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Prejudiced Rationales For Stereotyping: on the experiences of Black and African-Descended Women in Reproductive Care in Portugal and Mozambique

Capítulo de Livro | Faria, Inês; Brito, Laura; Costa, Karla. (2023) “Prejudiced Rationales For Stereotyping: on the experiences of Black and African-Descended Women in Reproductive Care in Portugal and Mozambique”, in Botrugno, C. et. al. (org.), Bioethics and Racism: Practices, Conflicts, Negotiations and Struggles. Published by De Gruyter.

Avaliação, Classificação e Decisões sobre Embriões In Vitro: As (Re)Apropriações das Normas pelos Embriologistas

Artigo | Delaunay, C.; Gouveia, L. (2021). Avaliação, Classificação e Decisões sobre Embriões In Vitro: As (Re)Apropriações das Normas pelos Embriologistas. Antropolítica, 52, p. 94-118.

Home Birth in Portugal—A Comprehensive Analysis Based on Official Statistical Data

Pintassilgo, Sónia, Mário J. D. S. Santos, Inês Trindade, and Dulce Morgado Neves. 2023. Home Birth in Portugal—A Comprehensive Analysis Based on Official Statistical Data. Social Sciences 12: 314.

Quality of facility-based maternal and newborn care around the time of childbirth during the COVID-19 pandemic: online survey investigating maternal perspectives in 12 countries of the WHO European Region

Lazzerini, M. et. al. (2022), “Quality of facility-based maternal and newborn care around the time of childbirth during the COVID-19 pandemic: online survey investigating maternal perspectives in 12 countries of the WHO European Region”, in The Lancet Regional Health Europe, vol. 13, 100268. 

Health Equity and Universal Provision in Norway: A Case Study

Artigo | Mehrara, L., & Young, S. (2020). Health Equity and Universal Provision in Norway: A Case Study. Nordic Journal of Social Research, 11(1), 39-65. Doi: https://doi.org/10.7577/njsr.2638

Immigrant women’s experiences with Norwegian maternal health services: implications for policy and practice

Artigo | Mehrara, L., Olaug Gjernes, T. K., & Young, S. (2022). Immigrant women’s experiences with Norwegian maternal health services: implications for policy and practice. International Journal of Qualitative Studies on Health and Well-being, 17(1), 2066256. https://doi.org/10.1080/17482631.2022.2066256