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Teaching in a Patient-Centered Medical Home

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Teaching Lamaze International classes in a patient-centered medical home allows the childbirth educator the best environment for giving evidence-based information and empowering parents to give birth their way. Patient-centered medical home facilities and providers practice evidence-based care and adhere to the principles of family-centered maternity care. In patient-centered medical homes, women can expect to give birth using the Lamaze Healthy Birth Practices and to fully participate in their care with appropriate interventions and the right to informed consent and informed refusal.
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Keywords: Lamaze birth education; evidence-based care; family-centered care; patient-centered medical home

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 01 January 2011

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