Implementing the MAMAACT intervention in Danish antenatal care: a qualitative study of non-Western immigrant women's and midwives' attitudes and experiences

Helle Johnsen, Ulla Christensen, Mette Juhl, Sarah Fredsted Villadsen

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Abstract

Immigrant women have an increased risk of negative pregnancy and birth outcomes compared to women from European host populations. Similar trends are seen in Denmark, where especially some groups of non-Western immigrant women have an increased risk of stillbirth and infant mortality. This study reports on an implementation analysis of The MAMAACT Intervention, which was developed to increase midwives' and women's responses to pregnancy complications (trial registration number: NCT03751774). The intervention consisted of a training session and two dialogue meetings for midwives, and a leaflet and mobile application for women.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
Artikelnummer102935
TidsskriftMidwifery
Vol/bind95
ISSN0266-6138
DOI
StatusUdgivet - apr. 2021

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