Predicting Outcomes after Pregnancy Loss: Results from Studies Using the Perinatal Grief Scale

@inproceedings{Lasker2000PredictingOA,
  title={Predicting Outcomes after Pregnancy Loss: Results from Studies Using the Perinatal Grief Scale},
  author={Judith N Lasker and Lori J. Toedter},
  year={2000}
}
There are widely diverse findings in the literature on the types of variables that best predict grief following a pregnancy loss. This article compares the results from twenty-two studies, carried out in four countries, which all used the Perinatal Grief Scale as their outcome measure. Results of the comparison support the value of the measure for such investigations and indicate strong commonalities among the findings. Specifically, lower grief scores are consistently related to male gender… CONTINUE READING

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