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Review of perinatal grief

Margaret McSpedden

Introduction This is an examination of the variables of Perinatal Grief (PG) in parents bereaved by the death of their baby during pregnancy, birth or up to one month after birth. The Perinatal Grief Scale (PGS) was developed and modified in the late 1980s to measure the grief experience of these parents. Since then it has been translated and used throughout the world to measure perinatal grief. However, much has changed in the field of grief theory since then, so it is timely to investigate whether it is still a useful instrument for understanding the grief experience of these parents.

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Margaret McSpedden

University of Sydney, Sydney, NSW, Australia.

Co-authors: Dr Barbara Mullan, Professor Louise Sharpe, Associate professor Liz Lobb,
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