Unexpected: an interpretive description of parental traumas’ associated with preterm birth

@inproceedings{Lasiuk2013UnexpectedAI,
  title={Unexpected: an interpretive description of parental traumas’ associated with preterm birth},
  author={Gerri Lasiuk and Thea Comeau and Christine V Newburn-Cook},
  booktitle={BMC pregnancy and childbirth},
  year={2013}
}
BACKGROUND Preterm birth (PTB) places a considerable emotional, psychological, and financial burden on parents, families, health care resources, and society as a whole. Efforts to estimate these costs have typically considered the direct medical costs of the initial hospital and outpatient follow-up care but have not considered non-financial costs associated with PTB such as adverse psychosocial and emotional effects, family disruption, strain on relationships, alterations in self-esteem, and… CONTINUE READING
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