Trends and consequences of the technocratic paradigm of childbirth in Portugal: a population-based analysis of birth conditions and social characteristics of parents, Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare

Artigo| Pintassilgo, S.; Carvalho, H. (2017), Trends and consequences of the technocratic paradigm of childbirth in Portugal: a population-based analysis of birth conditions and social characteristics of parents, Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare, vol.13, 58-67

Ethnic differences in results of fertility and mother’s health care: Portuguese population and Cape Verdeans living in Portugal

Artigo| Saint-Maurice, A.; Pintassilgo, S. (2018), Ethnic differences in results of fertility and mother’s health care: Portuguese population and Cape Verdeans living in Portugal, Journal of Population Research, 35, 131–150

Nascer.pt — Laboratório de Estudos Sociais sobre Nascimento

Autora: Sónia Pintassilgo Capítulo de livro (e-book) | Pintassilgo, Sónia (2019), Nascer.pt — Laboratório de Estudos Sociais sobre Nascimento. In D. M. Neves, M. Santos, & S. Pintassilgo (Eds.), Nascimento e outros debates: Género, parentalidade e criação (pp. 73–77). Lisboa: CIES- IUL. Resumo: Este capítulo dá a conhecer, em traços gerais, o nascer.pt – Laboratório […]

Reducing Sexual and Reproductive Health Inequities Between Natives and Migrants: A Delphi Consensus for Sustainable Cross-Cultural Healthcare Pathways.

Artigo|Candeias P, Alarcão V, Stefanovska-Petkovska M, Santos O, Virgolino A, Pintassilgo S, Pascoal PM, Costa AS and Machado FL (2021) Reducing Sexual and Reproductive Health Inequities Between Natives and Migrants: A Delphi Consensus for Sustainable Cross-Cultural Healthcare Pathways. Front. Public Health 9:656454

Fertility, migration and acculturation (FEMINA): a research protocol for studying intersectional sexual and reproductive health inequalities

Artigo | Alarcão, V.; Stefanovska- Petkovska, M.; Virgolino, A.; Santos, O.; Ribeiro, S.; Costa, A.; Nogueira, P.; Pascoal, M. P.; et al. (2019), Fertility, migration and acculturation (FEMINA): a research protocol for studying intersectional sexual and reproductive health inequalities, In Reproductive health, 19 (140).

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