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Childbirth Education Assignment
Pages 8 (2008 words)
Childbirth Education Assignment Purpose: To provide students an opportunity to observe and critique a series of childbirth education classes, to increase the students’ understanding of the issues and concerns of women in the last trimester of pregnancy and to evaluate the extent to which “best evidence” is both presented in childbirth classes and available to women from other sources. Learning Activities: 1.
You can locate a childbirth class by calling your local hospital or birthing center, and by going to www.lamaze.org 2. Talk to at least one woman in the class (in person or by phone) about their perceptions of the class, and their feelings as the birth of their baby approaches. Talk to them after the birth of their baby, if possible, and have them share the story of their baby’s birth. One of the most pinnacle points for a wife or for any female is giving child birth. Child birth is one of the most wonderful experiences that a female can ever experience in her life. Females tend to have different perceptions of child birth because of the prevalent ambiguities that are present due to social and physical factors. Majority of the women understand that childbirth is excruciating and painful. However, many women often feel that it symbolizes their womanhood and their strength. For most women, the attitudes towards childbirth seem to be a scary matter. One woman in the class discussed her fears as she stated, “Childbirth always scared me. To make matters worse, the whole idea of getting an epidural really scared me. I mean, the fact that a huge needle will be injected in my spine was really daunting. ...
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