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Title: Announcing Motherhood
Authors: Sim-Sim, Margarida
Frias, Ana
Barros, Maria
Ribeiro, Teresa
Keywords: pregnancy
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: 3 rd World Congress of Health Research
Citation: Sim-Sim, M., Frias, A., Barros, L. & Ribeiro, T. (2016). Announcing motherhood. Atención Primaria. 48(Espec Cong 1) 1-24
Abstract: Introduction: Pregnancy is associated with experiences that integrated socio-cultural contexts of space and time, bring changes in family and/or maternal-fetal relationship. Parenthood is a generational task, and one of the most complex in humans. Aimo: To describe the construction of motherhood. Method: Cross-sectional qualitative study. We used the interview technique. Convenience sample of 10 pregnant women at the end of 3rd trimester. Results: The analysis of the narrative reveals four categories: a) conceiving pregnancy idea, b) imagining maternity, c) claiming herself through pregnancy and d) announcing attachment Conclusion: pregnant women essentially express positive and tipical feelings of pregnancy, seeming an healthy evolution. The transition to parenthood is underway, as well as a developing performance to the best role.
Type: lecture
Appears in Collections:CICTS - Comunicações - Em Congressos Científicos Internacionais

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