Title Satisfacción de gestantes y acompañantes en relación con el Programa de Educación Maternal en Atención Primaria
Authors González-Sanz J.D., González A.B., SÁNCHEZ MARTÍN, MILAGROSA, Hidalgo M.H., López R.L., SÁNCHEZ MARTÍN, MILAGROSA
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Means Matronas Profesion
Scope Article
Nature Científica
SJR Quartile 3
SJR Impact 0.13800
Area International
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Publication date 01/01/2017
Scopus Id 2-s2.0-85017134554
Abstract Objective: To analyze the satisfaction of pregnant women and their partners regarding the content and level of usefulness of Maternal Education in order to improve the process of pregnancy and childbirth. Methodology: Transversal descriptive study between November 2010 and November 2013, with qualitative methodology added, in the Health Center of Lepe (Huelva), Public Andalusian Health Service. Data were collected from performed a quantitative measure of satisfaction through a semi-structured questionnaire and a qualitative assessment through four focus groups (three with pregnants, one with partners). Results: 378 pregnant women and 82 partners. High levels of satisfaction in pregnant and partners were observed. 77.5% of women and 70.7% of partners showed a very high level of satisfaction. The analysis of qualitative data showed a significant overlap with the quantitative results. Conclusion: Antenatal education is perceived by users as a high quality activity, sufficiently responsive to their needs. Survey is a useful, valid and reliable instrument to measure satisfaction with prenatal education. Among the areas for improvement identified in their contributions highlights: The demand for a greater number of classes and an increase in the content thereof; a better location for classes and resources used, as well more coordination between primary and specialized care. © 2017 Ediciones Mayo, S.A. Todos los derechos reservados.
Keywords childbirth education; coordination; female; human; instrument validation; major clinical study; male; midwife; outcome assessment; participant observation; patient satisfaction; pregnancy; pregnant wo
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