A systematic review to examine the evidence regarding discussions by midwives, with women, around their options for where to give birth

@inproceedings{Henshall2016ASR,
  title={A systematic review to examine the evidence regarding discussions by midwives, with women, around their options for where to give birth},
  author={Catherine Henshall and Beck Taylor and Sara Kenyon},
  booktitle={BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth},
  year={2016}
}
BackgroundDiscussion of place of birth is important for women and maternity services, yet the detail, content and delivery of these discussions are unclear. The Birthplace Study found that for low risk, multiparous women, there was no significant difference in neonatal safety outcomes between women giving birth in obstetric units, midwifery-led units, or home. For low risk, nulliparous women giving birth in a midwifery-led unit was as safe as in hospital, whilst birth at home was associated… CONTINUE READING
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