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1. Depressive symptomatology in the immediate postnatal period: identifying maternal characteristics related to true- and false-positive screening scores.
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OBJECTIVE: To determine whether true- and false-positive postnatal depression screening scores can be distinguished during the early postpartum period by examining characteristic differences between 2 groups: 1) women with depressive symptomatology at 1 week postpartum who continue to exhibit symptoms at 8 weeks postpartum, compared with those who do not; and 2) women with depressive symptomatology at 8 weeks postpartum who previously exhibited symptoms at 1 week postpartum, compared with those who did not. METHOD: As part of a longitudinal postpartum depression study, a population-based ... Read More »
» Published in Can J Psychiatry. 2006 Apr;51(5):265-73.
2. Cost-effectiveness of a preventive counseling and support package for postnatal depression.
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OBJECTIVES: This study reports the cost-effectiveness of a preventive intervention, consisting of counseling and specific support for the mother-infant relationship, targeted at women at high risk of developing postnatal depression. METHODS: A prospective economic evaluation was conducted alongside a pragmatic randomized controlled trial in which women considered at high risk of developing postnatal depression were allocated randomly to the preventive intervention (n = 74) or to routine primary care (n = 77). The primary outcome measure was the duration of postnatal depression experienced ... Read More »
» Published in Int J Technol Assess Health Care. 2006 Fall;22(4):443-53.
3. Multiple gestation: side effects of antepartum bed rest.
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The birth rate for higher order multiples has dramatically increased in recent decades. Multiple gestation pregnancies are considered to be at high obstetric risk. Antepartum bed rest is often prescribed to offset complications despite the lack of evidence for its effectiveness in preventing complications. This longitudinal repeated-measures study identified side effects of antepartum bed rest treatment for 31 hospitalized women with twin or triplet gestation. Maternal weight gain and infant birth weight were recorded. Antepartum stressors were measured by the Antepartum Stressors Hospital ... Read More »
» Published in Biol Res Nurs. 2006 Oct;8(2):115-28.
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