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Experiences of immigrant new mothers with symptoms of depression
Refugee, asylum seeking, non-refugee, and immigrant new mothers with depressive symptoms, were interviewed in a qualitative study to better understand their (a) experiences and attributions ofExpand
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Individual or group antenatal education for childbirth or parenthood, or both.
BACKGROUND Structured antenatal education programs for childbirth or parenthood, or both, are commonly recommended for pregnant women and their partners by healthcare professionals in many parts ofExpand
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Evidence-based clinical guidelines for immigrants and refugees
(see Appendix 2, available at [www.cmaj.ca/lookup/suppl/doi:10.1503/cmaj.090313/-/DC1][1] for summary of recommendations and clinical considerations) There are more than 200 millionExpand
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Postpartum Depression Symptoms in Newcomers
Objectives: To determine if postpartum depression (PPD) symptoms are more common in newcomer women than in Canadian-born women. Methods: Refugee, nonrefugee immigrant, asylum-seeking, andExpand
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One-on-one coaching to improve pain assessment and management practices of pediatric nurses.
Pain in children is infrequently assessed and managed by nurses. One-on-one coaching based on audit with feedback and the use of opinion leaders have been effective in changing professional healthExpand
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Migration to western industrialised countries and perinatal health: a systematic review.
Influxes of migrant women of childbearing age to receiving countries have made their perinatal health status a key priority for many governments. The international research collaboration ReproductiveExpand
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Meaning-making intervention during breast or colorectal cancer treatment improves self-esteem, optimism, and self-efficacy.
Existential issues often accompany a diagnosis of cancer and remain one aspect of psychosocial oncology care for which there is a need for focused, empirically tested interventions. This studyExpand
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Stillbirths and infant deaths among migrants in industrialized countries
Introduction. The relation of migration to infant outcomes is unclear. There are studies which show that some migrant groups have similar or even better outcomes than those from the receivingExpand
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Somali women and their pregnancy outcomes postmigration: data from six receiving countries
Objective  This study aimed to investigate pregnancy outcomes in Somali‐born women compared with those women born in each of the six receiving countries: Australia, Belgium, Canada, Finland, NorwayExpand
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Glossary: migration and health
The literature on migration and health is quite heterogeneous in how migrants are labelled and how the relation between migration and health is conceptualised. A narrative review has been carriedExpand
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