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The website of the University of Cádiz uses its own and third-party cookies to carry out analysis of use and measurement of traffic, as well as to allow the correct functioning in social networks, and in this way to improve your browsing experience.

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Links of interest

European Institute of Perinatal Mental Health. DIn 2001 Ibone Olza cofounded ApoyoCesareas, an online support community for Spanish-speaking mothers who were recovering from traumatic cesareans and/or seeking support for breastfeeding or vaginal birth after cesarean. Isabel Fernández del Castillo joined Apoyocesareas soon after its creation.Two years later, their collaboration gave rise to the consumer group El Parto Es Nuestro, whose goal is to promote respectful, evidence-based maternity care. As a result of this activism, in 2008 the Spanish Ministry of Health acknowledged the problems in maternity care forthe first time, and launched the initiative that led to thepublication of the landmark …

 Una ventana abierta a la familia is a platform developed by the Ministry of Health and Families of the Junta de Andalucía to support and advise parents in child rearing, promoting their confidence and effectiveness in care and stimulation for the healthy development and well-being of his sons and daughters The program offers them the possibility of enrolling in the ‘An open window to the family’ service of Salud Responde to receive messages via mobile phone and email about child care, health and development. They can also send their questions or questions that will be answered by specialists in the field.