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How nurses view the sexual and reproductive health among young unmarried women in urban china

Carlqvist, Maria and Fridlizius, Andrea (2011)
Department of Health Sciences
Abstract
Background: Along the rapid economic growth and social change in China a more liberal attitude towards pre-marital sex has emerged Aim: To examine how nurses in urban China view young unmarried women’s knowledge, information need as well as the nurses’ desires for quality improvement within sexual and reproductive health. Results: One overall theme appeared, “A shy search for information”. Main categories within the overall theme were defined as “Information and knowledge about sexual and reproductive health”, “Available channels in sexual and reproductive health issues” and “Desires for quality improvement within sexual and reproductive health”. Conclusion: Difficulties were shown in a both provider- and receiver related shyness. In order... (More)
Background: Along the rapid economic growth and social change in China a more liberal attitude towards pre-marital sex has emerged Aim: To examine how nurses in urban China view young unmarried women’s knowledge, information need as well as the nurses’ desires for quality improvement within sexual and reproductive health. Results: One overall theme appeared, “A shy search for information”. Main categories within the overall theme were defined as “Information and knowledge about sexual and reproductive health”, “Available channels in sexual and reproductive health issues” and “Desires for quality improvement within sexual and reproductive health”. Conclusion: Difficulties were shown in a both provider- and receiver related shyness. In order to overcome this shyness, the nurses may act as an important link to identify and satisfy the sexual and reproductive health needs among young unmarried women. (Less)
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Carlqvist, Maria and Fridlizius, Andrea
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A qualitative interview study.
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M2 - Bachelor Degree
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China, Young women, Nurses, Sexual and Reproductive health
language
English
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2531269
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2012-05-04 14:25:35
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  abstract     = {Background: Along the rapid economic growth and social change in China a more liberal attitude towards pre-marital sex has emerged Aim: To examine how nurses in urban China view young unmarried women’s knowledge, information need as well as the nurses’ desires for quality improvement within sexual and reproductive health. Results: One overall theme appeared, “A shy search for information”. Main categories within the overall theme were defined as “Information and knowledge about sexual and reproductive health”, “Available channels in sexual and reproductive health issues” and “Desires for quality improvement within sexual and reproductive health”. Conclusion: Difficulties were shown in a both provider- and receiver related shyness. In order to overcome this shyness, the nurses may act as an important link to identify and satisfy the sexual and reproductive health needs among young unmarried women.},
  author       = {Carlqvist, Maria and Fridlizius, Andrea},
  keyword      = {China, Young women, Nurses, Sexual and Reproductive health},
  language     = {eng},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {How nurses view the sexual and reproductive health among young unmarried women in urban china},
  year         = {2011},
}