Expecting Trouble Paperback Book
What Expectant Parents Should Know about Prenatal Care i
Expecting Trouble: What Expectant Parents Should Know about Prenatal Care in AmericaAuthor: Strong, Thomas H., Jr.Publisher: New York University PressCategory: Health Systems & Services, Neonatal Medicine, Popular Medicine & Health, Pregnancy, Birth & Baby CareBook Format: Paperback
What makes this book important is its comprehensiveness, its general readability, and the fact that it has been written by a practicing obstetrician rather than a health services researcher or an academic obstetrician
--The New England Journal of Medicine Offers a careful regimen for change and ready-to-use advice for pregnant women and their doctors.
--Publishers Weekly An incisive book, it should be on every obstetrician's reading list.--Mothering In this controversial volume, Dr. Strong dispels widespread misconceptions about the effectiveness of prenatal care in its current form and explains how mothers themselves may influence the course and outcome of their pregnancies to a greater degree than do their obstetricians. He provides specific questions that parents should be asking their health care providers to ensure that they and their babies receive the best care possible.
Table Of Contents1. Heresy: Sowing the Seeds of Change 2. The Basis of Prenatal Care 3. Money 4. The Stakeholders 5. The Chicken or the Egg? 6. A Thin Line
About Thomas H. Strong Jr.Thomas H. Strong, Jr., M.D., an award-winning speaker and researcher, is a board-certified Obstetrician-Gynecologist and Maternal Fetal Medicine Specialist in Pheonix, Arizona. He is on the clinical faculty at the University of Arizona and the University of California at San Francisco (Fresno) Departments of Obstetrics and Gynecology.
|Brand||New York University Press|
|Artist / Author||Strong, Thomas H., Jr.|