“You Learn to Go Last”: Perceptions of Prenatal Care Experiences among African-American Women with Limited Incomes

@article{Ward2012YouLT,
  title={“You Learn to Go Last”: Perceptions of Prenatal Care Experiences among African-American Women with Limited Incomes},
  author={Trina C. Salm Ward and Mary C Mazul and Emmanuel M. Ngui and Farrin D. Bridgewater and Amy E. Harley},
  journal={Maternal and Child Health Journal},
  year={2012},
  volume={17},
  pages={1753-1759}
}
African American infants die at higher rates and are at greater risk of adverse birth outcomes than White infants in Milwaukee. Though self-reported experiences of racism have been linked to adverse health outcomes, limited research exists on the impact of racism on women’s prenatal care experiences. The purpose of this study was to examine the experiences of racial discrimination during prenatal care from the perspectives of African American women in a low income Milwaukee neighborhood… CONTINUE READING
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