Moving beyond disrespect and abuse: addressing the structural dimensions of obstetric violence, Reproductive Health Matters

Artigo | Sadler, M.; Santos, M. J.; Ruiz-Berdún, D.; Rojas, G. L.; Skoko, E.; Gillen, P.; Clausen, J. A. (2016); Moving beyond disrespect and abuse: addressing the structural dimensions of obstetric violence, Reproductive Health Matters, Vol.24, Issue 47

Se estava tudo bem, porque é que eu havia de ir a uma obstetra?’: identidade, risco e consumo de tecnologia médica no parto domiciliar em Portugal

Artigo| Santos, M., Augusto, A. (2016), ‘Se estava tudo bem, porque é que eu havia de ir a uma obstetra?’: identidade, risco e consumo de tecnologia médica no parto domiciliar em Portugal, Sociologia, Problemas e Práticas, 82.

Capturing the complexity of practice as an insider: in-labour ethnography, in Church, Sarah et al. (eds.), New Thinking on Improving Maternity Care: International Perspectives

Autor: Mário JDS Santos Capítulo de livro| Clausen, J., Santos, M. (2017), Capturing the complexity of practice as an insider: in-labour ethnography, in Church, Sarah et al. (eds.), New Thinking on Improving Maternity Care: International Perspectives, London: Pinter & Martin Ltd. Resumo: N/D Consultar: https://www.amazon.com/Thinking-Improving-Maternity-Care- International/dp/1780662408

Where the thread of home births never broke – an interview with Susanne Houd, Women and Birth

Artigo| Santos, M. (2017), Where the thread of home births never broke – an interview with Susanne Houd, Women and Birth, Vol.30, Issue 2

Babies born better: o uso do software MaxQDA na análise preliminar das respostas portuguesas à secção qualitativa do inquérito

Artigo | Neves, D. M.; Santos, M. (2018), Babies born better: o uso do software MaxQDA na análise preliminar das respostas portuguesas à secção qualitativa do inquérito, Revista de Pesquisa Qualitativa, Vol.6, n.º10.

Can the unequal access to home birth be framed as a source of inequalities? A comparison between Portugal and Denmark

Artigo| Santos, M. (2018), Can the unequal access to home birth be framed as a source of inequalities? A comparison between Portugal and Denmark, Portuguese Journal of Social Science

Essentialism as a form of resistance: an ethnography of gender dynamics in contemporary home births

Autor: Mário JDS Santos, Amélia Augusto Artigo| Santos, M. (2019), Augusto, A.; Clausen, J. A., Shabot, S. C. (2019) Essentialism as a form of resistance: an ethnography of gender dynamics in contemporary home births, Journal of Gender Studies, vol.28, Issue 8 Resumo: Feminist scholars have criticised the essentialist construction of femininity associated with ‘natural’ childbirth […]

Os cuidados de saúde materna na perspetiva das utilizadoras: Conclusões do Babies Born Better Portugal. In D. M. Neves, M. Santos, & S. Pintassilgo (Eds.), Nascimento e outros debates: Género, parentalidade e criação

Capítulo de livro (e-book)| Santos, M. (2019). Os cuidados de saúde materna na perspetiva das utilizadoras: Conclusões do Babies Born Better Portugal. In D. M. Neves, M. Santos, & S. Pintassilgo (Eds.), Nascimento e outros debates: Género, parentalidade e criação (pp. 65–71). Lisboa: CIES-IUL.

COVID- 19 Containment Measures, Perinatal Experiences, and the Fight for Childbirth Rights in Portugal.

Artigo | Barata, Catarina, Dulce Morgado Neves and Mário JDS Santos (2020) “COVID- 19 Containment Measures, Perinatal Experiences, and the Fight for Childbirth Rights in Portugal.” Medical Anthropology Quarterly Rapid Response Blog Series