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'But isn't it the baby that decides when it will be born?': Temporality and women's embodied experiences of giving birth (2016)
Journal Article
White, J. (2016). 'But isn't it the baby that decides when it will be born?': Temporality and women's embodied experiences of giving birth. Cambridge Journal of Anthropology, 34(1), 72-86. https://doi.org/10.3167/ca.2016.340108

Drawing on primary ethnographic research, this paper explores the intermeshing of different forms of time in contemporary childbirth, including the ways in which pregnant women are embedded within, informed by, and resist institutional categorization... Read More about 'But isn't it the baby that decides when it will be born?': Temporality and women's embodied experiences of giving birth.

Cross-sectional study comparing public and private hospitals in Catalonia: Is the practice of routine episiotomy changing? (2015)
Journal Article
Pueyo, M. J., Escuriet, R., Pueyo, M. J., Perez-Botella, M., Espada, X., Salgado, I., …Ortún, V. (2015). Cross-sectional study comparing public and private hospitals in Catalonia: Is the practice of routine episiotomy changing?. BMC Health Services Research, 15(1), https://doi.org/10.1186/s12913-015-0753-z

© 2015 Escuriet et al.; licensee BioMed Central. Background: In Spain, the Strategy for Assistance in Normal Childbirth (SANC) promoted a model of care, which respects the physiological birth process and discards unnecessary routine interventions, su... Read More about Cross-sectional study comparing public and private hospitals in Catalonia: Is the practice of routine episiotomy changing?.

Obstetric interventions in two groups of hospitals in Catalonia: A cross-sectional study (2014)
Journal Article
Escuriet, R., Pueyo, M., Biescas, H., Colls, C., Espiga, I., White, J., …Ortún, V. (2014). Obstetric interventions in two groups of hospitals in Catalonia: A cross-sectional study. BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth, 14(1), 143. https://doi.org/10.1186/1471-2393-14-143

Background: Childbirth assistance in highly technological settings and existing variability in the interventions performed are cause for concern. In recent years, numerous recommendations have been made concerning the importance of the physiological... Read More about Obstetric interventions in two groups of hospitals in Catalonia: A cross-sectional study.

Editorial introduction (2011)
Journal Article
Aggleton, P., Oosterhoff, P., White, J., & Aggerton, P. (2011). Editorial introduction. Culture, Health and Sexuality, 13(SUPPL. 2), S181-S184. https://doi.org/10.1080/13691058.2011.637339

This additional issue of Culture, Health & Sexuality brings together a selection of papers that examine contemporary sexual and reproductive norms and practices amongst minority ethnic communities in South-East Asia and Bhutan. The result of a collab... Read More about Editorial introduction.