Midwifery-Pub

Midwifery

  1. Abebaw Abeje Muluneh, Zemenu Yohannes Kassa, Melese Siyoum, Achamyelesh Gebretsadik, Yewlsew Woldeyes and Zelalem Tenaw. Determinants of Sub-Optimal Birth Spacing in Gedeo Zone, South Ethiopia: A Case–Control Study. International Journal of Women’s Health. Volume 12: 549—556, 2020.

  2. Melese Siyoum, Ayalew Astatkie, Zelalem Tenaw, Abebaw Abeje, Teshome Melese. Respectful family planning service provision in Sidama zone, Southern Ethiopia. PLoS ONE 15(9): e0238653, September 4, 2020.

  3. Yitagesu Sintayehu, Assefa Desalew, Biftu Geda, Getahun Tiruye, Haymanot Mezmur, Kasiye Shiferaw, Teshale Mulatu. Basic neonatal resuscitation skills of midwives and nurses in Eastern Ethiopia are not well retained: An observational study. PLOS ONE, July 24, 2020.

  4. Yitagesu Sintayehu, Assefa Desalew, Biftu Geda, Getahun Tiruye, Kasiye Shiferaw, Teshale Mulatu, and Haymanot Mezmur. Knowledge and skills of neonatal resuscitation and associated factors among midwives and nurses working in the government health facilities, eastern Ethiopia. International Journal of General Medicine. Volume 13: Pages 225—233. 2020.

  5. Elias Bekele Wakwoya, Kasiye Shiferaw Gemechu and Tamirat Tesfaye Dasa. Knowledge of Cervical Cancer and Associated Factors Among Women Attending Public Health Facilities in Eastern Ethiopia. Cancer Management and Research. Volume 12, 10103—10111, 2020.

  6. Negash Wakgari, Terefe Woyo, Emnet Kebede, Hirut Gemeda, Samson Gebremedhin. Sexually transmitted disease among street dwellers in southern Ethiopia: a mixed methods study design. BMC Public Health, Volume 20:434, 2020.

  7. Endalew Gemechu, Fekadu Aga, Debela Gela, Jembere Tesfaye, and Negalign Getahun. Women’s and health care providers’ perception and knowledge about accessibility of safe abortion care services at selected public institutions in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Submitted to targeted journal.

  8. Workinesh Daba Quality of labor and delivery care provided by midwives in primary health care facilities of Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, 2017/18. Data Analysis.

  9. Haweni Adugna, A Proposal on Modern Contraceptive Utilization and its associated factors among Street Dwelling Reproductive age women in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Data Analysis.

  10. Almaz Aklilu Getu, Berihu, Munir Kassa, and Mulu Weldegebriel. Non-pharmacological labor pain management and associated factor among skilled birth attendants in Amhara regional state health institutions, northwest Ethiopia. Accepted for Publication.

  11. Selamawit Lake Fenta, Family planning demand and sexually transmitted infection risk behaviors of female psychiatric patients at specialized referral hospitals of Amhara region: a comparative cross- sectional study. Manuscript write up.

  12. Mulugeta Dile, Assessment of sexual violence among waitresses in Bahir Dar city. Manuscript write up.

  13. Amare Simegn Contraceptive demand, utilization and associated factors among university female students in Amhara region: institution based cross- sectional study. Manuscript write up.

  14. Asrat Hailu, Implementation of evidence- based practice and associated factors among nurses and midwives working in Amhara region government hospitals, north Ethiopia, 2017. Manuscript write up.

  15. Tewachew Muche, Youth reproductive health service utilization and associated factors among Amhara region night students, institution based cross sectional study

  16. Teshale Mulatu, Habtamu Demelash, Lealem Meseret, Lealem Netsanet, Minalu Bezie. The effect of male involvement in modern family planning use among currently married reproductive age group women in rural areas of Easten Hararghe zone, Eastern Ethiopia. Manuscript write up.

  17. Tamirat Tesfaye, Aklilu Abrham, Biftu Geda, Elias Bekele, Kasiye Sheiferaw, Tadesse Gure, and Abera Kenay. Level and determinants of respectful maternity care and Maternal Satisfaction among mothers in the maternity unit in Hiwot Fana Specialized University Hospital. Manuscript write up.

  18. Fantaye Chemir, Parental competence and associated factors among mothers with newborn admitted to Neonatal Intensive Care Unit in public hospitals in Jimma Zone, South Western Ethiopia.

  19. Bekana Fekecha, Stigma and discrimination and factors associated with it among mothers with genital fistula in Oromia region, Ethiopia.

  20. Marta Tessema, Reproductive health care service utilization and determinant factor among women with disabilities.

  21. Gedamu Abera, Role of midwives and health extension workers toward unmarried adolescents seeking family planning in Tigray, Ethiopia.

  22. Abera Haftu, Health care providers level of adherence to first visit antenatal care guideline and its effect on perinatal outcome among women who gave birth in Tigray public health institutions.

  23. Kahsay Zenebe, Gebretsadik Berhe, Haftom Taddese, Solomon Weldemarian, Gelawdiyos Gebre, Abdella Amano, Daniel Birhane, Gebrehud Berihu, Munir Kassa, and Mulu Weldegebriel. Family planning service satisfaction and associated factors among family planning user women at governmental health facilities of southeast zone Tigray Region, Ethiopia.

  24. Mengistu Gebremichael, Kidane Meles, Hadgay Hagos, Hale Teka, Hagos Gidey, Abere Yekoye, Amaniel Desta, and Mengistu Hailemariam. Cesarean section rate – according to Robson’s 10-group classification and it’s contributing factors in Tigray, Ethiopia with a view to develop and accustom a monitoring tool

  25. Balem Demtsu Betsu, The Effect of Antenatal Depression on the Birth Outcomes of the Newborn: A Cohort Study in Tigray Region 2017.

  26. Bilen Mekonnen, Dual contraceptive utilization: barriers and facilitators among HIV positive people attending ART clinics in Amhara national regional state hospitals.

  27. Tibeb Zena, Effects of ANC on institutional delivery and modern postpartum family planning utilization.

  28. Kiber Temesgen, Health Facilities Readiness to Newborn Care and Obstetric Care Providers’ Competence to Newborn Care and Associated Factors in Amhara Region Public Health Facilities, Ethiopia, 2017.

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