Women's contribution to co-constructed hand-held maternity records

mapping content to theory in patient-centred care (SWHMR 1)

Tracy Humphrey, Janet Stephen Tucker, Ashalatha Shetty, Claire Catherine De Labrusse

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Abstract

The Scottish Women's Hand Held Maternity Record (SWHMR) was launched in 2007 and aims not just to support communication, but also woman-centred maternity care. One new and unevaluated feature is that women are invited to write in their case-notes. The research aim is to investigate how co-constructed records support patient-centredness in maternity services. A case-note series will be reviewed and data transcribed. Content analysis will be used to identify themes and map women's and contribution to the records and evidence of professional responsiveness to domains of patient-centred care.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationAberdeen, United Kingdom
PublisherNHS Grampian
Publication statusPublished - 2008

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Humphrey, T., Tucker, J. S., Shetty, A., & De Labrusse, C. C. (2008). Women's contribution to co-constructed hand-held maternity records: mapping content to theory in patient-centred care (SWHMR 1). Aberdeen, United Kingdom: NHS Grampian.

Women's contribution to co-constructed hand-held maternity records : mapping content to theory in patient-centred care (SWHMR 1). / Humphrey, Tracy; Tucker, Janet Stephen; Shetty, Ashalatha; De Labrusse, Claire Catherine.

Aberdeen, United Kingdom : NHS Grampian, 2008.

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Humphrey, Tracy ; Tucker, Janet Stephen ; Shetty, Ashalatha ; De Labrusse, Claire Catherine. / Women's contribution to co-constructed hand-held maternity records : mapping content to theory in patient-centred care (SWHMR 1). Aberdeen, United Kingdom : NHS Grampian, 2008.
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