Refugee Women in Greece : – a Qualitative Study of Their Attitudes and Experience in Antenatal Care

@inproceedings{Iliadi2008RefugeeWI,
  title={Refugee Women in Greece : – a Qualitative Study of Their Attitudes and Experience in Antenatal Care},
  author={Iliadi and 5 El.VenizelouStrPanagiotaIliadi},
  year={2008}
}
  • Iliadi, El. Venizelou Str Panagiota Iliadi 5
  • Published 2008
In the last decades Greece has been an asylum country for thousands of refugees, among them women in childbearing age. Purpose of the study: The aim of the present study was to examine whether refugee women, resettled in Greece, receive antenatal care and to explore possible factors that may influence their attitude towards maternal care. Method and material : Twenty-six refugee women from five non-governmental organizations for refugees, one refugee network, three refugee communities and one… CONTINUE READING

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