Contextual Assessment of the Maternity Experience: development of an instrument for cross-cultural research.

@article{Bernazzani2004ContextualAO,
  title={Contextual Assessment of the Maternity Experience: development of an instrument for cross-cultural research.},
  author={Odette Bernazzani and Sue Conroy and Maureen N. Marks and Kenneth Siddle and Nicole Guedeney and Antonia Bifulco and Paul Asten and B{\'a}rbara Figueiredo and Laura L. Gorman and Scott Bellini and E Glatigny-Dallay and Sara Hayes and Claudia M. Klier and Mattias Kammerer and Carol Henshaw},
  journal={The British journal of psychiatry. Supplement},
  year={2004},
  volume={46},
  pages={s24-30}
}
BACKGROUND There is evidence that stressors may trigger the onset of a depressive episode in vulnerable women. A new UK interview measure, the Contextual Assessment of the Maternity Experience (CAME), was designed to assess major risk factors for emotional disturbances, especially depression, during pregnancy and post-partum. AIMS With in the context of a cross-cultural study, to establish the usefulness of the CAME, and to test expected associations of the measure with characteristics of the… CONTINUE READING
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