Parental Experience Following Perinatal Death: Exploring the Issues to Make Progress
Einaudi, M A
Le Coz, P
European journal of obstetrics, gynecology, and reproductive biology 2010 Aug; 151(2): 143-8
This study was performed to understand the parental attitudes, needs and ethical issues associated with perinatal death, to assist in the development of interventions for bereaved families.
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