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  1. 1. The Lived Experiences ofAustralian Men Supporting Their Partners Through Labour and Birth
  2. 2. Father’s Involvement • Bonding (5,9)• Strengthened relationship(5,8) • Pride & Happiness (5)
  3. 3. MOTIVATIONSWilling & enthusiastic OrPressured & Stressed (5,6)
  4. 4. Men’s Roles (7) • Coach • Team mate • Witness
  5. 5. RelationshipsStrengthens the couples relationship
  6. 6. Negatives • Distress • Fear• Lack confidence • Trauma
  7. 7. Research Design Anonymous Questionnaire
  8. 8. Find the Right Tool • Validated• Search literature • Search Google
  9. 9. Setting & Sample • Descriptive• First baby in last two years • Across Australia • 18 years old • Male! • Read English• Willingness to participate
  10. 10. Data Collection
  11. 11. InstrumentKuopio Instrument for Fathers
  12. 12. Data Analysis • SPSS • Coded responses• Thematic analysis
  13. 13. In Practice
  14. 14. References 1. Madsen SA, Lind D, Munck H. Fathers involvement with infants. Copenhagen: Hans Reitzels Forlag; 2002. 2. Somers-Smith MJ. A place for the partner? Expectations and experiences of support during childbirth. Midwifery. 1999 Jun;15(2):101-8. 3. Organisation WH. Fatherhood and Health outcomes in Europe. 2007 [cited 2011 16/7]; Available from: 4. Eriksson C, Salander P, Hamberg K. Mens experiences of intense fear related to childbirth investigated in a Swedish qualitative study. jmhg. 2007;4(4). 5. Sapountzi-Krepia D, Lavdaniti M, Dimitriadou A, Psychogiou M, Sgantzos M, He HG, et al. Fathers Feelings and Experience Related to their Wife/Partners Delivery in Northern Greece. The open nursing journal. 2010;4:48-54. 6. Palkovitz R. Changes in father-infant bonding beliefs across couples first transition to parenthood. Maternal-child nursing journal. [Research Support, Non-U.S. Govt]. 1992 Fall-Winter;20(3-4):141-54. 7. Chapman L. Searching: expectant fathers experiences during labor and birth. J Perinat Neonatal Nurs. 1991 Mar;4(4):21-9.
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  16. 16. Thank You Pamela HarndenRGN RM PGDipCBE PGDipMid Twitter: SmilingPamela