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Erfarenheter av föräldraskap hos kvinnor och män med Cystisk Fibros

Ewander, I and Hallström, Inger LU (2002) In Vård i Norden 22(3). p.27-27
Abstract
Today most patients with CF

reach adulthood and consequently

marry and have children.

Health care systems are lacking

in knowledge of how these adults

cope with the strain of having

children.

Eight patients were interviewed

about their experiences of having

children. The study was a qualitative

descriptive study and the

patients were interviewed with

open questions regarding their

experiences of parenthood.

The analysis showed that most of

them found it natural to become a

parent. Despite their chronic disease

they had, on the whole, a

healthy self-concept. Many of

them... (More)
Today most patients with CF

reach adulthood and consequently

marry and have children.

Health care systems are lacking

in knowledge of how these adults

cope with the strain of having

children.

Eight patients were interviewed

about their experiences of having

children. The study was a qualitative

descriptive study and the

patients were interviewed with

open questions regarding their

experiences of parenthood.

The analysis showed that most of

them found it natural to become a

parent. Despite their chronic disease

they had, on the whole, a

healthy self-concept. Many of

them experienced a strengthening

of their relationship with their

partner notwithstanding the

strain many of them experience

when becoming pregnant and

then adapting to life with a new

baby and its needs. Partners took

greater responsibility upon

themselves in caring for the children. (Less)
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Experiences of parenthood among women and men with cystic fibrosis
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Vård i Norden
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22
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3
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27 - 27
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Sykepleiernes samarbeid i Norden
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0107-4083
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Swedish
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  abstract     = {Today most patients with CF<br/><br>
reach adulthood and consequently<br/><br>
marry and have children.<br/><br>
Health care systems are lacking<br/><br>
in knowledge of how these adults<br/><br>
cope with the strain of having<br/><br>
children.<br/><br>
Eight patients were interviewed<br/><br>
about their experiences of having<br/><br>
children. The study was a qualitative<br/><br>
descriptive study and the<br/><br>
patients were interviewed with<br/><br>
open questions regarding their<br/><br>
experiences of parenthood.<br/><br>
The analysis showed that most of<br/><br>
them found it natural to become a<br/><br>
parent. Despite their chronic disease<br/><br>
they had, on the whole, a<br/><br>
healthy self-concept. Many of<br/><br>
them experienced a strengthening<br/><br>
of their relationship with their<br/><br>
partner notwithstanding the<br/><br>
strain many of them experience<br/><br>
when becoming pregnant and<br/><br>
then adapting to life with a new<br/><br>
baby and its needs. Partners took<br/><br>
greater responsibility upon<br/><br>
themselves in caring for the children.},
  author       = {Ewander, I and Hallström, Inger},
  issn         = {0107-4083},
  language     = {swe},
  number       = {3},
  pages        = {27--27},
  publisher    = {Sykepleiernes samarbeid i Norden},
  series       = {Vård i Norden},
  title        = {Erfarenheter av föräldraskap hos kvinnor och män med Cystisk Fibros},
  volume       = {22},
  year         = {2002},
}