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Perceptions of Nurses and Mothers in Four Studies of the Peripartum Period

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How individuals perceive themselves and how they are perceived by others are an important part of the relationships between childbirth educators, nurses, other health-care providers, and the families they serve. In this paper, four studies are reviewed. One study focused on labor nurses' perception of their roles. Three other studies, each using a different research strategy, examined mothers' perceptions of their experiences during the peripartum period.
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Keywords: birth experience; mothers; nurses; perceptions

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2004-06-01

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