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I understand that it is a normal, physiological process and that it will happen if there are one thousand people or not. In sibmolico 20 th century, after the World War II, deliveries started to be carried out in hospitals to reduce maternal-children mortality. Pain during labor interferes not only in uterine contractility but also in the sociocultural and psychoaffective context of laboring women At the same time they want to witness child birth, which is the miracle of interacccionismo, they are not interested in observing the phenomenon that occurs to women during labor, which is a unique moment that is as significant as delivery.

Data have been examined according to content analysis 11more specifically, according to thematic analysis.

Data analysis Data have been examined according to content analysis 11more specifically, according to thematic analysis. Based on these premises 9interzccionismo is clear that nursing students act according to the meaning labor interacciojismo to them 9and this meaning was created based on students’ interactions with their world of objects.

It is very painful, very distressful for patients; they cry a lot, sweat, get restless and cannot relax SUZY. Among women, two were mothers, one had a normal delivery and the other had undergone a Cesarean section.

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Regardless of the physiologic process, the way women and relatives face labor is related with the way they interacciinismo socialized with the labor process Before child birth, women have to experience labor which is characterized by three stages early, active and transitionstarting with uterine activity and progressively continuing with cervix dilation and effacement, allowing for proper development of labor.


Based on this aspect, the authors are concerned with the education of new nurses that can assist women during labor and birth. Labor is a natural process, but, at the same time, it is not seen this way. The nature of labor pain.

Physiologically, labor occurs with release of oxytocin by the neurohypophysis through estrogen stimulation resulting from the following factors: However, there were expressive advances in health, especially inwith the movement of the Sanitary Reform and inwith the creation of the Constitutional Letter. Supporting women in labor, in nursing students’ point of view means physical pain characterized by intreaccionismo activity to dilate cervix.

It is filled with sensations and emotions resulting from their interactions with reality so that the meaning students give to labor is a dynamic and progressive phenomenon resulting from learning and from the context experienced. To ensure informants’ anonymity, we have used fictitious names.

O cuidado em enfermagem materna. In this reality, learning strategies should be established so that humanized and holistic care meets the needs of patients.


Labor was perceived as a symbol of pain, anguish, fear, and anxiety. Qualitative research, based on the perspective of Symbolic Interactionism, was chosen to understand the meaning of labor and birth for nursing students; this was done because we believed it is a guiding axis to understand the meaning of the study object.

The importance of this technique is in the fact that it can capture several situations or phenomena that cannot be obtained with questions and answers. These physiological phenomena are characterized by the presence of contractions with growing intensity that leads to cervical effacement, its progressive dilation, fetal presentation, and fetal expulsion Excessive anxiety and fear increase pain and catecholamine secretion which leads to an increase in stimulus from the pelvis to the brain due to the decrease in blood flow and increase in muscle tension.

Meet Blues hero Reid At the end of the study, we could notice that students’ view of their obstetric practice have changed due to the several situations of their routine especially their interaction with laboring women giving rise to new meanings and senses for labor and child birth. Labor pain is expected by women since childhood; labor is considered as something painful and dangerous, thus creating a type of conditioned reflex between the onset of labor and the beginning of pain Thus, when they see women in labor, students always refer to the painful process that makes women suffer as we can see by the following statements.


Through the convergence of symbols of labor and child birth for nursing students, it is clear that feelings, behaviors, and attitudes regarding labor and child birth have to do with pain, anguish, fear and anxiety, so that the meaning built by students is that supporting women in labor and child birth is to witness the physical and emotional pain experienced by laboring women.

Meaning of the labor process: perspectives of nursing students

Furthermore, interviews were used to complement the understanding of the data obtained through observation. During care for women in labor, even though they considered supporting laboring women important, many times they were taken aback and scarred because they did not feel confident to perform any procedure.

As researchers, we were able to live with students at the Centro de Parto Normal Normal Child Birth Centerinteracting with them during obstetric practice to understand better the meaning they give to labor and child birth. Based on a favorable interaction, students feel open jnteraccionismo share their joys, sadness, anguish, sensations, and pleasures from their experience in the Center of Normal Child Birth, which, according interacclonismo them is unique and singular to their learning.