The relationship is everything : women’s reasons for, and experience of maternity care with a privately practising midwife in Western Australia
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The aim of this descriptive qualitative study was to investigate women’s reasons for, and experiences of maternity care with a privately practising midwife. Data analysis from the fourteen women interviewed revealed three major categories characterising reasons for choosing private midwifery care: I knew what I wanted from my care provider; I knew what I wanted from my pregnancy and birth experience and I was willing to do the research to get what I wanted.
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