Women's Preferences for Aspects of Labor Management: Results From a Discrete Choice Experiment
Scotland, Graham S
Birth (Berkeley, Calif.) 2011 Mar; 38(1): 36-46
The latent phase of labor can vary greatly in duration, and many women are uncertain about when to contact the maternity unit. The aim of this study was to elicit and value women's preferences for some aspects of labor management.
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