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Predictive factors of women’s subjective perception of childbirth experience: a systematic review of the literature. Journal of Reproductive and Infant Psychology, 39(1), 43-66.

Author(s) :

Chabbert, M., Panagiotou, D., & Wendland, J.

Year of publication :

2021

URL(s) :

https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/026468…
https://doi.org/10.1080/02646838.2020.1748582

Résumé (français)  :

Contexte : Jusqu’à 33% des femmes rapportent une expérience d’accouchement négative ou traumatisante. Compte tenu de cette prévalence élevée et de son association constante avec des issues post-partum et infantiles défavorables, il est essentiel d’identifier les facteurs prédictifs et d’améliorer la gestion de l’expérience de l’accouchement.

Objectif : Cette revue systématique explore et identifie les facteurs de risque et de protection pour l’expérience subjective de l’accouchement et la satisfaction à la naissance des femmes en examinant les recherches menées sur le sujet.

Méthodes : Une recherche systématique a été effectuée pour la littérature sur l’expérience de l’accouchement dans trois bases de données en ligne. Les articles examinés se sont concentrés sur l’expérience subjective de l’accouchement des femmes et ses facteurs prédictifs. Les articles ont été évalués à l’aide de l’outil d’évaluation des méthodes mixtes (MMAT).

Résultats : Les facteurs de risque et de protection sont sensiblement différents selon la conception de l’étude, le pays ou la méthode employée. Les principaux facteurs de risque sont obstétricaux, comme la césarienne d’urgence et les douleurs perçues durant le travail, et le mécontentement des femmes à l’égard du soutien social. Les principaux facteurs de protection sont : obstétricaux, y compris le sentiment de contrôle perçu pendant le travail ou la satisfaction concernant le soutien du partenaire. Cependant, les résultats globaux ne sont pas concluants pour des raisons méthodologiques ou conceptuelles.

Conclusions : Plusieurs facteurs de risque peuvent être identifiés lors de la grossesse ou de l’accouchement. Cela souligne l’importance de la qualité des relations interpersonnelles et professionnelles maternelles, en particulier avec les professionnels de la santé périnatale de première ligne, tels que les sages-femmes.

Abstract (English)  :

Background: Up to 33% of women report a negative or traumatic childbirth experience. Given this high prevalence and its consistent association with adverse postpartum and child outcomes, it is essential to identify predictive factors and to improve the management of the childbirth experience.

Objective: This systematic review explores and identifies risk and protective factors for women’s subjective childbirth experience and birth satisfaction by reviewing original research.

Methods: A systematic search was performed for childbirth experience literature on three online databases. Reviewed papers focused on women’s subjective childbirth experience and its predictive factors. The articles were assessed with the Mixed Methods Appraisal Tool (MMAT).

Results: Risk and protective factors are notably different depending on the study design, the country, or the method employed. The main risk factors are obstetric, such as emergency caesarean and highly perceived labour pain, and women’s dissatisfaction with social support. The main protective factors are: obstetric, including highly perceived control during labour or satisfaction regarding partner’s support. However, overall results are inconclusive for methodological or conceptual reasons.

Conclusions: Several risk factors can be identified through pregnancy or childbirth. This underlines the importance of the quality of maternal interpersonal and professional relationships, especially with first-line perinatal health-care professionals, such as midwives.

Sumário (português)  :

Contexto: Até 33% das mulheres relatam uma experiência de parto negativa ou traumática. Dada essa alta prevalência e sua associação consistente com resultados adversos no pós-parto e na criança, é essencial identificar fatores preditivos e melhorar o manejo da experiência do parto.

Objetivo: esta revisão sistemática explora e identifica os fatores de risco e de proteção para a experiência subjetiva do parto da mulher e a satisfação do parto por meio da revisão da pesquisa original.

Métodos: Uma busca sistemática foi realizada para literatura sobre a experiência do parto em três bancos de dados online. Artigos revisados ​​com foco na experiência subjetiva de parto das mulheres e seus fatores preditivos. Os artigos foram avaliados com o Mixed Methods Appraisal Tool (MMAT).

Resultados: Os fatores de risco e proteção são notavelmente diferentes dependendo do desenho do estudo, do país ou do método empregado. Os principais fatores de risco são obstétricos, como cesariana de emergência e dor de parto altamente percebida e insatisfação das mulheres com o suporte social. Os principais fatores de proteção são: obstétricos, incluindo controle altamente percebido durante o trabalho de parto ou satisfação em relação ao suporte do parceiro. No entanto, os resultados gerais são inconclusivos por razões metodológicas ou conceituais.

Conclusões: Vários fatores de risco podem ser identificados durante a gravidez ou o parto. Isso reforça a importância da qualidade das relações interpessoais e profissionais maternas, especialmente com os profissionais de saúde perinatais de primeira linha, como as parteiras.

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Argument (français) :

Les principaux facteurs de risque sont obstétricaux, comme la césarienne en urgence et les douleurs perçues durant le travail, et le mécontentement des femmes à l’égard du soutien social.
Les principaux facteurs de protection sont : obstétricaux, incluant le sentiment de contrôle perçu pendant le travail ou la satisfaction concernant le soutien du partenaire.

Argument (English):

The main risk factors are obstetric, such as emergency cesarean section and perceived pain during labor, and women’s dissatisfaction with social support.
The main protective factors are: obstetric, including perceived sense of control during labor or satisfaction with partner support.

Argumento (português):

Os principais fatores de risco são obstétricos, como cesárea de emergência e dor percebida durante o trabalho de parto e a insatisfação das mulheres com o suporte social.
Os principais fatores de proteção são: obstétricos, incluindo sensação percebida de controle durante o trabalho de parto ou satisfação com o apoio do parceiro.

Keywords :

➡ c-section/caesarean ; depression, anxiety ; father ; psychology ; public health ; iatrogeny ; obstetric and gynecologic violence obstetric violence, obstetrical violence ; social support ; interventions during childbirth ; interventions before childbirth ; pain ; post-traumatic stress ; midwife

Author of this record :

Alison Passieux — 02 Apr 2021

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