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the experience of fathers exposed to their partner’s traumatic childbirth remains unknown. Qualitative study using a questionnaire with 61 fathers from the United Kingdom

Daniels, E., Arden-Close, E., & Mayers, A. (2019)

Be Quiet and Man Up: A Qualitative Study into Men Who Experienced Birth Trauma. BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth  Display this record
➡ depression, anxiety ; father ; psychology ; traumatism ; post-traumatic stress ; iatrogeny ; obstetric and gynecologic violence obstetric violence, obstetrical violence ; social support




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The laboratory results displaying inflammation and liver injury indirectly support the possibility of vertical transmission. Although infection at delivery cannot be ruled out, IgM antibodies usually do not appear until 3 to 7 days after infection.

Lan Dong ; Jinhua Tian ; Songming He ; et al. (2020)

Possible Vertical Transmission of SARS-CoV-2 From an Infected Mother to Her Newborn. JAMA, March (online).  Display this record
➡ pathologies of newborn ; public health ; maternal health ; CoVID-19



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Out-of-maternity deliveries were associated with all the adverse outcomes studied for mothers and newborns. Caregivers, including emergency teams, need to be better prepared for the management these at-risk cases.

Evelyne Combier, Adrien Roussot, Jean-Louis Chabernaud, Jonathan Cottenet, Patrick Rozenberg, Catherine Quantin (2020)

Out-of-maternity deliveries in France: A nationwide population-based study. PLoS ONE 15(2): e0228785.  Display this record
➡ alternative birth ; evidence-based medicine/midwifery ; guidelines ; public health ; homebirth ; birthing centers



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The experiences of the participants indicate that participation, although desired, is complex and uneven from one birthing center to another, due to the challenges encountered and the different operating methods.

Lorrain Roxanne (2018)

La participation des groupes de parents à travers l’évolution des maisons de naissances québécoises  Display this record
➡ birthing centers




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The decline or absence of sexual desire after childbirth as a biological, physical, mental and feminine pathology is only a matter of social construction and not “the natural”. However, it does not only exist as a fact in scientific and (para) medical discourse but also as an experience in women.

Caroline Hirt (2005)

La baisse ou absence de désir sexuel après l’accouchement : analyse de la construction d’un problème social. Mémoire de licence en ethnologie. Université de Neuchâtel.  Display this record
➡ depression, anxiety ; survey ; history, sociology ; psychology ; sexuality ; dyspareunia



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While at the outset it was being born as a philosophical question that interested me, I felt compelled to turn to a much more contingent, material and current perspective; it seemed to me that there was an urgent need to think about the conditions and conditioning of women’s childbirth experience.

Stéphanie St-Amant (2013)

Présentation de la thèse - soutenance de Stéphanie St-Amant. Université de Montréal.  Display this record
➡ history, sociology ; psychology ; iatrogeny ; obstetric and gynecologic violence obstetric violence, obstetrical violence ; deontology ; informed consent ; post-traumatic stress


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Exploring female body themes, the author shows that the time has come to demand freedom and equality for all these subjects which form the heart of the feminist project.

Camille Froidevaux-Metterie (2018)

Le corps des femmes. La bataille de l’intime. Philosophie Magazine.  Display this record
➡ ethics ; history, sociology ; sexuality ; obstetric and gynecologic violence obstetric violence, obstetrical violence



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A significant proportion of women give up their initial project, which brings us mainly to a reflection on the role of the midwife and on a more appropriate care for women in labor, whether or not they benefit from a epidural analgesia.

Sarah David (2013)

Analgésie péridurale, souhait initial ou non : vécu de l’accouchement chez les primipares. Mémoire de sage-femme, Université d’Auvergne  Display this record
➡ guidelines ; psychology ; epidural ; midwife



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This research work historically traces the emergence of the concept of “obstetric violence” from Latin America to Canada, its dissemination in France in the media and on social networks, to the height of its consideration as a full-fledged social concern.

Camille Bourrelier (2018)

Violences obstétricales : Histoire de l’émergence d’une nouvelle préoccupation sociale. Mémoire de Sage-Femme, Université de Tours  Display this record
➡ history, sociology ; obstetric and gynecologic violence obstetric violence, obstetrical violence


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Slowing of fetal head descent is an integral component of manual perineal protection

Hana Kleprlikova, Vladimir Kalis, Miha Lucovnik, Zdenek Rusavy, Mija Blaganje, Ranee Thakar, Khaled M Ismail (2019)

Slowing of fetal head descent is an integral component of manual perineal protection. Letter to Editor. Acta Obstetricia et Gynecologica Scandivania, December  Display this record
➡ guidelines ; active management of labor


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