Going the distance: the influence of practice location on the Ontario Maternal Serum Screening Program

Permaul-Woods, Joanne A.; Carroll, June C.; Reid, Anthony J.; Woodward, Christel A.; Ryan, Greg; Domb, Sharon; Arbitman, Stella; Fallis, Barbara; Kilthei, Jane
August 1999
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;8/24/99, Vol. 161 Issue 4, p381
Academic Journal
Presents a study to determine the influence of practice location on Ontario health care providers' use of and opinions regarding the Ontario Maternal Serum Screening (MSS) Program, according to follow-up services and recommendations about the program. Methods; Results; Health care providers in northern and rural areas being less likely to offer MSS; Concern about the social and cultural sensitivity of MSS.


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