La préparation à la naissance et à la parentalité : répond elle vraiment aux attentes des femmes ?

Abstract : Background : Although its effects remain uncertain, prenatal education brings important information and advices to the future mother. Study design : A phenomenological qualitative study was conducted through semistructured interviews with patients during their postpartum in a maternity in Auvergne. Results : Women are satisfied of their antenatal education, even though they only conceive it as a preparation to delivery, not as a global support to pregnancy and parenthood. Discussion : Organization and content of the meetings could be rethought, the father’s participation during prenatal education seems to be important, and parental support in post-partum should be developed to satisfy couples better. Conclusion : If it brings an answer to women’s expectations, prenatal education plays its part in making pregnancy and delivery a good experience. Its impact on postpartum period remains limited for now.
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Anne-Laure Cassard. La préparation à la naissance et à la parentalité : répond elle vraiment aux attentes des femmes ?. Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2016. ⟨dumas-01535750⟩

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