B. Fostering an Optimal Womb Environment: Honor Pregnancy as a Natural Event (Not a Medical Condition) and Recognize the Importance of the Mother's Emotional, Mental, and Physical Well-being; a Safe Environment; and a Strong Support System
Document Type: Abstract
Affiliations: A student at Virginia Commonwealth University, School of Nursing, in Richmond, VA.
Publication date: 2001-10-01
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