Factors contributing to men’s grief following pregnancy loss and neonatal death: further development of an emerging model in an Australian sample

Title

Factors contributing to men’s grief following pregnancy loss and neonatal death: further development of an emerging model in an Australian sample

Creator

Obst KL; Oxlad M; Due C; Middleton P

Publisher

BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth

Date

2021

Subject

Stillbirth; Men; Miscarriage; Grief; Neonatal death; Termination of pregnancy; Foetal anomaly; Pregnancy loss

Description

Historically, men’s experiences of grief following pregnancy loss and neonatal death have been under-explored in comparison to women. However, investigating men’s perspectives is important, given potential gendered differences concerning grief styles, help-seeking and service access. Few studies have comprehensively examined the various individual, interpersonal, community and system/policy-level factors which may contribute to the intensity of grief in bereaved parents, particularly for men.

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Citation List Month

March 2021 List

Collection

Citation

Obst KL; Oxlad M; Due C; Middleton P, “Factors contributing to men’s grief following pregnancy loss and neonatal death: further development of an emerging model in an Australian sample,” Pediatric Palliative Care Library, accessed May 14, 2021, https://pedpalascnetlibrary.omeka.net/items/show/17465.

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