Pregnant Women's Attitudes and Knowledge in Relation to Access to Serum-Alpha-Fetoprotein Test

  title={Pregnant Women's Attitudes and Knowledge in Relation to Access to Serum-Alpha-Fetoprotein Test},
  author={M. Sand{\'e}n and P. Bjurulf},
  journal={Scandianavian Journal of Social Medicine},
  pages={197 - 204}
Serum-Alpha-Fetoprotein (se-AFP) screening is a controversial issue in Sweden. In some areas the test has never been offered, in others it is routinely offered to all pregnant women and there are areas where the se-AFP test has been offered but is no longer available but for very special indications. This pseudoexperimental situations was used to analyze the effects of different information environments on attitudes to and knowledge of testing procedures at the antenatal clinics, especially the… Expand
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