Stephanie S. Bouris

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OBJECTIVES Access to services for international migrants living in Canada is especially important during the postpartum period when additional health services and support are key to maternal and infant health. Recent studies found refugee claimant women to have a high number of postpartum health and social concerns that were not being addressed by the(More)
Over 125,000 women immigrate to Canada yearly-most in their childbearing years and many having given birth before immigrating. We sought to (1) examine the background characteristics and mental health profile of women separated from their children due to migration and subsequently giving birth in Canada ("dual-country (DC) mothers") and (2) contrast these(More)
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