Ethnicity and birth outcome: New Zealand trends 1980-2001. Part 1. Introduction, methods, results and overview.

@article{Craig2004EthnicityAB,
  title={Ethnicity and birth outcome: New Zealand trends 1980-2001. Part 1. Introduction, methods, results and overview.},
  author={Elizabeth D Craig and Colin D Mantell and Alec Ekeroma and Alistair W Stewart and Edwin A Mitchell},
  journal={The Australian & New Zealand journal of obstetrics & gynaecology},
  year={2004},
  volume={44 6},
  pages={530-6}
}
BACKGROUND New Zealand Government policy during the past decade has placed a high priority on closing socioeconomic and ethnic gaps in health outcome. AIM To analyse New Zealand's trends in preterm and small for gestational age (SGA) births and late fetal deaths during 1980-2001 and to undertake ethnic specific analyses, resulting in risk factor profiles, for each ethnic group. METHODS De-identified birth registration data from 1 189 120 singleton live births and 5775 stillbirths were… CONTINUE READING

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