|Title: ||Self-administered Homeopathy part 2: A follow up study|
|Affiliation: ||Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust|
|Citation: ||British Journal of Midwifery, 2007, 15(5), pp. 273-280|
|Publisher: ||Mark Allen Publishing|
|Journal: ||British Journal of Midwifery|
|Issue Date: ||Jun-2007 |
|Additional Links: ||http://www.britishjournalofmidwifery.com/|
|Abstract: ||This paper discusses a follow up study that used a semi-structured interview technique to further explore the experiences of women and their partners following the use of a specifically chosen homeopathic kit that included ten remedies that were self-administered.The interview data demonstrated that women and several birth partners experienced positive emotional, psychological and physical benefits from using the kit of homeopathic remedies. Implications: Self administered homeopathic remedies have the potential to promote a women-led approach to childbirth and an active supportive role for the birth partner. The findings will form the foundations to undertake further research in this field.|
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women and partners experiences
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