Enhancing Childbirth Satisfaction through a Brief, Targeted Education Intervention
Background: A woman's experience during childbirth should be positive and meaningful, yet a large body of literature reports maternal dissatisfaction with labor and childbirth experiences. Purpose: The purpose of this descriptive, comparative study is to explore the effects of a brief, targeted educational intervention on childbirth satisfaction, using a family medicine setting. The aims of this project are to: test the feasibility of implementing a brief (1/2 hour), targeted educational intervention with women in their 3rd trimester of pregnancy as an added service to a routinely scheduled ...
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