What do Aboriginal women think is good antenatal care? : consultation report / Gai Wilson Wilson, Gai

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Wilson, Gai
Subjects
Mparntwe / Alice Springs (South Central NT SF53-14); Women, Aboriginal Australian - Health and hygiene - Northern Territory.; Prenatal care - Central Australia.
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Adult
Summary
This report documents the first phase of the research project entitled 'Developing a health and information system to support continuous improvement in antenatal care for Aboriginal women in the Central Australian Region'. The research identifies and discusses antenatal care with the women of the region, including the social and economic aspects as well as the bio-medical and health service-related factors. The consultation concludes that quality antenatal care are for many young Aboriginal women needs to include a wide range of dimensions. The details and features of these dimensions of care vary between the women depending on age, location and specific circumstances and are noted in the report.
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35838679

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