Clinical Trials

NCT IdNCT04833842
TitleChildbirth Preparation Program Developed Based on Health Belief Model
ConditionFear of Childbirth
StudyTypeInterventional
OrganizationCumhuriyet University
Sponsor/CollaboratorsCumhuriyet University
StatusNot yet recruiting
GenderFemale
AgeGroupAdult
Location (with distance)
  • Sivas Cumhuriyet Üniversitesi, Sivas, 58100 , Turkey
DescriptionPregnants who underwent a web-based preparation for labor program, which was developed based on the health belief model and supported by motivational interviews, had a higher perception of birth self-efficacy than those who did not pass. Pregnant women who underwent a web-based preparation for labor program, which was developed based on a health belief model and supported by motivational interviews, had a more positive perception of birth than those who did not pass. The level of fear experienced at birth is lower in pregnant women who underwent a web-based preparation for labor program, which was developed based on the health belief model and supported by motivational interviews. The frequency of voluntary cesarean delivery is lower in pregnant women who undergo a web-based preparation for labor program, which is developed based on the health belief model and supported by motivational interviews. The frequency of episiotomy is lower in pregnant women who undergo a web-based preparation for labor program, which is developed based on a health belief model and supported by motivational interviews. Induction frequency is lower in pregnant women who underwent a web-based preparation for labor program, which was developed based on the health belief model and supported by motivational interviews, than those who did not pass. Pregnants who underwent a web-based preparation program for labor, which was developed based on the health belief model and supported by motivational interviews, had a shorter delivery period than those who did not pass.