Women’s Needs in Maternity Services in a Pandemic
journal contributionposted on 2021-02-25, 12:01 authored by Helen Elliott-Mainwaring
Much has been written on the experience of medical paternalism during pregnancy, where women are held hostage to their fetus and aspire to be seen to be doing the right thing, being a good patient, and adhering to medical advice. This paper briefly explores paperback literature on women’s needs in the light of the Covid 19 pandemic.
Author affiliationSchool of Allied Health Professionals
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