Print Email Facebook Twitter Centering in times of the Covid-19 pandemic Title Centering in times of the Covid-19 pandemic Author Rijnders, M. Jans, S Groesen, K. Publication year 2021 Abstract Reduced antenatal care services and an acute halt to Centeringbased antenatal group care were one of the results of the COVID-19 lockdown in the Netherlands. The pandemic and the subsequent reduction in antenatal services gave rise to anxiety and stress in pregnant women, increasing the need for group antenatal care more than ever. Throughout the country both women and midwives initiated online alternatives for existing group care meetings. The Centering Foundation Netherlands and TNO, the Dutch institute for applied research, took the lead and developed a standardised Centering-based antenatal group care method online and live with physical distancing. Subject Antenatal servicesCovid-19PandemicNetherlandsWomenPregnancyHealthy for LifeHealthy LivingLifeCH - Child HealthELSS - Earth, Life and Social Sciences To reference this document use: http://resolver.tudelft.nl/uuid:4d2e7dfd-b3d7-418d-bcb0-3d79f2dc1ccb TNO identifier 946884 Source Practising Midwife, 24 (24), 9-12 Document type article Files To receive the publication files, please send an e-mail request to TNO Library.