Too posh to push? comparative perspectives on maternal request caesarean sections in Canada, the US, the UK and Finland

Ivy Lynn Bourgeault, Eugene Declercq, Jane Sandall, Sirpa Wrede, Meredith Vanstone, Edwin Van Teijlingen, Raymond DeVries, Cecilia Benoit

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    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationPatients, consumers and civil society
    EditorsSusan M Chambré, Melinda Goldner
    Number of pages25
    Place of PublicationBingley
    PublisherEmerald Group Publishing
    Publication date2008
    Pages99-123
    ISBN (Print)978-1-84855-214-2
    ISBN (Electronic)978-1-84855-215-9
    Publication statusPublished - 2008
    MoE publication typeA3 Book chapter

    Publication series

    NameAdvances in medical sociology
    Number10
    ISSN (Print)1057-6290

    Fields of Science

    • kvinnor
    • hälsa
    • Canada
    • USA
    • Storbritannien
    • Finland
    • moderskap
    • kejsarsnitt
    • naiset
    • terveys
    • Kanada
    • Yhdysvallat
    • Iso-Britannia
    • Suomi
    • keisarileikkaukset
    • äitiys

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    Bourgeault, I. L., Declercq, E., Sandall, J., Wrede, S., Vanstone, M., Van Teijlingen, E., ... Benoit, C. (2008). Too posh to push? comparative perspectives on maternal request caesarean sections in Canada, the US, the UK and Finland. In S. M. Chambré, & M. Goldner (Eds.), Patients, consumers and civil society (pp. 99-123). (Advances in medical sociology; No. 10). Bingley: Emerald Group Publishing.
    Bourgeault, Ivy Lynn ; Declercq, Eugene ; Sandall, Jane ; Wrede, Sirpa ; Vanstone, Meredith ; Van Teijlingen, Edwin ; DeVries, Raymond ; Benoit, Cecilia. / Too posh to push? comparative perspectives on maternal request caesarean sections in Canada, the US, the UK and Finland. Patients, consumers and civil society . editor / Susan M Chambré ; Melinda Goldner. Bingley : Emerald Group Publishing, 2008. pp. 99-123 (Advances in medical sociology; 10).
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    Too posh to push? comparative perspectives on maternal request caesarean sections in Canada, the US, the UK and Finland. / Bourgeault, Ivy Lynn; Declercq, Eugene; Sandall, Jane; Wrede, Sirpa; Vanstone, Meredith; Van Teijlingen, Edwin; DeVries, Raymond; Benoit, Cecilia.

    Patients, consumers and civil society . ed. / Susan M Chambré; Melinda Goldner. Bingley : Emerald Group Publishing, 2008. p. 99-123 (Advances in medical sociology; No. 10).

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    Bourgeault IL, Declercq E, Sandall J, Wrede S, Vanstone M, Van Teijlingen E et al. Too posh to push? comparative perspectives on maternal request caesarean sections in Canada, the US, the UK and Finland. In Chambré SM, Goldner M, editors, Patients, consumers and civil society . Bingley: Emerald Group Publishing. 2008. p. 99-123. (Advances in medical sociology; 10).