Fathers for the first time: Validation of a questionnaire to asses father experiences of first childbirth in Latin America.

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Summary of "Fathers for the first time: Validation of a questionnaire to asses father experiences of first childbirth in Latin America."

The active incorporation of men in the process of childbirth is an increasingly common practice internationally. However, there are no validated instruments for Latin America.


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Name: Midwifery
ISSN: 1532-3099
Pages: 32-38


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