Year 2018, Volume 34, Issue 3, Pages 128 - 140 2018-12-25

PRECONCEPTION COUNSELLING AND CARE
PREKONSEPSİYONEL DANIŞMANLIK VE BAKIM

Mükerrem Başli [1] , Hilmiye Aksu [2]

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Preconception care is a preventive and protective service that has been implemented to identify, if possible, to modify the risks and to prevent possible problems for optimising woman’s and her partner’s pre-pregnancy health with the aim of developing pregnancy outcomes. Despite its benefits, there has not been sufficient development in the practice of preconception counseling and care. These services are not common in our country, too. When looking at the studies on the subject, women's knowledge is inadequate, rates of receiving counseling and care are low. Health professionals have also lack of information about the subject. Studies have shown that preconception counseling and care have positive effects on mother-infant health. Based on these results, it can be said that preconception counseling and care services should be placed in health systems and nurses who have the most communication with individuals should take an active role in these services.  


Prekonsepsiyonel bakım, gebelik sonuçlarını geliştirmek amacı ile kadın ve partnerinin gebelik öncesi sağlığını optimal düzeye ulaştırmak için riskleri belirmek ve mümkünse düzeltmek, oluşabilecek sorunları önlemek için yapılan koruyucu ve önleyici faaliyetlerdir. Yararlarına rağmen prekonsepsiyonel danışmanlık ve bakımın uygulamasında yeterli gelişme sağlanamamıştır. Bu hizmetler ülkemizde de yaygın değildir. Konu ile ilgili çalışmalara bakıldığında kadınların bilgileri yetersiz, danışmanlık ve bakım alma oranları düşük bulunmuştur. Sağlık profesyonellerinin de konuyla ilgili bilgi eksikliği bulunmaktadır. Prekonsepsiyonel danışmanlık ve bakımın anne-bebek sağlına olumlu etkileri çalışmalarda gösterilmektedir. Bu sonuçlara bakıldığında prekonsepsiyonel danışmanlık ve bakım hizmetlerinin sağlık sistemlerine yerleştirilmesi, bireylerle en fazla iletişimde olan hemşirelerin bu hizmetlerde aktif rol almaları gerektiği söylenebilir.         


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Authors

Orcid: 0000-0002-5490-916X
Author: Mükerrem Başli (Primary Author)
Institution: Adnan Menderes Üniversitesi Hemşirelik Fakültesi
Country: Turkey


Orcid: 0000-0001-6975-3172
Author: Hilmiye Aksu
Institution: Adnan Menderes Üniversitesi Hemşirelik Fakültesi
Country: Turkey


Dates

Publication Date: December 25, 2018

APA Başli, M , Aksu, H . (2018). PREKONSEPSİYONEL DANIŞMANLIK VE BAKIM. Ege Üniversitesi Hemşirelik Fakültesi Dergisi, 34 (3), 128-140. Retrieved from http://dergipark.org.tr/egehemsire/issue/41598/453798