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Approximately 1 of 20 women with vaginal delivery have PTSD symptoms at 2 months postpartum.

Alizée Froeliger, Catherine Deneux-Tharaux, Aurélien Seco, Loïc Sentilhes (2022)

Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Symptoms 2 Months After Vaginal Delivery. Obstet Gynecol. 2022 Jan 1;139(1):63-72.  Display this record
➡ public health ; obstetric and gynecologic violence obstetric violence, obstetrical violence ; statistics ; post-traumatic stress




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Over the past three decades, substantial progress has been made in reducing maternal mortality worldwide. However, the historical focus on mortality reduction has been accompanied by comparative neglect of labour and birth complications that can emerge or persist months or years postnatally.

Joshua P Vogel, Jenny Jung, Tina Lavin, Grace Simpson, Dvora Kluwgant, Edgardo Abalos, Virginia Diaz, Soo Downe, Veronique Filippi, Ioannis Gallos, Hadiza Galadanci, Geetanjali Katageri, Caroline S E Homer, G Justus Hofmeyr, Tippawan Liabsuetrakul, Imran O Morhason-Bello, Alfred Osoti, João Paulo Souza, Ranee Thakar, Shakila Thangaratinam, Olufemi T Oladapo (2023)

Neglected medium-term and long-term consequences of labour and childbirth: a systematic analysis of the burden, recommended practices, and a way forward. The Lancet. Online, 6 December.  Display this record
➡ guidelines ; public health ; statistics ; maternal health


CItée par Alexandra Bresson dans dans Femina le 8/12/2023 : // L’arrivée d’un bébé peut  more………


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Major differences in midwifery practice were observed in the three countries: English midwives were more likely to monitor the maternal condition than French and Belgian midwives but less likely to use continuous electronic fetal monitoring, restrict maternal nutrition or recommend epidural analgesia.

Marianne Mead, Annick Bogaerts, Marlene Reyns, Martine Poutas, Simone Hel (2006)

Midwives’ perception of intrapartum risk in England, Belgium and France. Eur Clinics Obstet Gynaecol 2, 91–98.  Display this record
➡ survey ; history, sociology ; guidelines ; midwife



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Skin-to-skin contact after birth: developing a research and practice guide

Kajsa Brimdyr, Jeni Stevens, Kristin Svensson, Anna Blair, Cindy Turner-Maffei, Julie Grady, Louise Bastarache, Abla al Alfy, Jeannette T. Crenshaw, Elsa Regina Justo Giugliani, Uwe Ewald, Rukhsana Haider, Wibke Jonas, Mike Kagawa, Siri Lilliesköld, Ragnhild Maastrup, Ravae Sinclair, Emma Swift, Yuki Takahashi, Karin Cadwell (2023)

Contact peau à peau après la naissance : élaboration d’un guide de recherche et de pratique  Display this record
➡ premature baby ; guidelines ; newborn care ; baby’s health


The WHO has released a global position paper on Kangaroo Mother Care, with a Implementation strategy  more…



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This review shows that for selected, low‐risk pregnant women, the evidence from randomised trials to support that planned hospital birth reduces maternal or perinatal mortality, morbidity, or any other critical outcome is uncertain.

Ole Olsen, Jette A Clausen (2023)

Planned hospital birth compared with planned home birth for pregnant women at low risk of complications. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews  Display this record
➡ survey ; evidence-based medicine/midwifery ; public health ; homebirth ; hospital


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This report aims to highlight, not only whether or not our current law of filiation should continue to hinder the development of a “right to a child“, but also what are the measures, avenues or legal solutions to resolve the difficulties arising from the developments analyzed on a global scale.

Nathalie Baillon-Wirtz, David Bonnet, Clotilde Brunetti-Pons, Isabelle Corpart, Claire Fenton-Glynn, Anne Gilson, Martine Herzog-Evans, Gwenaëlle Hubert-Dias, Carmen Maria Lazaro Palau, Jean Michel Morin, Nicolas Nord, Bertrand Pauvert, Delphine Porcheron, ean-Dominique Sarcaelet, Jordane Segura, Bénédicte Palaux Simonnet (2017)

Le droit à l’enfant et la filiation en France et dans le Monde. Rapport final, sous la direction de Clotilde Brunetti-Pons. Mission de recherche Droit et Justice. CEJESCO, Université de Reims.  Display this record
➡ law ; ethics ; history, sociology ; assisted conception assisted reproductive technology


Comité de pilotage : // Nathalie Baillon-Wirtz // Mise en forme du rapport. // Clotilde Brunetti-Pons  more……


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Although there is no mention of the amchi taking a therapeutic role in childbirth in the classic medical treatises, the practitioners in rural Zangskar did in fact intervene in this domain. This function has not received much attention in the research conducted on childbirth in the areas of Tibetan culture.

Laurent Pordié, Pascale Hancart Petitet (2021)

The Amchi at the Margins: Notes on Childbirth practices in Ladakh. Healing at the Periphery: Ethnographies of Tibetan Medicine in India, Duke University Press, In press.  Display this record
➡ history, sociology ; public health




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Two objectives are the basis of our approach. This involves, on the one hand, approaching the content of representations, knowledge and ideas relating to fetal life in force among a group of women; and on the other hand, to identify the reference systems, logics and social calculations that structure and animate this knowledge, ideas and representations.

Noureddine Harrami (1998)

Autour de la vie foetale. Fragments du savoir féminin en matière de procréation. In Santé de reproduction au Maroc : facteurs démographiques et socio-culturels. Centre d’Études et de Recherches Démographiques, Rabat, p. 303-338.  Display this record
➡ history, sociology ; psychology ; public health ; baby’s health ; foetus growth



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This article analyzes the processes of subjectivation of undocumented migrant women when they become mothers in France.

Louise Virole (2016)

Devenir mère, Devenir sujet ? Parcours de femmes enceintes sans-papiers en France. Genre, sexualité & société [En ligne], 16.  Display this record
➡ survey ; ethics ; history, sociology ; psychology ; public health ; experience of pregnancy


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The aim of this contribution is to try to understand the evolution of the position of the jurisdiction of Human Rights on the burning issue of secret childbirth.

Géraldine Mathieu (2013)

L’accouchement anonyme : les termes du débats en Belgique. Journal du droit des jeunes, n°322.  Display this record
➡ alternative birth ; law ; ethics



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