Postpartum depression: what pediatricians need to know.

  title={Postpartum depression: what pediatricians need to know.},
  author={Linda H. Chaudron},
  journal={Pediatrics in review},
  volume={24 5},
1. Describe the range of symptoms and severity of postpartum depression (PPD). 2. Delineate the appropriate, validated screening tools for detecting PPD. 3. List the percentage of women in whom PPD is detected within the current standard of practice. 4. Describe the effects of PPD on maternal-infant interactions and parental attitudes and behaviors. 5. Characterize the method of determining optimal treatment of PPD. 
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