Assessing effectiveness of a mentorship intervention addressing perinatal depression in Rwanda
Providence M. Umuziga, MN, BN (Hons), RMHN, RN, Department of mental health nursing, University of Rwanda/ College of Medicine and Health Sciences/ School of nursing and Midwifery, Kigali City, Rwanda
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Perinatal depression is the most prevalent mental disorder during pregnancy and one year postnatal and is associated with risks faced by mothers and their infants. In Rwanda,perinatal depression is high. Our study will assess effectiveness of a mentorship intervention to improve access care for perinatal depression in Rwanda.
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