A study shows that “Nearly 70% of postpartum women have to cope with sleep deprivation after giving birth.” (Research Article, frontiers in Psychiatry)
Especially interested in maternal and child health and realizing that there are currently not many studies on women’s health after giving birth in Vietnam, Hoang Ngoc Anh – a 2nd year student majoring in Bachelor of Nursing, conducted an independent research project entitled: “Sleep quality of Vietnamese postpartum women and its associated factors”.
Highly appreciated for the potential and practicality of the project, Hoang Ngoc Anh was funded by VinUni to accelerate the implementation of the research project.
“With this grand funding I intend to use it to focus on obtaining the data and also finalizing the final steps of publications in my research paper. I expect that with my research results and publications, more medical professionals can rely on this and improve their health postpartum women and also the general health of women in a better way.”, Anh shared.
Let’s listen to Ngoc Anh’s sharing on her research process through this video
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