Women's health during and after pregnancy : a theory-based study of adaptation to change

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    • Tulman, Lorraine
    • Fawcett, Jacqueline

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Women's health during and after pregnancy : a theory-based study of adaptation to change

Lorraine Tulman, Jacqueline Fawcett

Springer Pub. Co., c2003

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Includes bibliographical references and index

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内容説明

This book describes the results of the authors' NIH-funded study of more than 200 women during pregnancy and postpartum. Their Theory of Adaptation during Childbearing, presented in the book and derived from the Roy Adaptation Model, views this period as a time of profound change requiring considerable adaptation. Many aspects of pregnancy and postpartum are discussed, including physical and psychosocial health, functional status, and family relationships. Implications for nursing practice, and recommendations are included. This book was written for nursing and medical students, maternal-child health nurses, midwives, and social workers, obstetricians, pediatricians, and policy makers.

目次

  • Part 1 Introduction: a theory of adaptation during childbearing. Part 2 Adaptation during pregnancy: physical health and functional status during pregnancy
  • weight gain and functioning during pregnancy
  • anticipating delivery and motherhood. Part 3 Adaptation after delivery: physical health and functional status during the postpartum changes in women's weight after delivery
  • feelings about motherhood, family relationships and functional status. Part 4 What women need during the childbearing period: looking back at childbearing - women's recommendations
  • recommendations for practice and policy. Part 5 Conclusion: revisiting the theory of adaptation during childbearing.

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