Women's experience of maternal morbidity: a qualitative analysis.
Interviews as Topic
Patient Education as Topic
Quality of Life
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CitationWomen's experience of maternal morbidity: a qualitative analysis. 2016, 16 (1):184 BMC Pregnancy Childbirth
PublisherBMC Pregnancy and Childbirth
JournalBMC pregnancy and childbirth
AbstractMaternal morbidity refers to pregnancy-related complications, ranging in severity from acute to chronic. In Ireland one in 210 maternities will experience a severe morbidity. Yet, how women internalize their experience of morbidity has gone largely unexplored. This study aimed to explore women's experiences of maternal morbidity.
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