Insaf Shaban

Insaf Shaban
Al al-Bayt University · Department of Maternal and Child Health Nursing

Doctor of Midwifery (DMid), RN, RM

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Background: Simulation has been used widely in medical education. Little is known about its uses in nursing field. Objective: This study was conducted to examine the effect of simulation-based learning experiences on the acquisition of knowledge regarding Advance Cardiac Life Support (ACLS). Methods: A quasi-experimental design with pre and post-te...
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This study was a self-reported cross-sectional survey that investigated nurses' and hospitals' compliance with VAP-prevention guidelines and the barriers and factors that affect their level of compliance. A questionnaire was completed by 471 ICU nurses from 16 medical centers in three Middle Eastern countries: Jordan, Egypt and Saudi Arabia. The re...
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Background: Low birth weight (LBW) is one of the leading causes of neonatal and infant morbidity and mortality. Objective: To determine prevalence and possible risk factors associated with low birth weight in four regional hospitals in Jordan. Methods: This retrospective study analyzed the medical records of all singleton live births for 2011–2015....
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In Jordan, there is a deficiency in postnatal care provided to women and their newborns. This study investigated the feasibility of initiating postnatal home visits in Jordan. Thirty Jordanian mothers who had recently given birth were recruited from two governmental hospitals in the northern region of Jordan to participate in a qualitative study th...
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This study was a self-reported cross-sectional survey that investigated nurses' and hospitals' compliance with ventilator-associated pneumonia prevention guidelines and the barriers and factors that affect their level of compliance. A questionnaire was completed by 471 intensive care unit nurses from 16 medical centers in 3 Middle Eastern countries...
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The aims of this study were to explore the vitamin D status among a sample of Jordanian postpartum women and identify factors associated with vitamin D deficiency. A total of 171 postpartum women agreed to participate. Participants completed a questionnaire on factors related to vitamin D deficiency and provided a blood sample to assess their plasm...
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Background: It is known that stress related to clinical training among nursing students could contribute to many physical and mental problems. However, little empirical evidence about the influence of stress in nurse students’ clinical performance Objective: The objective of this study was to assess the association between perceived stresses, stre...
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Background: Measuring satisfaction with care during labor is an important way to improve maternity services for women. This study was undertaken to develop an instrument to measure women's satisfaction with intrapartum hospital-based care. Method: A multidimensional instrument was initially developed, using three core aspects identified from the...
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Exploring patient satisfaction can contribute to quality maternity care but is not routinely conducted in many Middle Eastern countries. This study investigated the prevalence and factors associated with satisfaction during labor and birth among Jordanian women using a descriptive cross-sectional design. Women (n=298) were recruited from four mater...
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The purpose of this study is to assess stress level and sources of stress among nursing students in Jordan, as well as identifying the coping strategies utilized by nursing students. Participants included 597 nursing students from two faculties of Nursing in Jordan. A descriptive design was employed in this study. Participants were asked to complet...
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Evaluation of women's experiences about the care they receive during childbirth is important to assess the quality of maternity services. We explored the experiences of Jordanian women to examine whether they were satisfied with their childbirth experiences. Semistructured interviews were conducted with 460 women after giving birth. A content analy...
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Baccalaureate nursing students often experience high levels of stress during training that may result in psychological or emotional impairment during their professional life ultimately affecting the quality of patient care they provide. Clinical instructors provide the needed support and guidance for students to relieve stress and promote a positiv...
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Background: There is worldwide recognition that midwives are specialists in normal pregnancy, labour and birth and the postnatal period and that they should be educated to be primary providers of maternity care. In Jordan midwives currently have limited opportunities to fulfil this role. Since the mid-1980s, two public community colleges have offe...
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Background In 1996, the World Health Organization stated that ‘childbirth is a natural process and in normal birth, there should be a valid reason to interfere with this natural process’ and encouraged practices that are evidence-based. The practices encouraged included avoiding unnecessary augmentation of labour, facilitating upright position for...
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In 1996, the World Health Organization stated that 'childbirth is a natural process and in normal birth, there should be a valid reason to interfere with this natural process' and encouraged practices that are evidence-based. The practices encouraged included avoiding unnecessary augmentation of labour, facilitating upright position for birth and r...

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