Effects of Group Prenatal Care on Food Insecurity during Late Pregnancy and Early Postpartum

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Objective This study compared the effects of group to individual prenatal care in late pregnancy and early postpartum on (1) women’s food security and (2) psychosocial outcomes among food-insecure women. Methods and Results We recruited 248 racially diverse, low-income, pregnant women receiving CenteringPregnancy™ group prenatal care (N = 124) or individual… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10995-015-1886-8

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@article{Heberlein2015EffectsOG, title={Effects of Group Prenatal Care on Food Insecurity during Late Pregnancy and Early Postpartum}, author={Emily C Heberlein and Edward A Frongillo and Amy H. Picklesimer and Sarah Covington-Kolb}, journal={Maternal and Child Health Journal}, year={2015}, volume={20}, pages={1014-1024} }