Use of intrapartum evidence-based practices in childbirth after participating in the Senses of Birth intervention among Brazilian women

Luisa M M Fernandes, Sônia Lansky, Hozana Reis Passos, Christine T. Bozlak & Benjamin A. Shaw
Brazil has a cesarean rate of 56% and low use of Intrapartum Evidence-based Practices (IEBP) of 3.4%, reflecting a medically centered and highly interventionist maternal health care model. The Senses of Birth (SoB) is a health education intervention created to promote normal birth, use of EBP, and reduce unnecessary c-sections. This study aimed to understand the use of intrapartum EBP by Brazilian women who participated in the SoB intervention. 555 women answered the questionnaire between...
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