Maternity care providers’ involvement in research

Maternity care providers’ involvement in research

S. Shiplo (1), S.Meaney (1,2), K. O’Donoghue (1,3) (1) Pregnancy Loss Research Group, Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, University College Cork, Ireland; (2) National Perinatal Epidemiology Centre, University College Cork, Ireland; (3) The Irish Centre for Fetal and Neonatal Translational Research (INFANT), University College Cork, Ireland. Background Despite a widely acknowledged importance of research for improving patient care and outcomes, research in pregnant women is lacking. Many challenges innate to

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Burnout after perinatal LOSS in Midwifery: results of the BLOSSoM study

Burnout after perinatal LOSS in Midwifery: results of the BLOSSoM study

Claudia Ravaldi (1,2), Eleonora Cossu (2), Alessandra Bettiol (3), Niccolò Lombardi (3), Giada Crescioli (3), Elisa Carelli (4), Fabio Facchinetti (5), Alfredo Vannacci (1,3) (1) Department of Health Sciences, University of Florence, Florence, Italy; (2) CiaoLapo, Charity for Healthy Pregnancy, Stillbirth and Perinatal Loss Support, Prato, Italy; 3 – Department of Neurosciences, Psychology, Drug Research and Child Health, University of Florence, Florence, Italy; (3) University of Insubria, Varese, Italy; (5)

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Dealing with secondary trauma and loss: personal and professonal difficulties for caregivers

Dealing with secondary trauma and loss: personal and professonal difficulties for caregivers

Eva Zsak PhD student, Institute of Behavioural Sciences, Semmelweis University, Budapest, Hungary Context: Grief and emotional trauma caused by pre- and perinatal loss often develops into a phenomenon of complicated or even pathological mourning or professional burnout, a heavy burden for the parents, for their environment and for the health care personnel especially, due to the demanding chronic emotional burden it causes. Objective: (1) Analyse presently applied practices in preselected healthcare

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Project to care for professionals: “Code Caring For”

Project to care for professionals: “Code Caring For”

Aragón-López, Isabel Mª (1); Contreras-Del Pino, Tamara (2); Valero-Perez, Eva (1); Ovejero-Larsson, Sara V (3); Moyano-Britz, Nike (4); Calafell, Belén (5); Marqués-Triay, Magdalena (6); Moreno-Pons, Gabriel (7); Torrent-Juanola, Eva (8). Hospital General Mateu Orfila. Área de Salud de Menorca, Spain (1) Midwife, (2) Doctor, (3) Gynecologist, (4) Psycho-oncologist, (5) Psychologist, expert in perinatal grief, (6) Psychologist (7) Pediatrician (9) Social worker Introduction code caring is a project that takes place within

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