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JPE 28.3: Information Needs and Information-Seeking Processes of Low-Income Pregnant Women in Relation to Digital Maternity Education Resources

JPE 28.3: Information Needs and Information-Seeking Processes of Low-Income Pregnant Women in Relation to Digital Maternity Education Resources

JPE 28.3: Information Needs and Information-Seeking Processes of Low-Income Pregnant Women in Relation to Digital Maternity Education Resources

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Launch date: 11 Nov 2019
Expiry Date: 11 Nov 2022

Last updated: 07 Feb 2020

Reference: 194981

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Ms CAROLYNE SIM IYU BSc (5 Jan 2020)
Very informative
An area i need to put more thought into as a childbirth educator

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Pregnant women need high-quality, timely information for self-management. The extent to which digital education resources meet their needs is unclear. This study elucidated how low-income pregnant women characterize their digital information needs and seeking processes and identified barriers/facilitators to meeting them. Focus groups bookending field-testing of a digital maternity education resource elicited barriers to and facilitators of Internet access, Internet use patterns, preferred methods to access information, and explored acceptability and desired features of online resources. Content analysis was used to analyze transcripts and six thematic categories were identified. Digital maternity education resources should be flexible, easily shared with loved ones, and responsive to users’ experiences. Although helpful, digital resources are insufficient to meet pregnant women’s need for social support.

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Describe the literature review that preceded the research study 
Recall the process the researchers used to carry out this study 
Describe the themes that arose from the study 
Describe the implications for practice as discussed by this article
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ADRIANA ARCIA is an Assistant Professor of Nursing at CUMC, Columbia University School of Nursing. SAMANTHA STONBRAKER is an Associate Research Scientist, Columbia University School of Nursing. EVA ROSE ASAAN WARNER is a Certified Nurse Midwife, University of New Mexico Hospital.

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This course has been certified by or provided by the following Certified Organization/s:

  • California Board of Registered Nursing (CBRN)
  • 1.25 Hours

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Additional Contributors

Educational Planner: Renece Waller-Wise, DNP, RNC-OB, CNS, CLC, CNL, LCCE, FACCE

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Ms CAROLYNE SIM IYU BSc (5 Jan 2020)
Very informative An area i need to put more thought into as a childbirth educator

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