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Towards a universal concept of vulnerability: Broadening the evidence from the elderly to perinatal health using a Delphi approach

independent chairman during the panel 1 expert meeting. Author Contributions Conceptualization: Gouke J. Bonsel. Formal analysis: Nynke de Groot, Gouke J. Bonsel. Methodology: Gouke J. Bonsel. Supervision ... : Nicole B. Valentine. Writing ? original draft: Nynke de Groot, Gouke J. Bonsel. Writing ? review & editing: Nynke de Groot, Erwin Birnie, Nicole B. Valentine. 16 / 17 1. Grabovschi C , Loignon C

The prevalence of adverse postnatal outcomes for mother and infant in the Netherlands

the implementation of ERKEN. Author Contributions Conceptualization: Jacqueline J. A. Dorscheidt. Formal analysis: Nynke de Groot, Erwin Birnie, Gouke J. Bonsel. Investigation: Jolanda H. Vermolen ... . Methodology: Erwin Birnie, Gouke J. Bonsel. Project administration: Jolanda H. Vermolen. Supervision: Erwin Birnie, Gouke J. Bonsel. Writing ? original draft: Nynke de Groot. Writing ? review & editing

Geographical, Ethnic and Socio-Economic Differences in Utilization of Obstetric Care in the Netherlands

J. Borsboom Jashvant Poeran Eric A. P. Steegers 0 Gouke J. Bonsel 0 0 Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Division of Obstetrics and Prenatal Medicine, Erasmus University Medical Centre

Measuring Client Experiences in Maternity Care under Change: Development of a Questionnaire Based on the WHO Responsiveness Model

Background Maternity care is an integrated care process, which consists of different services, involves different professionals and covers different time windows. To measure performance of maternity care based on clients' experiences, we developed and validated a questionnaire. Methods and Findings We used the 8-domain WHO Responsiveness model, and previous materials to develop a...