Domestic Violence Literature Review
However, little has been done to investigate the influence of the domestic violence against pregnant women to their pregnancies and gestation lives. This motivated the researcher to evaluate the implications of the domestic violence against gestational mothers to their pregnancies and their gestation lives. Thus, the purpose of the study was to investigate the influence on domestic violence on pregnancies and lives of the pregnant women. To attain this purpose, broad research was done on the peer-reviewed internet sites using the keywords. Three articles were chosen to be included as the source of the information for the research. Conducting the Study The survey was approved by the Turkish-German Genecology Education and Research Foundation review board. Consent was sought from the participants and only those that agreed were included in the study.
The interviews were conducted using the study questionnaire in the local language and conducted by the administering nurses to the patients in private. Interviews lasted between 30 minutes and one hour. The responses to the questions were either a yes or no with a yes coded 1 and a no coded zero (Cengiz, Kanawati, Yildiz, Suzen & Tombul, 2014, p. 75) Findings of the study and conclusion The investigation found that 2. 73% of the participants that corresponded to 32 participants were victims of the domestic violence. The study found that age, level of education of the woman and her partner, parity, gravidity, and duration of marriage did not contribute to domestic violence against women. The study found that women that lived in extended families were at a higher risk of domestic violence as compared to those living in the core families.
However, the study was limited to small sample size that represented a small geographical area. Two sets of surveys were done, one after 12 months training, and the second after four months practice. Online surveys and physical interviews were used. NPT theory and tools were employed to analyze the data (Hooker, Small, Humphreys, Hegarty & Taft, 2015, p. Sample and Sampling Method The sample consisted of eight teams of the MCH nurses. Other key participants included nurse team leaders, nurse mentors, Family Violence liaison workers, and managers (Hooker, Small, Humphreys, Hegarty & Taft, 2015, p. Data Analysis Quantitative data from the survey was analyzed using Excel. Variations across trial arms and investigation points were analyzed with bivariate Chi-Square measures of independence. A level of 0. 05 for Alpha was employed.
Qualitative data was analyzed using NVivo (9. The survey was done for the pregnant women data between March 2012 and September 2013. The survey employed a study questionnaire with 122 questions. The study employed a power analysis was done and indicated at least 2000 participants were required to register at 98% certainty at minimum 2. 5% DV prevalence (Finnbogadóttir, Dykes & Wann-Hansson, 2014, p. The survey employed the Sense of Coherence Scale, Edinburgh Postnatal Depression Scale, and Alcohol Use Disorders Identification Test as measurement instruments for the study (Finnbogadóttir, Dykes & Wann-Hansson, 2014, p. Data Analysis Statistical evaluations were performed employing descriptive statistics, bivariate logistic regression, Chi-square tests, and multiple regressions. The Odds ratios (OR) were employed to correct the sources of error and a 95% confidence interval level was employed (Finnbogadóttir, Dykes & Wann-Hansson, 2014, p.
Sense of coherence, postnatal depression, and alcohol consumption disorders were evaluated. Reported domestic violence was 1%. 5% of the participants reported a history of domestic violence. The article by Cengiz et al will be a useful resource in providing the information about the extent of the domestic violence on pregnant women, contributing factors, and appropriate antenatal practices for the healthcare practitioners. The research indicates that domestic violence against women is a critical issue in the care for the pregnant mother and the unborn child. The research indicated that women that lived in extended families were much more likely to be exposed to domestic violence as was compared to those living in core families. Therefore, the antenatal health care providers should consider the inhabitants of the pregnant women and administer special attention to those living in extended families.
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