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Bourget et al. (2017) – An Educational Intervention to Support the Development of a Sense of Mastery of the Anticipated Paternal Role in Expectant Fathers – A Clinical Project

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This article presents a clinical project of the development and evaluation of an educational intervention that aimed at promoting the development of a sense of mastery of the anticipated paternal role in soon-to-be fathers. The preventive role supplementation conceptual framework guided the development of 4 educational sessions that were delivered to 6 expectant fathers attending prenatal classes at a local community services center in Greater Montreal area. The participants highly appreciated the content and format of the educational intervention. They also expressed to have developed a sense of mastery of the anticipated paternal role. This interactive educational intervention, which focused on the specific needs of expectant fathers, seems appropriate to support men in their transition to fatherhood.


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Bourget, Mélanie, Marjolaine Héon, Marilyn Aita, and Monique Michaud2017. “An Educational Intervention to Support the Development of a Sense of Mastery of the Anticipated Paternal Role in Expectant Fathers: A Clinical Project.” The Journal of Perinatal Education 26(1):23–36. doi:10.1891/1058-1243.26.1.23.

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