A metasynthesis of risk perception in women with high risk pregnancies

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Lee, S.; Ayers, S.; Holden, D.;

Introduction: Risk perception in women with high risk pregnancies affects their decisions about perinatal care and is of interest to anyone involved in the care of pregnant women. This paper provides a metasynthesis of qualitative studies of risk perception in women wit... View more
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