Involvement of first-time mothers with different levels of education in the decision making for their delivery by a planned Cesarean section – A cross-sectional study.

Kolip P, Büchter R (2009)
Journal of Public Health 17(4): 273-280.

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Kolip P, Büchter R. Involvement of first-time mothers with different levels of education in the decision making for their delivery by a planned Cesarean section – A cross-sectional study. Journal of Public Health. 2009;17(4):273-280.
Kolip, P., & Büchter, R. (2009). Involvement of first-time mothers with different levels of education in the decision making for their delivery by a planned Cesarean section – A cross-sectional study. Journal of Public Health, 17(4), 273-280.
Kolip, P., and Büchter, R. (2009). Involvement of first-time mothers with different levels of education in the decision making for their delivery by a planned Cesarean section – A cross-sectional study. Journal of Public Health 17, 273-280.
Kolip, P., & Büchter, R., 2009. Involvement of first-time mothers with different levels of education in the decision making for their delivery by a planned Cesarean section – A cross-sectional study. Journal of Public Health, 17(4), p 273-280.
P. Kolip and R. Büchter, “Involvement of first-time mothers with different levels of education in the decision making for their delivery by a planned Cesarean section – A cross-sectional study.”, Journal of Public Health, vol. 17, 2009, pp. 273-280.
Kolip, P., Büchter, R.: Involvement of first-time mothers with different levels of education in the decision making for their delivery by a planned Cesarean section – A cross-sectional study. Journal of Public Health. 17, 273-280 (2009).
Kolip, Petra, and Büchter, Roland. “Involvement of first-time mothers with different levels of education in the decision making for their delivery by a planned Cesarean section – A cross-sectional study.”. Journal of Public Health 17.4 (2009): 273-280.
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