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Emergency C-section, maternal satisfaction and emotion regulation strategies: effects on PTSD and postpartum depression symptoms

Abstract : Background: The World Health Organization recommends a caesarean section rate of 10 to 15% in each country (France: 21%). C-section may generate dissatisfaction with childbirth (Chalmers et al., 2010): 76% of women consider it as a traumatic event (Ryding, Wijma, & Wijma, 1997). Moreover, as the baby's health is considered a priority in this situation, mothers have fewer opportunities to express their needs and emotions (Lipson, 1982).
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Julie Deninotti, Anne Denis, Émilie Berdoulat. Emergency C-section, maternal satisfaction and emotion regulation strategies: effects on PTSD and postpartum depression symptoms. EABCT, Sep 2018, Sofia, Bulgaria. ⟨hal-03204157⟩

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