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2018-03Iranian Nursing Student–patient Health Communication in Medical Surgical WardsAbdolrahimi, Mahbobeh; Ghiyasvandian, Shahrzad; Zakerimoghadam, Masoumeh; Ebadi, Abbas
2018-07Comparing the Effects of Progressive Muscle Relaxation and Physical Activity on Pregnant Women’s General HealthSadeghi, Bita; Sirati‑Nir, Masoud; Hajimini, Zahra; Ebadi, Abbas; Ali‑Asgari, Matin
2019-05Exploring the Barriers to Sexual and Reproductive Health Education for Men in Iran: A Qualitative StudyMirzaiiNajmabadi, Khadigeh; Karimi, Leila; Ebadi, Abbas
2020-03Adherence to rehabilitation regimens is a major issue in the treatment of stroke. Despite the agreement on the importance of adherence, there is still no clear definition of this concept in rehabilitation. The aim of this study was the concept analysis of the concept of adherence to rehabilitation regimens in stroke patients. Materials and Methods: This qualitative concept analysis was performed using Walker and Avant’s method. English and Persian articles were searched using keywords such as “adherence”, “compliance”, “rehabilitation”, “stroke”, and other related keywords among articles published from 1997 to 2018 in PubMed, Scopus, Web of Science, Google Scholar, Iranmedex, Magiran, and Scientific Information Database (SID). Related textbooks were also searched and all articles containing definitions, attributes, antecedents, and consequences of the concept were included in the study. Results: The attributes of the concept included complex, multidimensional, and dynamic behavior in the treatment process, personal experience, and adaptive behavior in patients, changeable, situational, voluntary, and collaborative behavior, and active communication between the patient and the healthcare provider. Common antecedents of the concept of adherence to the rehabilitation regimen were classified into patient‑related and environmental‑related categories and the consequences were classified into the three categories of patient‑related, healthcare professional‑related, and healthcare system‑related. Conclusions: This concept analysis can be useful in eliminating any ambiguity of the concept of adherence to rehabilitation regimens. It helps clarify the vague concepts used in nursing rehabilitation instead of adherence. The results of this study can be helpful for researchers for further studies in this context.Pishkhani, Maryam Khoshbakht; Dalvandi, Asghar; Ebadi, Abbas; Hosseini, Mohammad Ali
2020-07Professional Autonomy of Nurses: A Qualitative Meta‑Synthesis StudyRouhi‑Balasi, Leila; Elahi, Nasrin; Ebadi, Abbas; Jahani, Simin; Hazrati, Maryam
2020-09Family Intensive Care Unit Syndrome: An Integrative ReviewSaeid, Yaser; Salaree, Mohammad Mahdi; Ebadi, Abbas; Moradian, Seyed Tayeb
2020-09Overcrowding Management and Patient Safety: An Application of the Stabilization ModelBabatabar‑ Darzi, Hosein; Jafari‑Iraqi, Iman; Mahmoudi, Hosein; Ebadi, Abbas
2021-05Nurse Managers’ Perceptions and Experiences during the COVID-19  Crisis: A Qualitative StudyDeldar, Kolsoum; Froutan, Razieh; Ebadi, Abbas
2021-05Iranian Women's Self‑concept after Hysterectomy: A Qualitative StudyGoudarzi, Fatemeh; Khadivzadeh, Talat; Ebadi, Abbas; Babazadeh, Raheleh
2022-03Psychometric Properties of Persian Version of the Bakas Caregiving Outcomes ScalePishkhani, Maryam Khoshbakht; Ebadi, Abbas; Dalvandi, Asghar; Aroogh, Manijeh Dehi; Vosoghi, Nazila; Ghorbanzadeh, Kobra