Understanding the role of Indigenous community participation in Indigenous prenatal and infant-toddler health promotion programs in Canada: A realist review.

@article{Smylie2016UnderstandingTR,
  title={Understanding the role of Indigenous community participation in Indigenous prenatal and infant-toddler health promotion programs in Canada: A realist review.},
  author={Janet K. Smylie and Maritt J. Kirst and Kelly E. McShane and Michelle A Firestone and Sara H Wolfe and Patricia O'Campo},
  journal={Social science & medicine},
  year={2016},
  volume={150},
  pages={128-43}
}
PURPOSE Striking disparities in Indigenous maternal-child health outcomes persist in relatively affluent nations such as Canada, despite significant health promotion investments. The aims of this review were two-fold: 1. To identify Indigenous prenatal and infant-toddler health promotion programs in Canada that demonstrate positive impacts on prenatal or child health outcomes. 2. To understand how, why, for which outcomes, and in what contexts Indigenous prenatal and infant-toddler health… CONTINUE READING
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