The urban-remote divide for Indigenous perinatal outcomes.

@article{Graham2007TheUD,
  title={The urban-remote divide for Indigenous perinatal outcomes.},
  author={Simon J. Graham and Lisa R Jackson Pulver and Yueping Alex Wang and Paul Kelly and Paula J Laws and Narelle Grayson and Elizabeth Anne Sullivan},
  journal={The Medical journal of Australia},
  year={2007},
  volume={186 10},
  pages={509-12}
}
OBJECTIVE To determine whether remoteness category of residence of Indigenous women affects the perinatal outcomes of their newborn infants. DESIGN AND PARTICIPANTS A population-based study of 35 240 mothers identified as Indigenous and their 35 658 babies included in the National Perinatal Data Collection in 2001-2004. MAIN OUTCOME MEASURES Australian Standard Geographical Classification remoteness category, birthweight, Apgar score at 5 minutes, stillbirth, gestational age and a… CONTINUE READING

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