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Implications for practice and research
Some expectant fathers continue to feel excluded and unsupported by antenatal health professionals during their partner's pregnancy.
The antenatal period provides an opportunity to engage men in the pregnancy experience as well as in health services.
Analysing text from internet blogs, written by members of population groups undertaking important life transitions, provides interesting data which may complement data collected using other more traditional methods.
Interest in men's transition to fatherhood has increased over the past decade. Previously the focus was largely on women's experiences of entering motherhood. While several quantitative and qualitative studies have investigated …
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