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Objective: Information technology skills are essential for effective and efficient practice in maternal and child health (MCH). Methods: Prior to the beginning of a web-based analytic skills training course, enrolled MCH professionals confidence in using e-mail and other Internet skills and...
Objectives: To determine whether passage of welfare and immigration policies was followed in California by changes in births to foreign-born women in California with respect to total numbers, payer sources, prenatal care use, or health outcomes. Methods: Comparison of births to foreign-born and...
Objectives: We explored perceptions of the safety and side effects of oral and injectable hormonal contraceptives among low-income women at high risk of unintended pregnancy. Methods: Overall safety perceptions, specific health concerns, and the relationship between these safety perceptions and...
Objectives: To present Baltimore City Health Department's (BCHD) experience in developing and operating an ombudsprogram for Maryland's Medicaid Managed Care HealthChoice Program as an innovative public health response to its MCH Title V assurance functions. Methods: This paper presents a case...
Objective: To evaluate the association between maternal depressive symptoms and child behavior problems in a nationally representative sample of U.S. mothers of normal birthweight babies. Methods: We analyzed data from the 1988 National Maternal and Infant Health Survey (NMIHS) and a 1991...
Objective: To assess length of stay, home visits, and mothers' feelings after full implementation of a law requiring a 48-hour minimum stay for women with normal vaginal deliveries. Methods: The New Jersey Electronic Birth Certificate System (EBC) was used to capture demographic characteristics,...
Objectives: To describe the characteristics and risk factors of women with only third-trimester (late) or no prenatal care. Methods: A statewide postpartum survey was conducted that included 6364 low-income women delivering in California hospitals in 1994 and 1995. Results: The following factors...
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