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The "Happy-Mums" website dedicated to the perinatal period: Evaluation of its acceptability by parents and professionals.

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Summary of "The "Happy-Mums" website dedicated to the perinatal period: Evaluation of its acceptability by parents and professionals."

Pregnancy and childbirth are associated with new needs for mothers, especially an eagerness for information. The aim of this study was to evaluate whether the Happy-Mums.be website meets the expectations and needs of its future users.

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Name: Midwifery
ISSN: 1532-3099
Pages: 17-24

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