?. .. Résultats,

C. De-la-population and ?. .. ,

. .. Informations, Souhait d'informations par le médecin traitant ?

. .. Connaissances-des-mamans,

?. .. , Lien entre l'information et la connaissance d'un risque pour le nourrisson, p.20

?. .. Discussion,

?. .. Conclusion,

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P. Le-sommeil, Le partage de la chambre parentale jusqu'à l'âge de 6 mois est recommandé. Partager son lit avec son bébé, favorise la durée et la pérennité de l'allaitement, et accroît le lien d'attachement. Il est aussi un facteur de risque de MIN. Pour certains, ce n'est pas le partage du lit qui est un facteur de risque mais la façon dont il serait réalisé (tabac, alcool, médicaments, fatigue, prématuré, petit poids, lieu de couchage inadapté, pratique en augmentation en France avec l'essor du «maternage proximal» fait débat et est très controversé

, Les objectifs de l'étude étaient d'évaluer les connaissances des mères sur le sommeil partagé, ainsi que les modalités d'informations de celles-ci

, 36% ont reçues une information sur le sommeil partagé par un professionnel de santé. Les mères (66,32%) souhaiteraient en recevoir, par leur médecin traitant, pendant la grossesse et pendant le suivi de leur bébé. La recommandation « partage de la chambre jusqu'à l'âge de six mois

, Les mères ne sont pas suffisamment informées sur le sommeil partagé et particulièrement sur le risque de MIN en cas de partage du lit. La prévention par les professionnels de santé (médecin généraliste, pédiatre, sages-femmes) et les campagnes de prévention doivent être renforcées et réitérées

. Mots-clés-;-co-dodo, M. Situations-À-risques, and . Anglais, Shared sleep, practice increasing in France with the rise of "proximal mothering" is debated and is very controversial. International institutions recommend sharing the parental room until the age of six months. Sharing his bed with his baby, promotes the duration and durability of breastfeeding, and increases the attachment link. But, he is also a risk factor for SIDS. For some, it is not the sharing of the bed that is a risk factor but the way whose it would be realized (tobacco, alcohol, drugs, tiredness, prematurity, small weight, inappropriate sleeping place

, Our studie's purpose were to assess the mothers' knowledge of sharing sleep, as well as their information modalities. A quantitative study was carried out in the four maternity hospitals in Calvados in 2019

, Mothers (66.32%) would like to receive, by their general practicionner, during pregnancy and during follow-up of their baby. The recommendation "sharing the room until the age of six months" is well known (83.12%). Risks and dangerous situations are not known. Mothers are not enough informed about shared sleep and especially about the risk of MIN in case of bed sharing. Prevention by health professionals (general practicionner, pediatrician, midwives) and prevention campaigns must be strengthened and reiterated, 36% received a information about sharing sleep by a healthcare professional

. Key-words, Shared sleep, bed sharing, co-sleeping, room sharing, benefices, risks, risk situations