AffiliationUniversity of Chester ; University of Chester
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AbstractFor some vulnerable women, a major life event such as becoming pregnant can bring out a predisposition to mental illness. Receiving mental health care can invoke stigma and shame in varied and complex ways causing a sense of entrapment.
CitationThe Practising Midwife, 2013, 16(6), p. 5
PublisherMedical Education Solutions Ltd
JournalThe Practising Midwife
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