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H1a: There is a statistically significant difference in anxiety levels between women who received woman-centered care in the early postpartum period and women who received standard care. H1b: There is a statistical difference in terms of comfort levels between women who received woman-centered care in the early postpartum period and women who received standard care. H0a: There is no statistically significant difference in anxiety levels between women who received woman-centered care in the early postpartum period and women who received standard care. H0b: There is no statistical difference in terms of comfort levels between women who receive female-centered care in the early postpartum period and women who receive standard care.


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The research was carried out as a single-blind and block randomized control. The research was conducted in a tertiary hospital in Turkey between February, 2019 and February 2020. The universe of the research consisted of women who gave birth by cesarean section. In the power analysis, the sample size was calculated as a minimum of 105 for each group, according to α:0.05 and 1-β= 0.95. Considering the possibility of loss or separation of the selected specimens during the conduct of the study, 240 women who met the inclusion criteria were assigned to the experimental (120) and control (120) groups.Due to the nature of the study, it was conducted as a single-blind randomized controlled trial. The pre-test procedure was performed when the mothers' statuses were stabilized two hour after the admittance to the maternity service. The post-test procedure was conducted one hour before the discharge. Woman-centered care was provided to the experimental group, and standard care was provided to the control group.The women in the experimental and control groups were not told which group they were in. Each woman in the experimental group was given woman-centered care from the 2nd hour postpartum, and this process continued until the mother was discharged (mothers are discharged after 24 hours). The standard care provided by the hospital covers the basic postpartum care components. These components are the nutrition of the newborn and the protection of maternal and newborn health. A dynamic interaction was established between the women in the experimental group and the researcher in which woman-centered care was applied. Each woman in the experimental group was responsible for explaining herself, her own health behaviors, and her own needs and values. "Descriptive Information Form", "Postpartum Comfort Scale" and "State-Trait Anxiety Inventory" were used as data collection tools. Statistical analyses were performed using IBM SPSS (Statistical Package for Social Sciences) Statistics 22 software. Descriptive statistics (mean, standard deviation, frequency and percentage values) were used to assess the results. Kolmogorov-Smirnov test was used to review the goodness of fit to normal distribution. ;


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NCT number NCT05253664
Study type Interventional
Source Kutahya Health Sciences University
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Status Completed
Phase N/A
Start date February 11, 2019
Completion date February 11, 2020

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