Predictors of Health Care Seeking Behavior During Pregnancy, Delivery, and the Postnatal Period in Rural Tanzania

@article{Larsen2016PredictorsOH,
  title={Predictors of Health Care Seeking Behavior During Pregnancy, Delivery, and the Postnatal Period in Rural Tanzania},
  author={Anna M. Larsen and Amon Exavery and James F Phillips and Kassimu Tani and Almamy Malick Kant{\'e}},
  journal={Maternal and Child Health Journal},
  year={2016},
  volume={20},
  pages={1726-1734}
}
Objectives Four antenatal visits, delivery in a health facility, and three postnatal visits are the World Health Organization recommendations for women to optimize maternal health outcomes. This study examines maternal compliance with the full recommended maternal health visits in rural Tanzania with the goal of illuminating interventions to reduce inequalities in maternal health. Methods Analysis included 907 women who had given birth within two years preceding a survey of women of… CONTINUE READING
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