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The incidence, risk factors, and mortality of preterm neonates: A prospective study from Jordan (2012-2013)
NMA Razeq, YS Khader, AM Batieha
Turkish journal of obstetrics and gynecology 14 (1), 28, 2017
832017
Experience of menarche among Jordanian adolescent girls: an interpretive phenomenological analysis
O Al Omari, NMA Razeq, MM Fooladi
Journal of pediatric and adolescent gynecology 29 (3), 246-251, 2016
592016
Displaced Syrian children's reported physical and mental wellbeing
AM Hamdan‐Mansour, NM Abdel Razeq, B AbdulHaq, D Arabiat, ...
Child and Adolescent Mental Health 22 (4), 186-193, 2017
552017
Status of neonatal pain assessment and management in Jordan
NMA Razeq, AO Akuma, S Jordan
Pain Management Nursing 17 (4), 239-248, 2016
392016
Maternal bereavement: Mothers’ lived experience of losing a newborn infant in Jordan
NMA Razeq, E Al-Gamal
Journal of Hospice & Palliative Nursing 20 (2), 137-145, 2018
242018
Neonatal mortality in Jordan: secondary analysis of Jordan Population and Family Health Survey (JPFHS) data
N Obeidat, Y Khader, A Batieha, N Abdel Razeq, N Al-Sheyab, ...
The Journal of Maternal-Fetal & Neonatal Medicine 32 (2), 217-224, 2019
232019
Barriers that impede the provision of pain care to neonates by nurses in Jordan
NMA Razeq
Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic & Neonatal Nursing 45 (3), 371-377, 2016
232016
The Lived Experience of Parents of Children with Sickle Cell Disease: A Qualitative Study
NMAR Raeda M. Abu Ali
Open Jornal of Nursing 7 (11), 1348-1364, 2017
21*2017
End-of-life decisions at neonatal intensive care units: Jordanian nurses attitudes and viewpoints of who, when, and how
NMA Razeq
Journal of pediatric nursing 44, e36-e44, 2019
162019
Maternal sociodemographic characteristics and behaviors as correlates of preadolescent's breakfast habits
RA Ali, NMA Razeq, KM Alnuaimi, FA Alzoubi
Journal of Pediatric Nursing 39, 61-67, 2018
152018
Physicians’ standpoints on end-of-life decisions at the neonatal intensive care units in Jordan
NM Abdel Razeq
Journal of Child Health Care 23 (4), 579-595, 2019
142019
Mothers’ knowledge and attitudes about newborn screening in Jordan
A Kasem, NMA Razeq, S Abuhammad, H Alkhazali
Journal of Community Genetics 13 (2), 215-225, 2022
132022
Predictors of breakfast skipping among 14 to 16 years old adolescents in Jordan: The influential role of mothers
RA Ali, NM Abdel Razeq, MI Al‐Kloub, FA Alzoubi
International journal of nursing practice 25 (6), e12778, 2019
122019
Depression and anxiety among school adolescent females: A national study from Jordan
MM AlAzzam, AY Al-Sagarat, NM Abdel Razeq, FA Alsaraireh
School psychology international 42 (5), 520-538, 2021
112021
Informing mothers of neonatal death and the need for family‐centered bereavement care: A phenomenological qualitative study
NM Abdel Razeq, E Al‐Gamal
Journal for Specialists in Pediatric Nursing, e12328, 2021
112021
Informing mothers of neonatal death and the need for family‐centered bereavement care: A phenomenological qualitative study
NM Abdel Razeq, E Al‐Gamal
Journal for Specialists in Pediatric Nursing, e12328, 0
11
Nurses' perceptions and attitudes toward family-centered care in acute pediatric care settings in Jordan
NMA Razeq, DH Arabiat, L Shields
Journal of Pediatric Nursing 61, 207-212, 2021
102021
Communicating prognostic information and hope to families of dying patients in intensive care units: A descriptive qualitative study
I Almansour, NM Abdel Razeq
Journal of Clinical Nursing 30 (5-6), 861-873, 2021
82021
Nurses' improved provision of infants’ procedural pain assessment and management with non-pharmacological interventions following a training program in Jordan
EI Al-Maaitah, NMA Razeq, HM Obeidat
Journal of Neonatal Nursing 29 (2), 356-360, 2023
32023
Clinicians’ self-reported practices related to end-of-life care for infants in NICUs in Jordan
NMA Razeq, H Alduraidi, S Halasa, M Cuttini
Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic & Neonatal Nursing 49 (1), 78-90, 2020
22020
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