The Complementary Therapies for Labour and Birth Study making sense of labour and birth - Experiences of women, partners and midwives of a complementary medicine antenatal education course.

@article{Levett2016TheCT,
  title={The Complementary Therapies for Labour and Birth Study making sense of labour and birth - Experiences of women, partners and midwives of a complementary medicine antenatal education course.},
  author={Kate M Levett and Caroline A. Smith and Alan Bensoussan and Hannah G Dahlen},
  journal={Midwifery},
  year={2016},
  volume={40},
  pages={
          124-31
        }
}
OBJECTIVE to gain insight into the experiences of women, partners and midwives who participated in the Complementary Therapies for Labour and Birth Study, an evidence based complementary medicine (CM) antenatal education course. DESIGN qualitative in-depth interviews and a focus group as part of the Complementary Therapies for Labour and Birth Study. SETTING AND PARTICIPANTS thirteen low risk primiparous women and seven partners who had participated in the study group of a randomised… CONTINUE READING
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