Mother-child Relationship in Turkey

Journal of Nursing & Care

ISSN: 2167-1168

Open Access

Mother-child Relationship in Turkey

6th World Nursing and Healthcare Conference

August 15-17, 2016 London, UK

Neslihan Aslan and Ayse Ferda Ocakc?±

Koc University Graduate School of Health Sciences, Turkey
Prof. Instructor in Koc University College of Nursing

Scientific Tracks Abstracts: J Nurs Care

Abstract :

The present investigation was planned as a descriptive study to investigate the association of some socio-demographic characteristics with mother-child relationship in mothers who have children in primary schools. The universe of the study consisted of mothers of children aged 6-12 years attending to randomly selected 2 primary and secondary schools located in Istanbul province. Mothers of all children existed in the study universe were included into the study and mothers of a total of 214 children accepting to participate into the study have constituted the study sample. Data collection was performed using Child and Mother Information Form and Parental Accoptance - Rejection Questionnaire - Mother Form. Data were collected by face to face interviews with mothers. Results demonstrated that motherâ??s age, educational level, number of children and monthly income have a significant negative association with rejecting behavior. Gender of the child and family type have no significant association with mother-child relationship.

Biography :

Neslihan Aslan have completed her pediatric master degree at the age of 26 years Her master’ theses is about ‘Mother-child Relationship in Turkey’ under the guidance of Phd.Rn.Prof. Ay??e Ferda Ocakç?± at Koç University School of Nursing. Currently working as a coronary intensive care nurse at Amerikan Hospital since 2014.


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