|Title||Mood and Anxiety Problems in Perinatal Indigenous Women in Australia, New Zealand, Canada, and the United States: A Critical Review of the Literature|
|Created by:||Angela Bowen, Vicky Duncan, Shelley Peacock, Rudy Bowen, Laura Schwartz, Diane Campbell, Nazeem Muhajarine|
|Description:||Reviewed quantitative and qualitative studies published between 1980 and March 2010. Identified four areas which required further research: longitudinal, population-based studies; validation and modification of appropriate screening tools; cultural diversity and meaning of lived experiences; and development of evidence-informed practices through collaborations with communities.|
|Citation:||Transcultural Psychiatry, Vol. 51, No. 1, Indigenous Mental Health, February 2014, pp. 93-111.
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|Names:||Bowen, Angela [Find offline items]
Muhajarine, Nazeem [Find offline items]
Bowen, Rudy [Find offline items]
Duncan, Vicky [Find offline items]
Peacock, Shelley [Find offline items]
Schwartz, Laura [Find offline items]