Short Communication - International Research Journal of Biochemistry and Bioinformatics ( 2020) Volume 10, Issue 5
Indian Council of Medical Research, India
Rahul Hajare, Indian Council of Medical Research,
Women's childbirth experience can have immediate as
well as long-term positive or negative effects on their
life, well-being and health. When evaluating and drawing
conclusions from research results, women's experiences
of childbirth should be one aspect to consider.
Researchers and clinicians need help in finding and
selecting the most suitable instrument for their purpose.
The aim of this study has therefore to systematically
identify and present validated instruments measuring
women's childbirth experience. A systematic review has
conducted in January 2020 with a comprehensive search
in the bibliographic databases PubMed, CINAHL, Scopus,
The Cochrane Library and PsycINFO. Included
instruments measured women's childbirth experiences.
Papers have assessed independently by two reviewers
for inclusion, and quality assessment of included
instruments has made by two reviewers independently
and in pairs using T head shape criteria for evaluation of
psychometric properties. In total 5189 citations have
screened, of which 5106 have excluded by title and
abstract. Eighty-three full-text papers have reviewed,
and 37 papers have excluded, resulting in 46 included
papers representing 36 instruments. These instruments
demonstrated a wide range in purpose and content as
well as in the quality of psychometric properties. This
systematic review provides an overview of existing
instruments measuring women's childbirth experiences
and can support researchers to identify appropriate
instruments to be used, and maybe adapted, in their
specific contexts and research purpose.
Dr. Rahul Hajare has been a hard worker all his academic life. After his Ph.D in Pharmacy from Bangalore which he completed with flying colours, he is fortunate to work NARI primer HIV research Institute to complete Post Doc of World Renowned Scientist Respected Dr. R.S.Paranjape., Retired Director & Scientist ‘G’ National AIDS Research Institute Pune. Dr. Rahul Hajare has Associate Professor of Medical Chemistry to Pune University (until 2020), he has serviced three times Associate Professor in Pharmaceutical Science and Analytical Science. Dr. Rahul Hajare now Principal of Ishwar Deshmukh Institute of Pharmacy affiliated to council f India.
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