Does cultural context make a difference to women’s experiences of maternity care? A qualitative study comparing the perspectives of breast-feeding women of Bangladeshi origin and health practitioners
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McFadden A et al. – Implications for education, policy and practice include the need for training of health practitioners to work with diverse populations, implementing evidence–based practice and providing an organizational context which supports practitioners to respond to diversity without using cultural stereotypes.

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