Physical Violence by Partner during Pregnancy and Use of Prenatal Care in Rural India

@inproceedings{Koski2011PhysicalVB,
  title={Physical Violence by Partner during Pregnancy and Use of Prenatal Care in Rural India},
  author={Alissa Koski and Rob B Stephenson and Michael R. Koenig},
  booktitle={Journal of health, population, and nutrition},
  year={2011}
}
The role of physical violence during pregnancy on receipt of prenatal care is poorly understood, particularly for South Asian countries that have high levels of both fertility and domestic violence. Data from the 1998/1999 Indian National Family Health Survey and a 2002/2003 follow-up survey that re-interviewed women in four states were analyzed, examining the association between physical violence during pregnancy and the uptake of prenatal care. Women who experienced physical violence during… CONTINUE READING
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