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  • Exploring peer coaches' outcomes: Findings from a clinical trial of patients with chronic pain. [Journal Article]
    Patient Educ Couns 2020Matthias MS, Daggy J, … Bair MJ
  • CONCLUSIONS: Despite prior studies suggesting that peer coaches benefit from serving as a coach, the current study failed to support that conclusion.Peer coaching remains a promising model, with high potential for implementation, for a number of chronic conditions requiring self-management. However, to maximize the benefits of such interventions, it is essential to monitor both those being coached and the coaches themselves, and not to assume that serving as a coach is inherently beneficial.
  • The impact of human trafficking in relation to maternity care: A literature review. [Review]
    Midwifery 2020; 83:102645Collins C, Skarparis K
  • CONCLUSIONS: Women who have been trafficked are at risk of physical and emotional health issues that may affect maternal and fetal outcomes. Multiple barriers to care exist for women who have been trafficked, and social factors including housing, poverty and dispersal policies may impact upon both health and access to care. Healthcare staff do not feel adequately prepared to respond to the needs of this vulnerable group and no midwifery-specific guidance exists.Midwives need awareness of the complex range of health and social factors that may affect women who have been trafficked. Midwives and maternity care professionals require more specialised training to better identify, refer and support women who have been trafficked.
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