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Discoursing birthing care

experiences from Bangladesh

by Kaosar Afsana

  • 172 Want to read
  • 31 Currently reading

Published by University Press in Dhaka .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Bangladesh,
  • Bangladesh.
    • Subjects:
    • Birth customs -- Bangladesh.,
    • Childbirth -- Bangladesh.,
    • Maternal health services -- Bangladesh.,
    • Bangladesh -- Social life and customs.

    • About the Edition

      Study on notions, practices and quality of birthing and health care in rural women of Bangladesh; comprises case studies.

      Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. [121]-124) and index.

      StatementKaosar Afsana, Sabina Faiz Rashid.
      ContributionsRashid, Sabina Faiz.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsGT2465.B3 A38 2000
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxii, 128 p. :
      Number of Pages128
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6874353M
      ISBN 109840515551
      LC Control Number00411483
      OCLC/WorldCa46617687

        The once natural event of female-centered birth has effectively been medicalized. Power and control have been removed from midwives and women and shifted to science and the surgical specialization within medicine, today known as obstetrics. Read more. The .   Understanding the main values and beliefs that might promote humanized birth practices in the specialized hospitals requires articulating the theoretical knowledge of the social and cultural characteristics of the childbirth field and the relations between these and the institution. This paper aims to provide a conceptual framework allowing examination of childbirth practices through the lens Cited by:

      immunizations, x-rays and lab tests, dental care, vision, speech, and hearing exams. If you need help paying for your baby’s care, call KIDS. • If you have other children, make arrangements for. child care. You may need two plans — one for daytime care and another for nights. • File Size: 3MB. Local understandings of vulnerability and protection during the neonatal period in Sylhet district, Bangladesh: a qualitative study Chapter 12 of the Book of Leviticus describes in detail rules to be observed during a day period of postpartum confinement. Discoursing birthing care: experiences from Bangladesh, University Press, Dhaka Cited by:

        Mindfulness in the OR: Birthing in Awareness During a Cesarean Birth. Ap “but I didn’t read this part in the book!” when a Cesarean becomes a part of your birth. Better to have a plan, to have thought things through a bit so that you can rest easier knowing that should a Cesarean become part of your birth, you have. From my book’s conception, through the labor of writing it, to its arrival was a grueling process. When I approached the end after nine years, I just wanted the darn thing out there. My agent had tried her best, but main stream publishers want guaranteed return of profit from their investment in an author.


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Get this from a library. Discoursing birthing care: experiences from Bangladesh. [Kaosar Afsana; Sabina Faiz Rashid] -- Study on notions, practices and quality of birthing and health care in rural women of Bangladesh; comprises case studies.

The core of the book explores the differing perspectives between rural women and health care providers regarding childbirth care and practices. The study attempts to understand women's perceptions of birthing care and their practices, the role of culture, socio-economic factors, and household dynamics as they influence women and their family's.

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In order to improve rural women's access to maternity care, in the Bangladesh Rural Advancement Committee (BRAC) instituted services for birthing women in 21 health facilities in each Thana.

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But do you know about the common procedures that. Background. Rapid urbanization makes women highly vulnerable because of poor hygiene, over-crowding, lack of basic amenities such as water and sanitation, low availability and use of formal health services including maternity care [1,2].In developing countries, the urban poor exhibit poorer pregnancy outcome compared to those in rural areas [3,4].The burden of maternal mortality is especially Cited by:   What is the nature of the interactions between health professionals and the female clients in reproductive health care clinics.

This is a preview of subscription content, log in to check access. References. Afsana, K., & Rashid, S. Discoursing birthing care: Experiences from Bangladesh. Dhaka: The University Press. Buy this book Author: Md. Faruk Shah. Exploring Birth Justice: A Conversation With Julia Chinyere Oparah and Alicia Bonapartepm Kanya D’Almeida Rewire delves into the emerging birth justice movement and some of the historic and contemporary examples of how Black women and women of color, as well as trans and gender nonconforming people, have fought to preserve.

Women-focused development intervention reduces delays in accessing emergency obstetric care in urban slums in Bangladesh: A cross-sectional Available via license: CC BY Content may. In Bangladesh, most poor women prefer indigenous birth or home birthing. No matter where and how the birthing is constructed, ultimately it affects the marginalized populations, that is, poor, rural women.

Women face poor care in a health system which is inadequate and over-medicalised and marginalises local knowledge and by: 3. Book Description. There is a global crisis in maternal health care for black women.

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Interviewees defined the neonatal period as the first 40 days of life (chollish din).Confinement of the mother and baby is most strongly observed before the noai ceremony on day 7 or 9, and involves restriction of movement outside the home, sleeping where the birth took place rather than in the mother's bedroom, and sleeping on a mat on the floor.

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In order to improve birthing care for poor, rural women in Bangladesh, it is crucial to strengthen women's roles in birth events, acknowledge indigenous knowledge of birth, organise community-based programmes, reorganise hospital obstetric services, degovernmentalise the State, democratise health policy and organise support at international.

The birth plan was envisioned to help expectant parents prepare for the physical and emotional aspects of the birth process, plan ahead for how they want various situations handled outside of the emotions of the moment, and provide a vehicle for communicating with each other, their care provider, and the hospital staff prior to the birth (Simkin, ; Simkin & Reinke, ).Cited by:   Recognizing the burden of maternal mortality in urban slums, in BRAC (formally known as Bangladesh Rural Advancement Committee) has established a woman-focused development intervention, Manoshi (the Bangla abbreviation of mother, neonate and child), in urban slums of Bangladesh.

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