Considerations for a Prenatal Detection Tool for Vulnerable Pregnant Women

Editor’s note: This article first appeared in Midwifery Today, Issue 132, Winter 2019.Join Midwifery Today Website Membership Vulnerability during pregnancy has harmful consequences for the child in the first years of life. There are various initiatives in Flanders, and abroad, to more efficiently identify and support vulnerable pregnancies. Nevertheless, there are still many possibilities in… Read more…. Considerations for a Prenatal Detection Tool for Vulnerable Pregnant Women
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About Author: Valérie Vanceulebroeck

Valérie Vanceulebroeck works as a lecturer in the nursing department at AP University College in Antwerp and is part of the “EMBRACE” research team. For several years, the team has been working on developing a detection tool for vulnerable pregnant women. They were invested in connecting different “islands of good practice” in the city of Antwerp, as only by working together in a network could the needs of vulnerable pregnant women be met. It was an inspiring journey that resulted in a Dutch communication tool and a flowchart to manage the care path of vulnerable pregnant women. See more at ap.be/project/neonatale-zorg.

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