Postpartum Depression and Access to Mental Healthcare among Migrant South Asian Women in Canada: A Literature Review

@inproceedings{Khan2016PostpartumDA,
  title={Postpartum Depression and Access to Mental Healthcare among Migrant South Asian Women in Canada: A Literature Review},
  author={Samar Khan},
  year={2016}
}
  • Samar Khan
  • Published 2016
  • Medicine
  • Although there has been an increase in research on postpartum depression (PPD) among migrant Asian women, there is particularly limited attention given to migrant South Asian women. This is a significant limitation considering the rapidly changing demographics in Canada. Migrant South Asian women face a plethora of unique challenges, which affects their mental health and further prevents them from receiving adequate and equitable mental healthcare services. For migrant South Asian women, many… CONTINUE READING

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