Unemployment and stillbirth risk among foreign-born and Spanish pregnant women in Spain, 2007–2010: a multilevel analysis study

@article{LuqueFernandez2013UnemploymentAS,
  title={Unemployment and stillbirth risk among foreign-born and Spanish pregnant women in Spain, 2007–2010: a multilevel analysis study},
  author={Miguel Angel Luque-Fernandez and Manuel Franco and Bizu Gelaye and Michael Schomaker and Ignacio Gutierrez Garitano and Catherine D’Este and Michelle A. Williams},
  journal={European Journal of Epidemiology},
  year={2013},
  volume={28},
  pages={991-999}
}
We describe stillbirth and unemployment rates by autonomous region in Spain and analyse whether women who gave birth in regions with high unemployment rates were more likely to have a stillborn. We designed a multilevel population-based observational study of births from 2007 to 2010. We defined stillbirth as the outcome, individual maternal socioeconomic and pregnancy-related characteristics as covariates, and maternal autonomous region of residence as the contextual covariate. We used mixed… CONTINUE READING
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