Convertirse en padre: la experiencia de transición a la paternidad en el prenatal

Become a father: the experience of transition to fatherhood in prenatal care

Tornar-se pai: a experiência da transição para a paternidade no pré-natal

  • Catarina Sofia Maia da Silva Escuela Superior de Enfermería. Universidad de Minho (Braga, Portugal)
  • Cristina Araújo Martins Escuela Superior de Enfermería. Universidad de Minho (Braga, Portugal)
Palabras clave: Hombres, Paternidad, Atención prenatal, Enfermería
Key-words: Men, Paternity, Prenatal care, Nursing
Palavras chave: Homens, Paternidade, Cuidado pré-natal, Enfermagem

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Silva, Catarina Sofia Maia da; Martins, Cristina Araújo. Convertirse en padre: la experiencia de transición a la paternidad en el prenatal. Cultura de los cuidados. 2023; 27(65): 169-84. Disponible en: https://ciberindex.com/c/cc/65169cc [acceso: 24/06/2024]
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