Barnmorskors arbete med att uppmärksamma och främja relationen mellan mor och barn. : En studie om känslomässiga reaktioner efter förlossningen ur ett psykoanalytiskt perspektiv.
Sammanfattning: Introduction: Close emotional bands develop between mother and child and begin already during pregnancy, several factors affect how this band develops. Fetal life and the first few hours after childbirth are important for the infant's emotional development. Purpose: The purpose of this study is to investigate how midwives in post-natal care pay attention to emotional reactions in the mother, which these reactions are and how the midwives consider themselves to promote the relationship between mother and child. Issues: How do midwives describe that they pay attention to emotional reactions in the mother after childbirth, and what reactions are described? And how do midwives describe that they are working to promote the relationship between mother and child during the aftercare? Method: Five midwives working in the aftercare were interviewed based on a qualitative approach. The data collection method that has been used for this study is a semi-structured interview. The study material has been processed using an inductive thematic analysis. Result: What appears in the study is that midwives find it central to identify the woman's way of thinking about the child's needs and her ability to interpret the child's signals. The participants pay particular attention to those women where the emotional stress has been great after giving birth and can be assumed to need support. Discussion: Most studies and literature support what emerged from this study on the midwives' knowledge and experience about emotional reactions and its influence on the relationship between mother children. The mother's care for the child's needs and the midwife's work in promoting the relationship between these two can be interpreted as the concept of mentalization.
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