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Forewords of the International Conference on the Humanization of Childbirth held on 2-4 November 2000, in Fortaleza, Ceara, Brazil
Conference agreement on the definition of humanization and humanized care
Umenai, T.; Wagner, M.; Page, L.A.; Faundes, A.; Rattner, D.; Dias, M.A.; Tyrrell, M.A.; Hotimsky, S.; Haneda, K.; Onuki, D.; Mori, T.; Sadamori, T.; Fujiwara, M.; Kikuchi, S.
The technocratic, humanistic, and holistic paradigms of childbirth
Fish can't see water: the need to humanize birth
New reasons and new ways to study birth physiology
The gap between evidence and practice in maternal healthcare
Villar, J.; Carroli, G.; Gulmezoglu, A.M.
The humanization of birth
The opinion of Brazilian women regarding vaginal labor and cesarean section
Osis, M.J.D.; Padua, K.S.; Duarte, G.A.; Souza, T.R.; Faundes, A.
From 'culture of dehumanization of childbirth' to 'childbirth as a transformative experience': changes in five municipalities in north-east Brazil
Misago, C.; Kendall, C.; Freitas, P.; Haneda, K.; Silveira, D.; Onuki, D.; Mori, T.; Sadamori, T.; Umenai, T.
The humanization of birth experience at the University of Santa Catarina maternity hospital
Santos, O.M.B.; Siebert, E.R.C.
Human resources for maternity care: the present system in Brazil, Japan, North America, Western Europe and New Zealand