Correlation of hormonal biomarkers with mental health and healthy behaviors of mothers with very-low-birthweight infants
June Cho, PhD, School of Nursing, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina, USA
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For learning about possible hormonal biomarkers that could explain maternal mental health problems; as well as, possible resources that could improve maternal health during postpartum period when mothers of very-low-birthweight infants experience more difficulties than other mothers because of extra burden for childcare.
29th International Nursing Research Congress: Innovative Global Nursing Practice and Education Through Research and Evidence-based Practice, July 19-23, 2018. Melbourne, Australia.
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Maternal Mental Health
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