Surveillance, support and risk in the postnatal period
- Satisfaction with obstetric care in the early postnatal period. Kowalewska, B.; Kamińska, A.; Rolka, HJ.; Ortman, EB.; Krajewska - Kułak, E. // Progress in Health Sciences;Jun2014, Vol. 4 Issue 1, p95
Introduction: Satisfaction with medical care is defined as the patient's level of acceptance of healthcare, taking into account his or her needs and expectations. Purpose: Determining the level of satisfaction with care in the early postnatal period. Identification of factors affecting the level...
- Assessing progress in Maternity Matters. Clift-Matthews, Victoria // British Journal of Midwifery;Jan2009, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p4
The article discusses various reports published within the issue, including one on postnatal care at home or in a community setting, the quality of midwifery care, and a study by the Healthcare Commission concerning maternal health services.
- Autonomy, privacy and informed consent 2: postnatal perspective. Scott, P.A.; Taylor, A.; Välimäki, M.; Leino-Kilpi, H.; Dassen, T.; Gasull, M.; Lemonidou, C.; Arndt, M. // British Journal of Nursing;1/23/2003, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p117
Part II. Explores the issues of autonomy, privacy and informed consent in maternity care in nursing in Great Britain. Perception of mother's autonomy; Patient autonomy and patient rights.
- 48-hour maternity stay bill in Florida. Sexton, Christine Jorda // National Underwriter / Life & Health Financial Services;11/20/95, Vol. 99 Issue 47, p18
Reports on the filing of a bill in Florida, mandating length of maternal inpatient hospital stay, by Rep. Mark Flanagan. Features of the bill; Includes 48-hour hospital inpatient coverage after a vaginal delivery; 96-hour inpatient coverage for Caesarean section deliveries; Opposition to the...
- Midwifery in Scotland 4: the shaping of postnatal care. Reid, Lindsay // British Journal of Midwifery;Aug2005, Vol. 13 Issue 8, p492
This is the fourth and concluding article in the series on midwifery in Scotland from 1916-1983. It explores aspects of midwifery practice during the postnatal or lying-in period. Postnatal care is a wide field encompassing care of both mother and baby. This article will give a brief overview of...
- New health initiative for maternity services. // AIMS Journal;2003, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p22
Reports on the development of an initiative for maternity services in Great Britain. Provision of greater choice for women on where they want to give birth and the type of pain relief they receive; Standards for maternity and postnatal services; Indications of choice and equality in health care.
- Does early mother/baby contact make a difference? Dahlen, Hannah // Australian Parents;Oct/Nov2002, p60
Focuses on a study conducted in Australia on the effect of the type of birth and place of birth on a mother's postnatal feelings of well-being. Significance of early contact between a mother and her baby; Emotional well-being of women who experienced normal vaginal birth; Postnatal emotion...
- VISÃƒO DE PUÃ‰RPERAS SOBRE A NÃƒO UTILIZAÃ‡ÃƒO DAS BOAS PRÃTICAS NA ATENÃ‡ÃƒO AO PARTO. Oreano, Joana Moreira; Brüggemann, Odaléa Maria; Velho, Manuela Beatriz; Monticelli, Marisa // Ciencia, Cuidado e Saude;Jan-Mar2014, Vol. 13 Issue 1, p128
Exploratory-descriptive, qualitative research, derived from a wider project developed in a maternity-school, whose goal was to identify what are the alleged reasons for recent mothers for not using good practices in the labor/childbirth. 310 recent mothers were interviewed from October 2008 to...
- Care for both mother and child immediately after childbirth: a descriptive study. Rodrigues, Dafne Paiva; Dodou, Hilana Dayana; do Lago, Pamela Nery; Mesquita, Nayara Souza; de Melo, Laura Pinto Torres; de Souza, Albertina Antonielly Sydney // Online Brazilian Journal of Nursing;Jun2014, Vol. 13 Issue 2, p223
Aim: To understand the perceptions of users about the care provided to them and their newborns immediately after childbirth. Method: This is a descriptive study in which a qualitative approach was used, involving 20 postpartum women admitted to a secondary level Public Hospital of Fortaleza....