- Ethics approval and consent to participate
All methods were carried out in accordance with relevant guidelines and regulations. This study was conducted by obtaining the code of ethics (IR.KMU.REC.1399.134) from the dean of research of Kerman University of Medical Sciences, permission of the head and director of hospitals and infirmaries affiliated to Kerman University of Medical Sciences and informed consent from participants.
All methods were carried out in accordance with relevant guidelines and regulations. All experimental protocols were approved by a full name and institutional and licensing committee.The purpose of this study is to promote women's mental health during pregnancy, childbirth and postpartum.
The target group is pregnant women from 28 weeks to delivery 28 days after delivery.
Participation in the study is completely voluntary and cancellation at any stage of the research will not prevent you from receiving services and care. Informed consent was obtained from all subjects
Conduct counseling sessions for 30-45 minutes, which will be completed during 6 sessions, which are performed twice a week for up to 3 weeks, before and after the end of the questionnaire sessions, which will be measured by comparing our intended questionnaire.
In this study, no physical or psychological risk will be threatened.
Because the role of the mother in society is a fundamental role, the mental health of a mother will affect the whole society. The goal of promoting mental health goes back not only to the individual but to society as a whole.
Because these sessions will be sent online via WhatsApp, no shipping costs will be charged and no fees will be charged to participants.
In addition, your identity information will not be recorded in the questionnaire, but this information will remain completely confidential.
Research findings will be published in journals and articles.
I, the owner of Dadshahi, who is conducting this research, am answering your questions
Phone number - WhatsApp 09104496351
Email [email protected]
Withdrawal at any stage of the research is completely optional
All the participants provided informed consent to publish data without their names
- Availability of data and materials
The datasets used and/or analysed during the current study available from the corresponding author on reasonable request.Data cannot be deposited publicly as these collaborative data originate from multiple health clinics and hospitals with different legal frameworks.
The authors declare that they have no competing interests.
Kerman university of medical sciences, 99000034.
S.D.: contributed to writing the main manuscript
K.A.: contributed to writing the main manuscript
A.A.: contributed to the study conception and design
S.Y.: contributed to data gathering and holding counseling
Z.P.: contributed to data gathering and holding counseling
MN.: contributed to data gathering and holding counseling
Z.K.: contributed to data gathering and holding counseling
F.E.: contributed to data gathering and holding counseling
R.K.: contributed to data gathering and holding counseling
P.N.: contributed to data gathering and holding counseling
All authors read and approved the final manuscript.
We would thank authorities of Razi School of Nursing and Midwifery in Kerman, managers and staff of infirmaries and hospitals affiliated to Kerman University of Medical Sciences and participants who helped us in this project.