about placental examination. Also, there are increased knowledge and practice levels in post-test after receiving a structured teaching program. The study recommended that nurse midwives update their knowledge through training and attend courses related to principal practice regarding placental examination, which also aids in improving their skills and performance.
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