Stigma and Postpartum Depression Treatment Acceptability Among Black and White Women in the First Six-Months Postpartum

@article{BodnarDeren2017StigmaAP,
  title={Stigma and Postpartum Depression Treatment Acceptability Among Black and White Women in the First Six-Months Postpartum},
  author={Susan Bodnar-Deren and Emma K. T. Benn and Amy Balbierz and Elizabeth A. Howell},
  journal={Maternal and Child Health Journal},
  year={2017},
  volume={21},
  pages={1457-1468}
}
Objective To measure stigma associated with four types of postpartum depression therapies and to estimate the association between stigma and the acceptance of these therapies for black and white postpartum mothers. Methods Using data from two postpartum depression randomized trials, this study included 481 black and white women who gave birth in a large urban hospital and answered a series of questions at 6-months postpartum. Survey items included socio demographic and clinical factors… CONTINUE READING

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