October 2021

Please find a link to a paper written by Mário Santos which discusses the analytical strategy used in Portugal for the national Babies Born Better dataset, and how it avoids a complete conversion of qualitative into quantitative data of the survey: Social Sciences | Free Full-Text | A Manifest against the Homogenisation of Childbirth Experiences: Preserving Subjectiveness in a Large Dataset of the «Babies Born Better» Survey (mdpi.com)

A componente qualitativa do inquérito Babies Born Better: Análise preliminar às respostas portuguesas com recurso ao MaxQDA

Article published on Publico.pt:

Mulheres queixam-se da desumanização dos cuidados durante o parto

Country Coordinator

foto_mMario Santos mariojdssantos@gmail.com

Mário J.D.S. Santos is a research assistant at the Instituto Universitário de Lisboa (ISCTE-IUL), in Lisbon, Portugal. He has nursing degree (2007), a MSc in health, medicine and society (2012) and a post-graduation in data analysis for the social sciences (2016). He is currently a PhD candidate in sociology, in the same university, and his research is focused on the networking and professionalisation processes of home birth professional actors in Portugal.

Country Members

Dulce Neves dumorgado@gmail.com

Sónia Cardoso sonia.cardoso@iscte.pt

Helena Carvalho helena.carvalho@iscte.pt