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Objectives Colorado’s relatively high altitudes have been reported to lower birth weight but the most recent studies were conducted 20 years ago. Since then, the accuracy for assigning altitude of residence has been improved with the use of geocoding, and recommendations for pregnancy weight...
The MCH Pipeline Program, created in 2006, creates an important opportunity to identify and encourage undergraduate students from underrepresented populations to consider career paths in maternal and child health. These programs provide didactic instruction, experiential learning, and mentorship...
Objective The medical home has been promoted as an optimal model of health care delivery for children. The purpose of this study was to examine the association between having access to a medical home and the health care experiences of children with and without special health care needs (SHCN) in...
Objective Despite heterogeneity among Pacific Islanders, most studies aggregate them regardless of origin. Thus, limited information is available about perinatal outcomes among various subgroups of Pacific Islanders in the United States, including immigrants from the Republic of the Marshall...
Objectives In order to improve maternal and neonatal outcomes, it is important to understand how to maximise the utilisation of MNCH services. The supply side (service-driven) factors affecting access to MNCH services are more commonly studied and are better understood than the demand side...
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