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Handicap moteur maternel et grossesse : évaluation de la satisfaction des patientes face à une prise en charge spécifique

Abstract : Maternal motor disability and pregnancy: evaluation of patient's satisfaction with a specific management. Motherhood is increasingly encountered by women with physical disabilities however there is a real lack of knowledge in this area and in health care for such women in France. In 2006, the IMM has developed a comprehensive and multidisciplinary care of pregnant disabled women. Our qualitative study based on 15 semi-structured interviews with motor disability patients followed and having given birth to the IMM to sought to evaluate the match between this specific support and patients' needs and expectations in order to improve professional's practices. The results show that women with physical disabilities have special needs and are satisfied with the specialized support even if internal improvements are still needed. The IMM would have to become a center of reference regarding to the concept of specialized care developed in France in order to provide the best support for pregnant women with motor disabilities.
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Jennifer Cadic. Handicap moteur maternel et grossesse : évaluation de la satisfaction des patientes face à une prise en charge spécifique. Gynécologie et obstétrique. 2013. ⟨dumas-00861870⟩

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