Postnatal depression in Southern Brazil: prevalence and its demographic and socioeconomic determinants
- Building community by supporting mothers: new approaches to perinatal care. Evans, Katherine // Community Practitioner;Sep2012, Vol. 85 Issue 9, p36
The article describes the experiences of health visitor of working directly with some families tackling perinatal depression. According to her, there are few reliable markers for gauging susceptibility to perinatal depression and for some mothers at risk of depression, the level of support they...
- PERINATAL DEPRESSION ODDS STACK UP. // Australian Nursing Journal;Aug2012, Vol. 20 Issue 2, p39
The article reports on the results of the "Perinatal Depression: Data From the 2010 Australian National Infant Feeding Survey", which found that one in ten Australian mothers with children aged 24 months or younger have been diagnosed with postpartum depression.
- INFLUENÅ¢A FACTORILOR SOCIO-ECONOMICI ASUPRA COMPORTAMENTULUI REPRODUCTIV ÃŽN ROMÃ‚NIA. CĂPLESCU, Raluca // Studii si Cercetari de Calcul Economic si Cibernetica Economica;2011, Vol. 45 Issue 3/4, p1
Fertility behaviour is influenced by a wide range of biological, economic, social and demographic factors. The present paper aims at analysing how and to what extent do socio-environmental factors influence reproductive behaviour in Romania. In order to reach the proposed goal, data from the...
- Cultural Background and Socioeconomic Influence of Immigrant and Refugee Women Coping with Postpartum Depression. O'Mahony, Joyce; Donnelly, Tam; Raffin Bouchal, Shelley; Este, David // Journal of Immigrant & Minority Health;Apr2013, Vol. 15 Issue 2, p300
Postpartum depression is a serious condition that can have long lasting traumatic effects on women and their families. Until recently postpartum depression research has focused more on the population as a whole rather than refugee and immigrant women. Informed by Kleinman's explanatory model and...
- Community Mental Health Care for Women with Severe Mental Illness Who Are Parents. Brunette, Mary F.; Dean, Wendy // Community Mental Health Journal;Apr2002, Vol. 38 Issue 2, p153
Describes the community mental health care for women with severe mental illness in the U.S. Importance of mental health interventions on family functioning; Increase risk of women for postpartum exacerbation; Benefits of medication use during pregnancy and breastfeeding.
- Mother-Baby psychiatric units (MBUs): National data collection in France and in Belgium (1999â€“2000). Glangeaud-Freudenthal, Nine M.-C. // Archives of Women's Mental Health;2004, Vol. 7 Issue 1, p59
Summary The French version of the MarcÃ© checklist was used to collect data for 176 joint admissions to 11 psychiatric mother-baby units in 1999 and 2000. Mean age of the babies at admission ranged from 4 to 16 weeks. Two units also admitted older children. Mothers admitted were diagnosed with...
- The History of Mother-Baby Units (MBUs) in France and Belgium and of the French version of the MarcÃ© checklist. Cazas, Odile; Glangeaud-Freudenthal, N. M.-C. // Archives of Women's Mental Health;2004, Vol. 7 Issue 1, p53
Summary Until fairly recently, mentally ill mothers were separated from their new-borns because of the potential danger to the baby. Over the past 50 years, however, we have learned more about the perinatal period, with the development of child psychiatry and interest in maternal postpartum...
- Correlates of Self-Reports of Being Very Depressed in the Months After Delivery: Results from the Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System. Gross, Kevin H.; Wells, Chris S.; Radigan-Garcia, Anne; Dietz, Patricia M. // Maternal & Child Health Journal;Dec2002, Vol. 6 Issue 4, p247
Objective : This study identified correlates of self-reports of being very depressed in the months after delivery in a population-based sample of women. Methods : We analyzed data on 14,609 recent mothers from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC) Pregnancy Risk Assessment...
- Help promised for postnatal problems. // Mental Health Practice;Jun2012, Vol. 15 Issue 9, p5
The article discusses the additional support for women with postnatal depression, had a miscarriage, stillbirth or death of a baby, as pledged by Great Britain's Health Secretary Andrew Lansley in the form of 4,200 additional health visitors.