The impact of stigma on the care of postpartum women with severe mental illness

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Rodger, D (2019). The impact of stigma on the care of postpartum women with severe mental illness. Evidence-Based Nursing.
AuthorsRodger, D
Abstract

• Healthcare professionals should provide person-centred care to postpartum women with severe mental illness—promoting their autonomy and the best outcomes for the woman and child.
• Stigma and negative attitudes towards individuals with severe mental illness can have a detrimental effect on patient care.
• Future research should evaluate interventions that decrease stigma in healthcare professionals caring for women with severe mental illness.

Year2019
JournalEvidence-Based Nursing
PublisherBMJ Publishing Group
ISSN1468-9618
Publication process dates
Deposited22 Jan 2019
Accepted21 Jan 2019
Accepted author manuscript
License
CC BY-NC 4.0
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