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Title: Childbearing women's experiences of midwives' workplace distress: Patient and public involvement.
Author: Pezaro S, Pearce G, Bailey E.
Date Published: 2018
Reference: British Journal of Midwifery 26 (10): 659-669.
Are service users or carers authors: No/Not Known

Abstract: The authors report on a consultation of child-bearing women about their experiences of midwives being distressed at work. The researchers carried out the consultation to help shape their plans for a project that will develop and evaluate an intervention to reduce midwives' work-related psychological distress. The authors comment that in this context, it would also be valid to involve midwives in the development and delivery of the project, because midwives will be the main end users of the research. This may challenge some of the traditional thinking around involvement.

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Categories: health
nature and extent of public involvement in research
journal article

Date Entered: 2018/11/12

Date Edited: 2018/11/12

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