Woman-centered care is an important focus of midwifery education
and the research programme of Rotterdam University of Applied
Sciences, Netherlands. This is due to governmental recommendations
to improve midwifery care by means of more emphasis on addressing
individual woman’s health needs, her expectations …
Anke de Jonge; Raymond de Vries (Lector); Antoine Lagro-Janssen; Address Malata; Eugene Declercq; Soo Downe; Eileen Hutton
In most countries, maternal and newborn care is fragmented and focused on identification
and treatment of pathology that affects only the minority of women and babies. Recently,
a framework for quality maternal and newborn care was developed, which encourages a
system-level shift to provide skilled …
J.A.C.A. Fontein-Kuipers; R. de Groot; Dr. A.L. van Staa (Lector)
INTRODUCTION Woman-centered care has become a midwifery concept with implied meaning. In this paper we aim to provide a clear conceptual foundation of woman-centered care for midwifery science and practice.
METHODS An advanced concept analysis was undertaken. At the outset, a systematic search of the …
Isabel van Helmond (Lid Lectoraat); Irene Korstjens (Lid Lectoraat); Jessica Mesman; Marianne Nieuwenhuijze (Lector); Klasien Horstman; Hubertina Scheepers; Mark Spaanderman; Judit Keulen; Raymond de Vries (Lector)
Problems with communication and collaboration among perinatal caregivers threaten the quality and safety of care given to mothers and babies. Good communication and collaboration are critical to safe care for mothers and babies. In this study the researchers focused on studies examining the factors associated …
Christina Nilsson; Evelien van Limbeek (Lid Lectoraat); Katri Vehvilainen-Julkunen; Ingela Lundgren
Despite the consequences for women’s health, a repeat cesarean section (CS) birth after a previous CS is common in Western countries. Vaginal Birth After Cesarean (VBAC) is recommended for most women, yet VBAC rates are decreasing and vary across maternity organizations and countries. We investigated …
Knowledge sources and mothers’ decision-making: different sectors in an infant feeding health care system.
Which are factors underlying the decision-making of mothers to stop or to continue breastfeeding in the first month?
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