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Therefore, correctional administrators and health care providers must rely on a small number of studies of this population and draw inferences from other studies of women in the general population who share the same socioeconomic background and behavioral risk factors which often add up to high-risk pregnancies with higher than average negative outcomes. The range of training levels across studies included student midwives, hospital employees, doulas or other laywomen with minimal to extensive preparatory training.7 Why Doulas Product Positive Outcomes The clinical trials cited in this article provide sound evidence that continuous supportive care during labor produces a number of positive obstetric outcomes.
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