almost all the respondents perceived themselves as the main birthplace decision-makers. accessing a ‘specialist facility’ was the most important factor for the tertiary hospital group. the primary unit group identified several factors, including ‘closeness to home’, ‘ease of access’, the ‘atmosphere’ of the unit and avoidance of ‘unnecessary intervention’ as important. both groups believed their chosen birthplace was the right and ‘safe’ place for them. the concept of ‘safety’ was integral and based on the participants’ differing perception of safety in childbirth.
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