An Unconditional Prenatal Income Supplement Reduces Population Inequities In Birth Outcomes.

@article{Brownell2018AnUP,
  title={An Unconditional Prenatal Income Supplement Reduces Population Inequities In Birth Outcomes.},
  author={Marni D. Brownell and Nathan Christopher Nickel and Mariette Jeanne Chartier and Jennifer E. Enns and Dan G. Chateau and Joykrishna Sarkar and Elaine M J Burland and Douglas P Jutte and Carole R Taylor and Alan Katz},
  journal={Health affairs},
  year={2018},
  volume={37 3},
  pages={447-455}
}
The Commission on Social Determinants of Health, sponsored by the World Health Organization, has identified measuring health inequities and evaluating interventions to reduce them as important priorities. We examined whether an unconditional prenatal income supplement for low-income women was associated with reduced population-level inequities in birth… CONTINUE READING