'You need that loving tender care': maternity care experiences and expectations of ethnic minority women born in the United Kingdom.
AffiliationCity University London
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AbstractTo explore the maternity care experiences and expectations of United Kingdom (UK)-born ethnic minority women.Qualitative in-depth interviews with 34 UK-born mothers of Black Caribbean, Black African, Indian, Pakistani, Bangladeshi and Irish descent, recruited mainly from nine National Health Service (NHS) maternity units in England. The findings contribute to the growing evidence about the need to improve maternity and postnatal care, and to develop more sensitive and women-centred care for all women irrespective of ethnic background.
CitationPuthussery, S., Twamley, K., Macfarlane, A., Harding, S. and Baron, M. (2010) 'You need that loving tender care': maternity care experiences and expectations of ethnic minority women born in the United Kingdom', Journal of Health Service Research & Policy, 15 (3), pp.156-62.
PublisherRoyal Society of Medicine Press
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