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1. Multisite implementation of trained volunteer doula support for disadvantaged childbearing women: a mixed-methods evaluation

Multisite implementation of trained volunteer doula support for disadvantaged childbearing women: a mixed-methods evaluation Multi-site implementation of a promising innovation in low income communities: support for childbearing women Journals Library An error occurred retrieving content to display, please try again. >> >> >> Page Not Found Page not found (404) Sorry - the page you requested could not be found. Please choose a page from the navigation or try a website search above to find

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2015 NIHR HTA programme

2. "Being the best person that they can be and the best mum": a qualitative study of community volunteer doula support for disadvantaged mothers before and after birth in England. (PubMed)

"Being the best person that they can be and the best mum": a qualitative study of community volunteer doula support for disadvantaged mothers before and after birth in England. Disadvantaged pregnant women and new mothers are at increased risk of psychosocial stress, anxiety and depression. As well as affecting birth outcomes and child development, poor maternal emotional wellbeing can inhibit the development of parenting self-efficacy and successful adjustment to the maternal role. Social (...) support is a protective factor against antenatal and postnatal depression, anxiety and stress, and improves mothers' confidence in infant care. Community doula programmes have been developed to meet the social support and information needs of disadvantaged women. In these programmes trained volunteer doulas support mothers during pregnancy, at birth and for a short period postnatally.This was a descriptive qualitative study, informed by phenomenological social psychology, exploring mothers' and doulas

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2019 BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth

3. Hospital-based maternity care practitioners' perceptions of doulas. (PubMed)

Hospital-based maternity care practitioners' perceptions of doulas. A birth doula provides continuous informational, physical, and emotional support during pregnancy, labor, and immediately postpartum. Existing data on the benefits of doulas, especially for low-resource, high-need patients, do not address how and why individual practitioners decide to recommend this model of care. This project aims to describe best practices of integrating doulas into hospital-based maternity care teams (...) to facilitate access to this evidence-based service for improving maternal health outcomes.Semi-structured interviews using open-ended questions were conducted in person with 47 maternity care practitioners-OB/GYNs, family medicine physicians, RNs, and nurse-midwives-across three hospitals. Interview analysis was conducted using the Template Organizing Style qualitative analysis approach.Results demonstrated varied support for doula care given practitioners' experiences. Positive experiences centered

2019 Birth

4. Multisite implementation of trained volunteer doula support for disadvantaged childbearing women: a mixed-methods evaluation

Multisite implementation of trained volunteer doula support for disadvantaged childbearing women: a mixed-methods evaluation Multisite implementation of trained volunteer doula support for disadvantaged childbearing women: a mixed-methods evaluation Multisite implementation of trained volunteer doula support for disadvantaged childbearing women: a mixed-methods evaluation Spiby H, Green JM, Darwin Z, Willmot H, Knox D, McLeish J, Smith M Record Status This is a bibliographic record (...) of a published health technology assessment from a member of INAHTA. No evaluation of the quality of this assessment has been made for the HTA database. Citation Spiby H, Green JM, Darwin Z, Willmot H, Knox D, McLeish J, Smith M. Multisite implementation of trained volunteer doula support for disadvantaged childbearing women: a mixed-methods evaluation. Health Services and Delivery Research 2015; 3(8) Authors' objectives The project addressed four broad questions: implications for the NHS; health

2015 Health Technology Assessment (HTA) Database.

5. Community Based Doulas for Migrant Women in Labour and Birth in Sweden

Community Based Doulas for Migrant Women in Labour and Birth in Sweden Community Based Doulas for Migrant Women in Labour and Birth in Sweden - a Randomised Controlled Trial - Full Text View - ClinicalTrials.gov Hide glossary Glossary Study record managers: refer to the if submitting registration or results information. Search for terms x × Study Record Detail Saved Studies Save this study Warning You have reached the maximum number of saved studies (100). Please remove one or more studies (...) before adding more. Community Based Doulas for Migrant Women in Labour and Birth in Sweden - a Randomised Controlled Trial The safety and scientific validity of this study is the responsibility of the study sponsor and investigators. Listing a study does not mean it has been evaluated by the U.S. Federal Government. of clinical studies and talk to your health care provider before participating. Read our for details. ClinicalTrials.gov Identifier: NCT03461640 Recruitment Status : Recruiting First

2018 Clinical Trials

6. ICU Doulas Providing Psychological Support

ICU Doulas Providing Psychological Support ICU Doulas Providing Psychological Support - Full Text View - ClinicalTrials.gov Hide glossary Glossary Study record managers: refer to the if submitting registration or results information. Search for terms x × Study Record Detail Saved Studies Save this study Warning You have reached the maximum number of saved studies (100). Please remove one or more studies before adding more. ICU Doulas Providing Psychological Support The safety and scientific (...) psychological support intervention is a challenge for busy ICU clinicians. It is not feasible to hire behavioral medicine trained psychologists to become permanent ICU staff nationwide. Doulas, trained lay health care providers who provide emotional support to women in labor, have been identified as reliable yet affordable alternative. Given common elements of their services and our intervention, doulas are in an ideal position to administer early psychological support. The objective of this project

2018 Clinical Trials

7. Randomized Controlled Trial of Doula-Home-Visiting Services: Impact on Maternal and Infant Health (PubMed)

Randomized Controlled Trial of Doula-Home-Visiting Services: Impact on Maternal and Infant Health Introduction Although home-visiting programs typically engage families during pregnancy, few studies have examined maternal and child health outcomes during the antenatal and newborn period and fewer have demonstrated intervention impacts. Illinois has developed an innovative model in which programs utilizing evidence-based home-visiting models incorporate community doulas who focus on childbirth (...) education, breastfeeding, pregnancy health, and newborn care. This randomized controlled trial (RCT) examines the impact of doula-home-visiting on birth outcomes, postpartum maternal and infant health, and newborn care practices. Methods 312 young (M = 18.4 years), pregnant women across four communities were randomly assigned to receive doula-home-visiting services or case management. Women were African American (45%), Latina (38%), white (8%), and multiracial/other (9%). They were interviewed during

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2018 Maternal and child health journal

8. Correction to: Randomized Controlled Trial of Doula-Home-Visiting Services: Impact on Maternal and Infant Health (PubMed)

Correction to: Randomized Controlled Trial of Doula-Home-Visiting Services: Impact on Maternal and Infant Health The article "Randomized Controlled Trial of Doula-Home-Visiting Services: Impact on Maternal and Infant Health", written by Sydney L. Hans, Renee C. Edwards and Yudong Zhang, was originally published electronically on the publisher's internet portal (currently SpringerLink) on 31 May 2018 without open access. With the author(s)' decision to opt for Open Choice the copyright

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2018 Maternal and child health journal

9. Doula Services Within a Healthy Start Program: Increasing Access for an Underserved Population (PubMed)

Doula Services Within a Healthy Start Program: Increasing Access for an Underserved Population Women of color in the United States, particularly in high-poverty neighborhoods, experience high rates of poor birth outcomes, including cesarean section, preterm birth, low birthweight, and infant mortality. Doula care has been linked to improvements in many perinatal outcomes, but women of color and low-income women often face barriers in accessing doula support.To address this issue, the New York (...) City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene's Healthy Start Brooklyn introduced the By My Side Birth Support Program in 2010. The goal was to complement other maternal home-visiting programs by providing doula support during labor and birth, along with prenatal and postpartum visits. Between 2010 and 2015, 489 infants were born to women enrolled in the program.Data indicate that By My Side is a promising model of support for Healthy Start projects nationwide. Compared to the project area, program

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2017 Maternal and child health journal

10. Death Cafés: Death Doulas and Family Communication (PubMed)

Death Cafés: Death Doulas and Family Communication The Death Café is part of the Death Positive movement, and as such, is uniquely positioned to bring the dialogue about death and dying to the public. Participants in a Death Café typically have two different perspectives. Some participants have not experienced death in their family and friends' circle and wish to converse with others about their beliefs on death and dying. Others are those who have experienced death somewhere in their circle (...) of friends and families. One of goals of the Death Café facilitators is to help attendees reconcile their family narratives regarding death using the broader lens of the Death Café. Using the insights provided by interviews from 15 Death Café facilitators, this manuscript discusses the role of the Death Café facilitators as the death doulas of family communication.

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2017 Behavioral Sciences

11. 'The greatest feeling you get, knowing you have made a big difference': survey findings on the motivation and experiences of trained volunteer doulas in England. (PubMed)

'The greatest feeling you get, knowing you have made a big difference': survey findings on the motivation and experiences of trained volunteer doulas in England. Support from a doula is known to have physical and emotional benefits for mothers, but there is little evidence about the experiences of volunteer doulas. This research aimed to understand the motivation and experiences of volunteer doulas who have been trained to support women during pregnancy, birth and the postnatal period.A postal (...) questionnaire survey was sent to volunteer doulas at five volunteer doula projects working in low-income areas in England. Quantitative and qualitative data were analysed in parallel using summary statistics and content analysis respectively.Eighty-nine volunteer doulas (response rate 34.5 %) from diverse backgrounds responded to the survey. Major motivators for volunteering included a desire to help others and, to a lesser extent, factors related to future employment. Most reported that the training

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2016 BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth

12. Doulas for surgical management of miscarriage and abortion: a randomized controlled trial. (PubMed)

Doulas for surgical management of miscarriage and abortion: a randomized controlled trial. Women undergoing office-based surgical management of a failed or undesired pregnancy often report fear of pain and anxiety pertaining to the procedure. Doulas are trained to specifically address women's physical and emotional needs in obstetric care, and recently have extended their practice to support women through all pregnancy outcomes.We sought to evaluate the impact of doulas on patients' physical (...) and emotional responses to surgical management of a first-trimester failed or undesired pregnancy under local anesthesia.In this nonblinded, randomized trial, women received doula support or routine care during office uterine aspiration for failed or unwanted pregnancies in the first trimester. The primary outcome was pain measured on a 100-mm visual analog scale. Secondary outcomes included satisfaction, emotional state, sense of personal empowerment, and ability to cope immediately and 1 month after

2016 American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology

13. Doula

Doula Doula Toggle navigation Brain Head & Neck Chest Endocrine Abdomen Musculoskeletal Skin Infectious Disease Hematology & Oncology Cohorts Diagnostics Emergency Findings Procedures Prevention & Management Pharmacy Resuscitation Trauma Emergency Procedures Ultrasound Cardiovascular Emergencies Lung Emergencies Infectious Disease Pediatrics Neurologic Emergencies Skin Exposure Miscellaneous Abuse Cancer Administration 4 Doula Doula Aka: Doula , Continuous Labor Support , Doulas From Related (...) Chapters II. Definition Continuous non-medical labor support III. Efficacy Groups with greatest benefit Women who would otherwise labor alone Low-income patients Continuous Doula support improves outcomes Reduces labor duration Reduces use of s, and forceps Reduces chance of Intermittent support does not offer same benefits Continuous nursing does not offer same benefit as Doula IV. Resources Doulas of North America (DONA) Childbirth and Postpartum Professional Association Images: Related links

2018 FP Notebook

14. Modeling the Cost-Effectiveness of Doula Care Associated with Reductions in Preterm Birth and Cesarean Delivery. (PubMed)

Modeling the Cost-Effectiveness of Doula Care Associated with Reductions in Preterm Birth and Cesarean Delivery. One in nine US infants is born before 37 weeks' gestation, incurring medical costs 10 times higher than full-term infants. One in three infants is born by cesarean; cesarean births cost twice as much as vaginal births. We compared rates of preterm and cesarean birth among Medicaid recipients with prenatal access to doula care (nonmedical maternal support) with similar women (...) regionally. We used data on this association to mathematically model the potential cost-effectiveness of Medicaid coverage of doula services.Data came from two sources: all Medicaid-funded, singleton births at hospitals in the West North Central and East North Central US (n = 65,147) in the 2012 Nationwide Inpatient Sample, and all Medicaid-funded singleton births (n = 1,935) supported by a community-based doula organization in the Upper Midwest from 2010 to 2014. We analyzed routinely collected, de

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2016 Birth

15. Motivations for entering the doula profession: Perspectives from women of color (PubMed)

Motivations for entering the doula profession: Perspectives from women of color The imperative to diversify the health care workforce is evident: increased diversity contributes to the overall health of the nation. Given persistent racial and ethnic disparities in birth outcomes, workforce diversity is particularly urgent in the context of clinical and supportive care during pregnancy and childbirth. The goal of this analysis was to characterize the intentions and motivations of racially (...) and ethnically diverse women who chose to become doulas (maternal support professionals) and to describe their early doula careers, including the experiences that sustain their work.In 2014, 12 women of color in the Minneapolis, Minnesota, metropolitan area (eg, African American, Somali, Hmong, Latina, American Indian) applied and were selected (from a pool of 58) to receive doula training and certification. In January and February 2015, we conducted semistructured interviews (30 to 90 minutes

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2016 Journal of midwifery & women's health

16. Understanding Factors That Influence Adolescent Mothers’ Doula Use: A Qualitative Study (PubMed)

Understanding Factors That Influence Adolescent Mothers’ Doula Use: A Qualitative Study In this study, we examined factors that influenced doula use among adolescent mothers in a community-based childbirth education and doula program. We used a qualitative case study approach to gather perspectives from adolescent mothers and doulas through semistructured interviews, field observations, and a focus group. These women collectively revealed multiple themes related to doula use among adolescent (...) mothers, including relationship development and barriers to doula use at the individual and structural levels. Effective training and support for doulas that serve adolescent clients can improve these mothers' birth experiences, and program planners in the United States and other countries can use process evaluations to improve doula programs for adolescent mothers.

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2016 The Journal of perinatal education

17. Coverage for doula services: how state Medicaid programs can address concerns about maternity care costs and quality (PubMed)

Coverage for doula services: how state Medicaid programs can address concerns about maternity care costs and quality 27160375 2018 09 11 2018 12 02 1523-536X 43 2 2016 06 Birth (Berkeley, Calif.) Birth Coverage for Doula Services: How State Medicaid Programs Can Address Concerns about Maternity Care Costs and Quality. 97-9 10.1111/birt.12213 Kozhimannil Katy B KB Division of Health Policy and Management, University of Minnesota School of Public Health, Minneapolis, MN, USA. Hardeman Rachel R RR (...) Division of Health Care Policy & Research, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN, USA. eng UL1 TR000114 TR NCATS NIH HHS United States Journal Article United States Birth 8302042 0730-7659 IM Doulas economics Female Health Services Accessibility Humans Maternal Health Services economics Medicaid economics Obstetrics United States 2016 5 11 6 0 2016 5 11 6 0 2018 9 12 6 0 ppublish 27160375 10.1111/birt.12213 PMC5530734 NIHMS882301 Health Aff (Millwood). 2008 May-Jun;27(3):759-69 18474969 Am J Obstet Gynecol. 2014

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2016 Birth (Berkeley, Calif.)

18. Father participation in a community-doula home-visiting intervention with young, African American mothers. (PubMed)

Father participation in a community-doula home-visiting intervention with young, African American mothers. This article examines the extent and nature of father participation in a perinatal, community-based doula home-visiting intervention that served young, African American mothers from low-income backgrounds and their infants. Home-visitor service records were used to assess the quantity, setting, and content of father-attended visits. Correlates of fathers' participation and thematic (...) insights from mothers' and home-visitors' perspectives on how fathers perceived and interacted with the home-visiting program were analyzed to further characterize the nature of father participation. Although the community-doula home-visiting model does not include special outreach to increase father participation, almost half of the mothers had a doula visit at which their baby's father was present, many of which took place in medical settings. Mothers and doulas reported that fathers were generally

2015 Infant mental health journal

19. Women's experiences with doula support during first-trimester surgical abortion: A qualitative study. (PubMed)

Women's experiences with doula support during first-trimester surgical abortion: A qualitative study. To explore how doula support influences women's experiences with first-trimester surgical abortion.We conducted semistructured interviews with women given the option to receive doula support during first-trimester surgical abortion in a clinic that uses local anesthesia and does not routinely allow support people to be present during procedures. Dimensions explored included (a) reasons women (...) did or did not choose doula support; (b) key aspects of the doula interaction; and (c) future directions for doula support in abortion care. Interviews were transcribed, and computer-assisted content analysis was performed; salient themes are presented.Thirty women were interviewed: 19 received and 11 did not receive doula support. Reasons to accept doula support included (a) wanting companionship during the procedure and (b) being concerned about the procedure. Reasons to decline doula support

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2015 Contraception

20. Comparison of the effects of doula supportive care and acupressure at the BL32 point on the mother's anxiety level and delivery outcome. (PubMed)

Comparison of the effects of doula supportive care and acupressure at the BL32 point on the mother's anxiety level and delivery outcome. Natural delivery is distressing and the mother's severe pain and anxiety in this condition can have negative impacts on the fetus, mother, and the delivery process. Yet, pain and anxiety can be reduced by supporting the mother by a doula. Thus, the present study aims to compare the effects of doula supportive care and acupressure at the BL32 point (...) anxiety score after the intervention in the supportive care (P 0.001) and the control group (P = 0.006). However, this relationship was not significant in the acupressure group (P = 0.425). Also, a significant difference was observed among the three groups regarding the mothers' anxiety level (P = 0.009).The study results showed that doula supportive care and acupressure at the BL32 point reduced the mother's anxiety as well as the labor length. Therefore, non-pharmacological methods

2015 Iranian journal of nursing and midwifery research

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