A New Edition of Maternal and Child Health Journal Is Now Available

March 26, 2019

Maternal and Child Health Journal (vol. 22, no. 12, 2018) is available online by subscription only.

Articles include:

  • “Progress Toward Eliminating Mother to Child Transmission of HIV in Kenya: Review of Treatment Guidelines Uptake and Pediatric Transmission Between 2013 and 2016—A Follow Up” by Ruby Angeline Pricilla et al.
  • “Could Postnatal Women’s Groups Be Used to Improve Outcomes for Mothers and Children in High-Income Countries? A Systematic Review” by Catherine Sikorski et al.
  • “Socioeconomic Position and Reproduction: Findings from the Australian Longitudinal Study on Women’s Health” by N. Holowko, M. Jones, L. Tooth, I. Koupil, and G. D. Mishra
  • “Improving Rates of Early Entry Prenatal Care in an Underserved Population” by Jaimin S. Shah, F. Lee Revere, and Eugene C. Toy
  • “Completeness of a Maternal and Perinatal Mortality Enhanced Surveillance System in Pakistan: Evidence from Capture–Recapture Methods” by Jasim Anwar, Siranda Torvaldsen, Mohamud Sheikh, and Richard Taylor
  • “The Relationship Between the Patient-Centered Medical Homes, Healthcare Expenditures, and Quality of Care Among Children with Special Health Care Needs” by Chia-Wei Lin, John A. Romley, and Caroline Carlin
  • “Can a Call Make a Difference? Measured Change in Women’s Breastfeeding Self-efficacy Across Call Interactions on a Telephone Helpline” by Karen Thorpe, Elena Jansen, Cerdiwen Cromack, and Danielle Gallegos
  • “Ohio’s Medicaid Expansion and Unmet Health Needs Among Low-Income Women of Reproductive Age” by Thalia P. Farietta, Bo Lu, and Rachel Tumin
  • “Examining the Association Between Maternal Smoking During Pregnancy and Child Behavior Problems Using Quality-Adjusted Life Years” by John D. Hartman and Benjamin M. Craig
  • “Evaluation of Training Program for the Maternal and Child Health Workforce at Tulane University” by Amelia J. Brandt, Bert R. Cramer, Shokufeh M. Ramirez, and Carolyn Johnson
  • “Enhancing Healthier Birth Outcomes by Creating Supportive Spaces for Pregnant African American Women Living in Milwaukee” by Lucy Mkandawire-Valhmu et al.
  • “Body Image Dissatisfaction, Obesity and Their Associations with Breastfeeding in Mexican Women, a Cross-Sectional Study” by Galya Bigman, Anna V. Wilkinson, Nuria Homedes, and Adriana Pérez
  • “The Effect of Mass Evacuation on Infant Feeding: The Case of the 2016 Fort McMurray Wildfire” by Sarah E. DeYoung, Jodine Chase, Michelle Pensa Branco, and Benjamin Park

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