Mother`s satisfaction assessment on education and information provided by maternal care givers from tabriz educational and non-educational Hospitals
Jentashapir Journal of Health Research: 4 (4); 321-327
September 30, 2013
Article Type: Research Article
October 1, 2013
January 1, 1970
Mother`s satisfaction assessment on education and information provided by maternal care givers from tabriz educational and non-educational Hospitals,
Jentashapir J Health Res.
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Satisfaction with health care is an important criterion and variable in assessing the quality of medical care. Especially mothers satisfaction from childbirth care procedure is a determinant factor in psychological and social health The study aimed to assess mothers satisfaction in terms of education and information provided by maternal care givers.
Material and methods:
A descriptive comparative study was carried out on 270 childbirth admitted mothers in Alzahra, Taleghani and 29 Bahman Hospitals in Tabriz. Data were collection using mother`s satisfaction questionnaire which evaluated the satisfaction from labor, delivery and postpartum care givers.
In teaching-hospitals mother`s satisfaction from educational hospitals in labor, delivery and postpartum phase were 33%, 89, 5%, 46% , respectively and in non teaching-hospitals 81.4%, 100%.35.7%, correspondingly. There was a significant difference for mothers satisfaction from labor and delivery phase comparing both teaching and non teaching-hospitals (PV=0.005). However, there was not a significant difference for postpartum phase (PV=0.487).
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