Eman Alshawish

Eman Alshawish
Manchester Metropolitan University | MMU · Department of Nursing

PhD - Assistant professor in MCH- An Najah National University- Head of Midwifery and MCH department

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Introduction
I am using a sequential mixed method research to investigate the access to and use of Maternal and child health care services in the UK by minority ethnic groups.

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Publications (17)
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Abstract According to the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Ministry of Health report in Palestine, the usage and incidence of cesarean sections (CS) delivery method is a global and local issue that has increased recently. WHO has pointed out that any region has no justification for having a rate higher than the recommended rate. In order to...
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Background Blended learning is a relatively new educational approach that has been introduced into higher education in Palestine. While it has many advantages, there is no empirical evidence, nor any case studies from Palestine to support the use of blended learning over traditional classroom. Objectives To compare students’ learning outcomes, lea...
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Introduction: Cupping therapy or Hijamah is a traditional practice after spiritual healings and herbal medicine in Islamic Arabic culture. Wet cupping is by far the most common type of cupping therapy. No previous study in Palestine about this topic and nurses are not in isolation of this topic. So, the purpose of the study is to investigate the us...
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Hysterectomy is the most common major gynecological operation in worldwide and Arabic countries. However, the psychological, physical and sexual consequences of hysterectomy are conflicting and the findings are mixed. While, some studies report that patients have experience greater improvement in their mental health, sexual desire and overall satis...
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Background Universally, hysterectomy is considered as the second most frequent surgery after cesarean section performed on women in the reproductive age. After a hysterectomy, women no longer have menstrual periods, so they cannot become pregnant. Like most other countries, hysterectomy is the most common major gynecological operation in Palestine....
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Nurses and midwives are necessary at all aspects of primary health care; they need a lot of devotion with respect to patient administration and bringing care. The time and devotion spent by nurses and midwives in nursing duty may lead to burnout and psychological distress. There is a lack of study in Palestine that investigate the burnout syndrome...
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Aim: This paper is a focus group Qualitative analysis of nursing perception of refugee needs. Background: Receiving quality health care is a challenge for refugee populations as often live in crowded, unsanitary conditions. The International Council of Nurses’ Code of Ethics asserts that nurses should expand beyond the individual model and promote...
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Genetic disorder is a health problem that is caused by a defect in the individual's DNA. In Palestine, there is no statistics about mortality rate of children who suffer from genetic disorders. Although, It, children, disorder is notacable that the new cases from the same family have been increased without any genetic counseling or prevention. Ther...
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Abstract The UK has a relatively large and increasing Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) population. It is acknowledged that this group has, until now, experienced poorer health, and that there have been barriers for them accessing certain services. There are an increasing number of women from Palestine currently living in the UK. Their access to, an...
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Objective: To investigate access to and use of health services, particularly maternal and child health care, in the UK by Palestinian women. Design: A qualitative study using a pragmatic approach for exploration and description. Data were transcribed ad verbatim and analysed using framework analysis and the NVivo 9 computer program. Setting: Interv...

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