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Title: Feeding in a Portuguese pregnant women. Case study applying CIPE
Authors: Martins, Antonia
Ortet, Teresa
Sim-Sim, Margarida
Editors: Mendes, Felsimina
Keywords: Body image
case study
prenatal care
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: Revista Ibero-Americana de Saúde e Envelhecimento
Citation: Martins, M. A., Ortet, M. T. & Sim-Sim, M. M. (2017). Feeding in a Portuguese pregnant women. Case study applying CIPE. Revista Ibero-Americana de Saúde e Envelhecimento 3(1), 810-821. DOI:
Abstract: Aim: To describe the understanding of a pregnant about how to feed.Methods: Narrative analyzed through ideographic explanation.Results: Diagnoses were defined in CIPE®, version 2: a) potentiate for better knowledge about pregnancy, b) potentiate to improve knowledge about body image. Feeding in pregnancy is governed by organic needs and cultural practices. A balance between technical recommendation and food culture is needed. Conclusion: To improve pregnancy experience, maternity staff should consider mother’s perception about feeding. In Portugal, primary health care needs a more relevant position.It is suggested to introduce the focus body image
Type: article
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