- Cecily M Begley, Trinity College Dublin
- Matthias Borchert, Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin
- Alexander Heazell, University of Manchester
- Ndola Prata, University of California, Berkeley
- Christine Roberts, The Kolling Institute of Medical Research
- Jos van Roosmalen, VU University Medical Center
- Nawsheen Boodhun, BioMed Central
African migrants in Autralia who have a refugee backgrond are more likely to experience certain adverse pregnancy outcomes than those who do not have a refugee background
In parts of India, uterotonic drugs are not widely available, and worryingly, when available their quality and potency are below acceptable levels
Using ultrasound measurements of a cesarean scar could allow us to predict whether the scar will bleed or rupture during the following pregnancy
New mothers express the need for support to deal with different kinds of postnatal distress, including those that are experienced after a traumatic birth, and with relation to breastfeeding,
Australian maternity and early childhood services have a limited capacity to identify, and tailor their responses to, Afghan immigrant families, which contributes to an inequality in health outcomes.
BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth 2015, 15:35
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