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Somayyeh Naghizadeh; Mojgan Mirghafourvand
The aim of this study was to determine the relationship between fear of COVID-19 and quality of life in Iranian pregnant women during the COVID-19 pandemic. This cross-sectional study was carried out on 250 Iranian pregnant women. Data was collected through questionnaires including demographic and obstetric characteristics, fear of COVID-19 and quality of life. An adjusted general linear model was used to determine the relationship between variables.
Preeti Kar; Lianne Tomfohr-Madsen; Gerald Giesbrecht (et al.)
Anja Busse; Wataru Kashino; Sanita Suhartono (et al.)
By adhering to government preventative messages to stay-at-home and social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic, training practitioners in person in implementing a family-based intervention (i.e., Treatnet Family) is not possible. The present study examined the feasibility and acceptability of using digital technology to remotely deliver Treatnet Family training to practitioners in community counselling services in Indonesia. Fifteen practitioners, from the association of addiction counsellors in Indonesia, participated in the Treatnet Family workshop remotely. The training was delivered by four national Treatnet Family trainers remotely via a digital platform for five days with additional take-home assignments.
Baris Guller; Ferhat Yaylaci; Damla Eyuboglu
Emily Charvat; Haley Kranstuber Horstman (et al.)
Zahra Asgari; Azam Naghavi; Mohammad Reza Abedi
Yasser Saeed Khan; Muayad Jouda; Yahia Albobali (et al.)
Previous research has established an association between pandemic fears and the development of obsessive-compulsive symptoms mainly in the general population. This study aims to explore whether COVID-19 pandemic fears are associated with obsessive-compulsive symptoms and vice versa in adolescents with preexisting mental and behavioural disorders.
Sarah Southey; Rae Morris; Michael Saini
Gary E. Schaffer; Elizebeth M. Power; Amy K. Fisk (et al.)
Few studies have evaluated whether pandemic-related stressors, worries, and social distancing have affected the mental health of pregnant women during the COVID-19 pandemic. Data came from an online survey of United States pregnant women (n = 715), conducted in May 2020. The Edinburgh Postnatal Depression Scale and Generalized Anxiety Disorder Scale were used to assess depressive symptoms, thoughts of self-harm, and moderate or severe anxiety. Multiple logistic regressions were used to examine the associations of COVID-19 experiences with mental health outcomes.
Lena Schestag; Janina Mehner-Gentner; Lea Stein (et al.)
Ruveyde Aydin; Songül Aktaş
The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic has adversely affected the physical and psychosocial health of pregnant women and their access to antenatal care and health services. This study aims to examine women's pregnancy experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ping-I Lin; Gautam Srivastava; Linda Beckman (et al.)
Thomas M. Olino; Julia A. C. Case; Mariah T. Hawes (et al.)
Márcia Maria Tavares Machado; Luciano Lima Correia
The aim of this paper is to assess the perceptions of pregnant women about COVID-19 and the
prevalence of common mental disorders during the implemented social
distancing period. This was an observational, cross-sectional study using
digital media, of pregnant women exposed to social distancing due to the
COVID-19 pandemic, in Fortaleza, Ceará, Northeastern Brazil. Common
mental disorders were estimated using the modified Self-Report
Questionnaire-20 (SRQ-20) scale, and the feelings towards COVID-19 were
assessed using the Fear of COVID-19 scale through telephone calls made
in May 2020. COX multivariate regression models were used to verify the
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