Postpartum Depression Bridging the Gap Between Medicalized Birth and Social Support

Goldbort, Joanne
December 2002
International Journal of Childbirth Education;Dec2002, Vol. 17 Issue 4, p11
Academic Journal
Focuses on the role of doulas in minimizing postpartum depression. Correlation between medicalized birth, lack of social support and postpartum depression; Treatment options for postpartum depression; Influencing effect of doulas on women during the perinatal period.


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