Mothers’ reproductive and medical history misinformation practices as strategies against healthcare providers’ domination and humiliation in maternal care decision-making interactions: an ethnographic study in Southern Ghana
Yevoo, Linda L.
Agyepong, Irene A.
van Dijk, Han
- Publisher: BioMed Central
BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth,
(issn: 1471-2393, eissn: 1471-2393)
Empowerment | RG1-991 | Pregnant women | Research Article | Care decision-making | Gynecology and obstetrics | Respectful maternal care | Power | Ethnography | Ghana
Background Pregnant women can misinform or withhold their reproductive and medical information from providers when they interact with them during care decision-making interactions, although, the information clients reveal or withhold while seeking care plays a critical ...