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Effects of Parenting Stress, Sleep Quality, Self-Compassion and Family Relationship on Mothers’ Postpartum Depression

Oh HJ, Kim SS

Purpose: The purpose of this study was to examine the effects of parenting stress, sleep quality, self-compassion, and family relationship on mothers’ postpartum depression. Methods: The participants were 141 postpartum...
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Association of postpartum depression with postpartum posttraumatic stress disorder in Korean mothers: a longitudinal survey

Cho H, Koh M, Yoo H, Ahn S

Purpose: This study aimed to determine the level of postpartum posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and postpartum depression (PPD) in Korean mothers with healthy babies and to explore the factors related...
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Edinburgh Postnatal Depression Scale used in South Korea

Oh R, Khang YH, Kim YM

Background: The Edinburgh Postnatal Depression Scale (EPDS), a validated screening tool for prenatal and postnatal depression, was included as a reimbursable item by the National Health Insurance Service of Korea...
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Does a nurse-led postpartum self-care program for first-time mothers in Bangladesh improve postpartum fatigue, depressive mood, and maternal functioning?: a non-synchronized quasi-experimental study

Khatun F, Lee TW, Lee HJ, Park J, Song JE, Kim S

Purpose: This study aimed to test the efficacy of a nurse-led postpartum self-care (NL-PPSC) intervention at reducing postpartum fatigue (PPF) and depressive mood and promoting maternal functioning among first-time mothers...
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First-Time Mothers’ Grit, Spousal Support, and Age, and Their Relationships with Nurturing Passion, Postpartum Depression, and Happiness

Jeong Y, Kim Y, Yang S

Purpose: This study aimed to examine whether first-time mothers’ grit, spousal support, and age can make significant differences in latent means of child-rearing passion, postpartum depression, and happiness. Methods: Data...
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Prevalence and Risk Factors of Postpartum Depression in Provincial Area

Yun A, Seo JS, Nam BW

Background: Studies on prevalence and social variables affecting postpartum depression appear to be inconsistent. This study aimed to examine the prevalence of postpartum depression, as well as the correlation between...
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Work Reentry After Childbirth: Predictors of Self-Rated Health in Month One Among a Sample of University Faculty and Staff

Falletta L, Abbruzzese S, Fischbein R, Shura R, Eng A, Alemagno S

Background: Childbirth represents a significant transition for women, with physical and psychological sequelae. Reentry to the workplace during the postpartum period is understudied, with implications for maternal well-being and job-related...
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Effects of Breast-Feeding Adaptation and Quality of Sleep on Postpartum Depression in Puerperal Women

Lee CY, Cho HH

PURPOSE: This study aimed to provide preliminary data for a nursing intervention plan for puerperal women to reduce postpartum depression by investigating factors that affect depressive disorder during the puerperal...
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Effects of a Maternal Role Adjustment Program on First-time Mothers

Kim SJ, Seo JM

PURPOSE: To investigate the effect of a maternal role adjustment program on first-time mothers. METHODS: The research was quasi-experimental with a non-equivalent control group non-synchronized design. Participants were first-time mothers admitted...
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The Relationships among Postpartum Fatigue, Depressive Mood, Self-care Agency, and Self-care Action of First-time Mothers in Bangladesh

Khatun F, Lee TW, Rani E, Biswash G, Raha P, Kim S

PURPOSE: Postpartum fatigue can impact maternal well-being and has been associated with levels of perceived self-care. This study aimed to examine the relationship among fatigue, depressive mood, self-care agency, and...
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Development and Validation of a Postpartum Care Mobile Application for First-time Mothers

Lee JY, Kim HY

PURPOSE: The aims of the study were to develop mobile application for postpartum care of first-time mothers and to validate it's effect. METHODS: Using a nonequivalent control group pretest-posttest design, 52...
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The Effects of Puerperium Maternal Anxiety, Marital Relationships, and Depression on Late Postpartum Depression

Kim SY, So HS

PURPOSE: This study aimed to determine the effects of puerperium maternal anxiety, quality of marital relationship, and postpartum blues on late postpartum depression. METHODS: Participants were 130 postpartum women who delivered...
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The Correlation between Maternal Adult Attachment Style and Postpartum Depression and Parenting Stress

Park SY, Kim SM, Kee BS, Han DH, Na C, Kim GJ, Park MY, Lee NM

OBJECTIVES: We aimed to determine whether the adult attachment styles of pregnant women could predict development of postpartum depression. METHODS: Korean version of Revised Adult Attachment Scale, State Trait Anxiety Inventory-State/Trait...
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Effects of Foot-Reflexology Massage on Fatigue, Stress and Postpartum Depression in Postpartum Women

Choi MS, Lee EJ

PURPOSE: To identify the effects of foot reflexology massage on fatigue, stress and depression of postpartum women. METHODS: A nonequivalent control group pre-post design was used. A total of 70 women...
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A Review of Postpartum Depression: Focused on Psychoneuroimmunological Interaction

Kim Y, Ahn S

PURPOSE: The purpose of this review was to describe a psychoneuroimmunology (PNI) framework for postpartum depression (PPD) and discuss its implications for nursing research and practice for postpartum women. METHODS: This...
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Development of a Prediction Model for Postpartum Depression: Based on the Mediation Effect of Antepartum Depression

Lee EJ, Park JS

PURPOSE: This study was done to develop a prediction model for postpartum depression by verifying the mediation effect of antepartum depression. A hypothesized model was developed based on literature reviews...
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Usefulness of Edinburgh Postnatal Depression Scale for Postpartum Depression

Ahn CS, Kang MS, Park SY, Choi YR

PURPOSE: Postpartum depression (PPD) is a common postnatal problem. PPD has a negative influence on maternal functioning and child development. We examined the result of Edinburgh Postnatal Depression Scale (EPDS)...
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Relations of Postpartum Depression with Socio-Demographic and Clinical Characteristics of Preterm Infants and Mothers

Bang KS, Kang HJ, Kwon MK

PURPOSE: This study was conducted to explore relationships of postpartum depression with socio-demographic and clinical characteristics of preterm infants and mothers. METHODS: Participants were the mothers of 80 premature infants admitted...
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Sleep Quality, Fatigue, and Postpartum Depression of Mother at Six Months after Delivery

Kim ME, Hur MH

PURPOSE: This study was correlation study to identify the factors influencing sleep quality, fatigue, and postnatal depression in mothers who have given birth during the past 6 months. METHODS: The study...
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Effects of Music Therapy and Phone Counseling on Postpartum Depression and Maternal Identity in High Risk Women

Kim HW, Kim SO, Kim HG, Jeon HR

  • KMID: 2315695
  • Perspect Nurs Sci.
  • 2014 Apr;11(1):63-73.
PURPOSE: This study examine the effects of music therapy and phone counseling on postpartum depression and maternal identity in high risk women. METHODS: A nonequivalent control group time series research design...
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