Volume 28, Issue 4 (Fall 2020)  

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✅ The results showed that at 6 hours postpartum, the mean of hemoglobin and hematocrit in the physiological delivery group was significantly higher than conventional vaginal delivery (P<0.001). Comparison of neonatal Apgar scores of the two groups in minute 1 and minute 5 also showed that the amount of Apgar score in physiological delivery group was higher than conventional vaginal delivery (P<0.05).



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✅ The results of the present study confirmed the hypothesis that improving the patient safety culture leads to decrease in the incidence of adverse events among nurses, therefore promoting the safety culture in hospitals of country should be considered as one of the main priorities of management programs.



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✅ The present study indicated the beneficial effect of cognitive and behavioral therapy model on the anxiety of pregnant women with constipation, and it is recommended as a non-pharmacological approach to reduce their anxiety.



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✅ Thus, it can be acknowledged that, despite the difficult physical conditions that people with cancer face, it is possible to take appropriate social support to strengthen the resilience of these patients and finally, expect that the ability to adapt and cope with cancer will also increase in people with the disease.



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✅ It can be concluded that yoga and group psychotherapy based on acceptance and commitment reduce fatigue and increase the quality of life of patients with MS. It is effective that these results can promise a new development in interventions, so that in addition to drug treatment, complementary therapies can be used to reduce the complications of the disease.



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✅ Based on the results of the research, the status of the patient safety culture and communication skills was moderate. To improve the patient's safety status, nurses’ communication skills should be improved. This is possible during the nurse’s formal education or in-service training.



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✅ The results of the study showed that providing counseling has been very effective in increasing the self-efficacy of breastfeeding mothers and their performance.




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