Commentary on Jesse, D.E., Schoneboom, C., & Blanchard, A. The effect of faith or spirituality in pregnancy: A content analysis.

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Mona M. Shattell, Associate Professor (Creator)
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Abstract: Jesse, Schoneboom, and Blanchard’s (2007) study of the effect of faith or spirituality in pregnancy was part of a larger study consisting of 130 pregnant women. Of the 130 women who were asked during individual interviews, “How does your faith or spirituality affect your pregnancy, if at all?” only 47% (61 women) reported that it had. Content analysis was used to analyze data gathered from these 61 women who reported that faith or spirituality affected their pregnancy. Jesse et al.’s (2007) article reports these findings.

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Journal of Holistic Nursing, 25(3), 159
Language: English
Date: 2007
Faith, Spirituality, Pregnancy

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