Preconception counselling for low health literate women: an exploration of determinants in the Netherlands

@inproceedings{Fransen2018PreconceptionCF,
  title={Preconception counselling for low health literate women: an exploration of determinants in the Netherlands},
  author={Mirjam P Fransen and Miriam E Hopman and Laxsini Murugesu and Ageeth N Rosman and Sian Karen Smith},
  booktitle={Reproductive Health},
  year={2018}
}
BackgroundWomen from lower socioeconomic groups tend to be at greater risk of adverse perinatal outcomes, but are less likely to participate in preconception counselling compared to higher socioeconomic groups. This could be partly because of their limited skills to assess, understand and use health related information in ways that promote and maintain good health (health literacy skills). In this study we explored determinants of participation in preconception counselling among women with low… CONTINUE READING

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