Risk assessment and decision making about in-labour transfer from rural maternity care: a social judgment and signal detection analysis

@article{Cheyne2012RiskAA,
  title={Risk assessment and decision making about in-labour transfer from rural maternity care: a social judgment and signal detection analysis},
  author={Helen Cheyne and Len Dalgleish and Janet Tucker and Fiona Kane and Ashalatha Shetty and Sarah McLeod and Catherine Niven},
  journal={BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making},
  year={2012},
  volume={12},
  pages={122 - 122}
}
  • Helen Cheyne, Len Dalgleish, +4 authors Catherine Niven
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    BMC Medical Informatics and…
    2012
  • Medicine, Computer Science
  • BackgroundThe importance of respecting women’s wishes to give birth close to their local community is supported by policy in many developed countries. However, persistent concerns about the quality and safety of maternity care in rural communities have been expressed. Safe childbirth in rural communities depends on good risk assessment and decision making as to whether and when the transfer of a woman in labour to an obstetric led unit is required. This is a difficult decision. Wide variation… CONTINUE READING

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