Event Title

Exploring the impact of perinatal loss on the parent-child relationship with living children: A qualitative research study

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Scott Edwards, Ph.D.

Project Type

Research Proposal

Primary Department

Marriage and Family Therapy

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Grief and trauma have been universal responses in parents who have lost a baby. The differences in how parents address their grief and trauma histories can impact the parent-child relationship with living children. This study intends to identify themes and the clinical implications of how bereaved and/or traumatized mothers and fathers interact with their living children and how the death affects their family's daily life. Qualitative interviews will be conducted to explore how the loss of a baby through miscarriage, induced abortion, stillbirth, SIDS, relinquishment for adoption, and/or neonatal death impacts the parent-child relationship with living children.

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Exploring the impact of perinatal loss on the parent-child relationship with living children: A qualitative research study

Grief and trauma have been universal responses in parents who have lost a baby. The differences in how parents address their grief and trauma histories can impact the parent-child relationship with living children. This study intends to identify themes and the clinical implications of how bereaved and/or traumatized mothers and fathers interact with their living children and how the death affects their family's daily life. Qualitative interviews will be conducted to explore how the loss of a baby through miscarriage, induced abortion, stillbirth, SIDS, relinquishment for adoption, and/or neonatal death impacts the parent-child relationship with living children.

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