J Caring Sci. 2021;10(2): 70-76. doi: 10.34172/jcs.2021.014
PMID: 34222115        PMCID: PMC8242294

Original Article

The Effect of Midwife-led Psycho-Education on Parental Stress, Postpartum Depression and Parental Competency in High Risk Pregnancy Women: A Randomized Controlled Trial

Leila Chaharrahifard 1 ORCID, Alireza Jashni Motlagh 2 ORCID, Mahnaz Akbari-Kamrani 3 ORCID, Mina Ataee 4 ORCID, Sara Esmaelzadeh –Saeieh 5 * ORCID

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