OBJECTIVE: To describe the worries experienced by pregnant Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) women about labour and birth and compare their experience to that of White women. DESIGN: Data were collected in England in a survey of experience of maternity care. A random sample of 4800 women selected from birth registration records and questionnaires were mailed at three months postpartum. A total of 2960 (63%) completed a checklist of common worries about labour and birth. For 2765 there were com...Expand abstract
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Ethnic differences in women's worries about labour and birth.
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