Published on in Vol 2, No 1 (2019): Jan-Jun

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/12355, first published .
What Women With Disabilities Write in Personal Blogs About Pregnancy and Early Motherhood: Qualitative Analysis of Blogs

What Women With Disabilities Write in Personal Blogs About Pregnancy and Early Motherhood: Qualitative Analysis of Blogs

What Women With Disabilities Write in Personal Blogs About Pregnancy and Early Motherhood: Qualitative Analysis of Blogs

Journals

  1. Tizard H, Pezaro S. Social Media and the Mediation of Childbirth: So, What for Mothers, Maternity, and Midwifery Practice?. International Journal of Childbirth 2019;9(2):69 View
  2. McDonnell C, DeLucia E. Pregnancy and Parenthood Among Autistic Adults: Implications for Advancing Maternal Health and Parental Well-Being. Autism in Adulthood 2021;3(1):100 View
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  6. Orlando J, Li B, Bodt B, Lobo M. Users’ Perceptions About Lower Extremity Orthotic Devices: A Systematic Review. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 2023;104(4):645 View
  7. Smeltzer S, Tina Maldonado L, McKeever A, Amorim F, Arcamone A, Nthenge S. Qualitative Descriptive Study of Childbirth Educators’ Perspectives on Prenatal Education for Women With Physical Disability. Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic & Neonatal Nursing 2022;51(3):302 View
  8. Grant A, Jones S, Williams K, Leigh J, Brown A. Autistic women’s views and experiences of infant feeding: A systematic review of qualitative evidence. Autism 2022;26(6):1341 View
  9. Beck C. Postpartum Preeclampsia. Advanced Emergency Nursing Journal 2023;45(2):154 View
  10. Donovan J, Chiatti B, McKeever A, Bloch J, Gonzales M, Birati Y. “Yes, I can bond.” Reflections of autistic women’s mothering experiences in the early postpartum period. Women's Health 2023;19:174550572311753 View
  11. Grant A, Griffiths C, Williams K, Brown A. “It felt like I had an old fashioned telephone ringing in my breasts”: An online survey of UK Autistic birthing parents' experiences of infant feeding. Maternal & Child Nutrition 2024;20(1) View
  12. Carvalho C, Leal L, Amorim R, Pontes C. Vivências de mulheres com deficiência física na assistência ao trabalho de parto e parto. Revista Brasileira de Enfermagem 2024;77(suppl 3) View
  13. Carvalho C, Leal L, Amorim R, Pontes C. Experiences of women with physical disabilities in labor and delivery assistance. Revista Brasileira de Enfermagem 2024;77(suppl 3) View