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.
- “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