Migration to western industrialised countries and perinatal health: a systematic review.

@article{Gagnon2009MigrationTW,
  title={Migration to western industrialised countries and perinatal health: a systematic review.},
  author={Anita J. Gagnon and Meg Zimbeck and Jennifer Zeitlin and Sophie Alexander and B{\'e}atrice Blondel and Simone Buitendijk and Marie Desmeules and Dominico Di Lallo and Mika Gissler and Richard Glazier and Maureen Heaman and Dineke G. Korfker and Alison Macfarlane and Edward Ng and Carolyn A Roth and Rhonda Small and Donna M Stewart and Babill Stray-Pederson and Marcelo L Urquia and Siri Vangen},
  journal={Social science & medicine},
  year={2009},
  volume={69 6},
  pages={934-46}
}
Influxes of migrant women of childbearing age to receiving countries have made their perinatal health status a key priority for many governments. The international research collaboration Reproductive Outcomes And Migration (ROAM) reviewed published studies to assess whether migrants in western industrialised countries have consistently poorer perinatal… CONTINUE READING