Depressive symptoms in mothers after perinatal and early infant loss in rural Bangladesh: a population-based study

Title

Depressive symptoms in mothers after perinatal and early infant loss in rural Bangladesh: a population-based study

Creator

Surkan PJ; Sakyi K; Strobino DM; Mehra S; Labrique A; Ali H; Ullah B; Wu L; Klemm R; Rashid M; West KP; Christian P

Publisher

Annals of Epidemiology

Date

2016

Subject

Rural Population; Needs Assessment; Pregnancy; Infant Newborn; Young Adult; Infant Mortality; Humans; Adult; Stillbirth; Risk Assessment; Adolescent; Cohort Studies; Female; Infant; Retrospective Studies; Databases Factual; Incidence; Developing Countries; Mothers/ psychology; Postpartum Period; Perinatal Mortality/trends; Maternal Health; Bangladesh; Bangladesh/epidemiology; Depression/ epidemiology/etiology; Depressive symptoms; Mental health; Neonatal death; Stillbirth/ ethnology

Citation List Month

Developing World 2018 List

Citation

Surkan PJ; Sakyi K; Strobino DM; Mehra S; Labrique A; Ali H; Ullah B; Wu L; Klemm R; Rashid M; West KP; Christian P, “Depressive symptoms in mothers after perinatal and early infant loss in rural Bangladesh: a population-based study,” Pediatric Palliative Care Library, accessed December 7, 2021, https://pedpalascnetlibrary.omeka.net/items/show/16009.

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