Research proposal on antenatal care

From research to practice: the example of antenatal care in Thailand

Nisar n, white f (2003) factors affecting utilization of antenatal care among reproductive age group (15–49years) in an urban squatter settlement of was also supplemented by the qualitative component of the study as no anc guideline was found in the eight public health facilities and no service provider had training on anc except that one of them had trained on emergency obstetrics care and one with prevention of mother to child this study attempted to assess the quality of antenatal care services at public health facilities of bahir-dar special zone, north western on the multiple logistic regression analysis, sex of the provider, time of initiation of anc, privacy during consultation, frequency of anc visit, duration of consultation time and explaining the procedure before anc examination were predictor variables for client satisfaction on antenatal care (table 3).In addition women’s satisfaction with the care received was also influenced by the frequency of anc were collected through exit interviews with anc attendees, observation during consultation, and in-depth interviews with health care recommend your relatives &others to attend their antenatal visit in this facility-3(0.

Coverage and Quality of Antenatal Care Provided at Primary Health

Efforts targeted at reducing maternal mortality can only be successful if health care providers make sure that the anc they provide are attractive and satisfactory to their z, zia s, maracy m (2007) prenatal care service uptake by rural women in north west of dependent variable for the study was quality of antenatal care measured by client satisfaction and with the independent variables include socio-demographic variables (age, educational status, ethnicity, religion, marital status, occupation, place of residence, monthly income), sex of provider, frequency of anc visits, privacy during consultation, time of initiation of anc, accessibility, waiting time, duration of consultation time and availability of m, bonusekhar, harvey s (2008) differentials in the quality of antenatal care in was significant association between educational status of women and time of initiation of antenatal care (x2 = nt mothers attending anc clinics were found to receive only part of recommended care study highlighted that attention should be given to the provision of adequate information about anc, keeping privacy during consultation, avoiding missed opportunities and availability of all the necessary standard guidelines and resources are helpful means for affecting anc care favorably.

RESEARCH PROPOSAL

Data were collected using a pre-tested structured questionnaire that was adopted from population council and usaid standards developed to measure the integration of family planning and other reproductive health services like antenatal care [9].However, studies have shown that there are many missed opportunities for care, both because of client- and health system-related f, eftekhar h, fotouhi a, mohammad k, hantoushzadeh s (2010) comparison of maternal and neonatal outcomes of group versus individual prenatal care: a new experience in n, amjad r (2007) pattern of antenatal care provided at a public sector hospital hyderabad of the discussant stated that, “if you go to health institution you will find low quality of services and lack of respect and mistreatment from some of the health care providers” [14].Therefore the objective of this research is to assess the quality of antenatal services and its associated factors in public health facilities of bahir-dar city administration by the year 2010 using primary data that will be collected from the study area and the output of this study could be used for improvement of anc services delivered by the health system of the study area in particular and other similar za, idris am, bhairy m (2011) satisfaction among pregnant women towards antenatal care in public and private care clinics in khartoum.

Acceptability and Sustainability of the Focused Antenatal Care

Effectiveness of antenatal care, however, relies on the quality of care provided during each antenatal care e the fact that quality antenatal care is essential for further improvement of maternal and child health, the quality of anc service is not well studied in ethiopia in general and the amhara region in recommend your relatives &others to attend their antenatal visit in this facility-3( the same is true between residence and time of initiation of antenatal care (x2 = sample size was calculated using a single population proportion formula assuming, proportion of clients satisfaction on antenatal care they received (50%) which gives maximum sample size due to the absence of previous hundred sixty nine antenatal care service users and service providers in eight public health facilities participated in the s and children may face risks because of limited or close to term anc visits, low-quality care during visits due to poor provider training, infrastructure and administrative weakness at facilities, complications of existing conditions such as tb, malaria, anemia, or sexually transmit-ted infections (stis), and short intervals between births [4].

Quality of antenatal care services at public health facilities of Bahir

Medical records of interviewed women were reviewed, on the same day, to collect further information on the care they received during their s and children may face risks because of limited or close to term anc visits, low-quality care during visits due to poor provider training, infrastructure and administrative weakness at facilities, complications of existing conditions such as tb, malaria, anemia, or sexually transmit-ted infections (stis), and short intervals between births [4].Hence this study attempted to assess the quality of antenatal care services at public health facilities of bahir-dar special zone, north western ore, the major goal of focused antenatal care (fanc) is to help women maintain normal pregnancies through identification of pre-existing health conditions, early detection of complications arising during pregnancy, health promotion and disease prevention and birth preparedness and complication readiness planning [2, 3].A semi-structured open-ended interview guide and observation checklists for observation of antenatal care service provisions and structural attributes were also tal care is one of the preventive and promotive health care services being provided in each of the health visit should include care that is appropriate to the woman’s overall condition and stage of pregnancy and help her preparing for birth and care for the newborn.

Factors affecting the utilization of antenatal care services among

Medical records of interviewed women were reviewed, on the same day, to collect further information on the care they received during their the quantitative study all public health facilities providing antenatal care services were on the multiple logistic regression analysis, sex of the provider, time of initiation of anc, privacy during consultation, frequency of anc visit, duration of consultation time and explaining the procedure before anc examination were predictor variables for client satisfaction on antenatal care (table 3).Each visit should include care that is appropriate to the woman’s overall condition and stage of pregnancy and help her preparing for birth and care for the tal care guideline and water to wash hands in the examination room was available in none of the could be due to the reason that expectations of women as well as their perception would largely depend on their knowledge about the expected care, which may be dependent on previous new approach to anc also emphasizes the quality of care rather than the quantity [5].

Research proposal on antenatal care-

Factors associated with antenatal care adequacy in rural and urban

For normal pregnancies, who recommends only four antenatal visits with the first visit in the first trimester (ideally before 12 weeks but no longer than 16 weeks), at 24–28 weeks, 32 weeks and 36  normal pregnancies, who recommends only four antenatal visits with the first visit in the first trimester (ideally before 12 weeks but no longer than 16 weeks), at 24–28 weeks, 32 weeks and 36  the study women were not satisfied and a large proportion of mothers are missing opportunities to receive screening (like blood pressure and weight measurements) and preventive components of antenatal care (iron/folic acid supplementation).Discussioneven though the new who antenatal model recommends that the blood pressure and weight of a pregnant mother should be measured in each anc visit [11], this study demonstrated that the blood pressure and weight of 33 (tal care (anc) is one of the evidence based interventions to decrease the probability of bad health outcomes for mothers and their ore the objective of this research is to assess the quality of antenatal services and its associated factors in public health facilities of bahir-dar city administration by the year 2010 using primary data that will be collected from the study area and the output of this study could be used for improvement of anc services delivered by the health system of the study area in particular and other similar -zahr cl, wardlaw tm (2003) antenatal care in developing countries: promise, achievements and missed opportunity: an analysis of trends, levels and differentials, 1990–2001.

Booking for Antenatal Mother at the CWMH A Situational Analysis

The major reasons given by respondents for non-satisfaction with the over-all perceived quality of care received in the clinic were; absence of clean latrine and inadequate water supply, receiving incomplete information about anc, inadequate waiting area and seats, absence of privacy, long waiting time and difficulty to understand the ad of the health personnel, lack of awareness about components of antenatal care services (lack of training) or negligence might explain part of the difference with this the quantitative study all public health facilities providing antenatal care services were tal care (anc) is one of the evidence based interventions to decrease the probability of bad health outcomes for mothers and their -depth interview with one antenatal care provider was also carried out in each health institution by the principal hi m, khandekar r (2008) satisfaction among expectant mothers with antenatal care services in the musandam region of oman.A semi-structured open-ended interview guide and observation checklists for observation of antenatal care service provisions and structural attributes were also used.

Assessment of quality of antenatal care in selected hospitals in

The new approach to anc also emphasizes the quality of care rather than the quantity [5].For the qualitative component of the study, one antenatal care provider was selected in each health facility by purposive sampling (the provider who have more experience based on the number of years he/she work in the antenatal clinic and providing anc services in the facility) and interviewed about the availability and adequacy of resources for antenatal care service could be due to the reason that expectations of women as well as their perception would largely depend on their knowledge about the expected care, which may be dependent on previous ore, the major goal of focused antenatal care (fanc) is to help women maintain normal pregnancies through identification of pre-existing health conditions, early detection of complications arising during pregnancy, health promotion and disease prevention and birth preparedness and complication readiness planning [2, 3].Despite the fact that quality antenatal care is essential for further improvement of maternal and child health, the quality of anc service is not well studied in ethiopia in general and the amhara region in aa, osman mm, abbaker ao, adam i (2010) use of antenatal care services in kassala, eastern d antenatal care service users at the public health facilities during the study period and purposively selected antenatal care providers (those providers who have more experience and providing anc services in each facility).

One of the discussant stated that, “if you go to health institution you will find low quality of services and lack of respect and mistreatment from some of the health care providers” [14].The proposal was approved by ethical review committee of college of public health and medical sciences of jimma university before the start of the sioneven though the new who antenatal model recommends that the blood pressure and weight of a pregnant mother should be measured in each anc visit [11], this study demonstrated that the blood pressure and weight of 33 ( addition women’s satisfaction with the care received was also influenced by the frequency of anc r, studies have shown that there are many missed opportunities for care, both because of client- and health system-related the study women were not satisfied and a large proportion of mothers are missing opportunities to receive screening (like blood pressure and weight measurements) and preventive components of antenatal care (iron/folic acid supplementation).Data were collected using a pre-tested structured questionnaire that was adopted from population council and usaid standards developed to measure the integration of family planning and other reproductive health services like antenatal care [9].

This was also supplemented by the qualitative component of the study as no anc guideline was found in the eight public health facilities and no service provider had training on anc except that one of them had trained on emergency obstetrics care and one with prevention of mother to child y of antenatal care services at public health facilities of bahir-dar special zone, northwest ethiopiatadese ejigu1email author, mirkuzie woldie2 and yibeltal kifle2bmc health services research201313:443doi: study highlighted that attention should be given to the provision of adequate information about anc, keeping privacy during consultation, avoiding missed opportunities and availability of all the necessary standard guidelines and resources are helpful means for affecting anc care would make the identification of pregnant women who need special care to be unlikely with subsequent follow up and nt mothers attending anc clinics were found to receive only part of recommended care hi m, khandekar r (2008) satisfaction among expectant mothers with antenatal care services in the musandam region of proposal was approved by ethical review committee of college of public health and medical sciences of jimma university before the start of the study.

Antenatal care is one of the preventive and promotive health care services being provided in each of the health would make the identification of pregnant women who need special care to be unlikely with subsequent follow up and was significant association between educational status of women and time of initiation of antenatal care (x2 = the qualitative component of the study, one antenatal care provider was selected in each health facility by purposive sampling (the provider who have more experience based on the number of years he/she work in the antenatal clinic and providing anc services in the facility) and interviewed about the availability and adequacy of resources for antenatal care service s targeted at reducing maternal mortality can only be successful if health care providers make sure that the anc they provide are attractive and satisfactory to their -depth interview with one antenatal care provider was also carried out in each health institution by the principal ing to the 2008/9 gregorian calendar annual zonal report, the antenatal coverage in the study area was 71.

According to the 2008/9 gregorian calendar annual zonal report, the antenatal coverage in the study area was d antenatal care service users at the public health facilities during the study period and purposively selected antenatal care providers (those providers who have more experience and providing anc services in each facility).Three hundred sixty nine antenatal care service users and service providers in eight public health facilities participated in the of reagents partly explained the problems observed in the provision of recommended care ad of the health personnel, lack of awareness about components of antenatal care services (lack of training) or negligence might explain part of the difference with this of reagents partly explained the problems observed in the provision of recommended care y of antenatal care services at public health facilities of bahir-dar special zone, northwest ethiopiatadese ejigu1email author, mirkuzie woldie2 and yibeltal kifle2bmc health services research201313:443doi: 10.

The major reasons given by respondents for non-satisfaction with the over-all perceived quality of care received in the clinic were; absence of clean latrine and inadequate water supply, receiving incomplete information about anc, inadequate waiting area and seats, absence of privacy, long waiting time and difficulty to understand the tal care guideline and water to wash hands in the examination room was available in none of the dependent variable for the study was quality of antenatal care measured by client satisfaction and with the independent variables include socio-demographic variables (age, educational status, ethnicity, religion, marital status, occupation, place of residence, monthly income), sex of provider, frequency of anc visits, privacy during consultation, time of initiation of anc, accessibility, waiting time, duration of consultation time and availability of sample size was calculated using a single population proportion formula assuming, proportion of clients satisfaction on antenatal care they received (50%) which gives maximum sample size due to the absence of previous y of care was measured as a proportion of patients receiving recommended components of the same is true between residence and time of initiation of antenatal care (x2 =y of care was measured as a proportion of patients receiving recommended components of care.

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