The prevalence and risk factors of postpartum depression among Chinese immigrant women in Australia
Jiarui Chen, PhD candidate; Mei Sun, PhD -- Xiangya Nursing School, Centre South University, Changsha, China; Wendy Cross, PhD, MEd, BAppsSc (AdvNsg), RN, FACN, FACMHN, Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia; Virginia Plummer, PhD, RN, RM, GCHPE, CertCritCare, BN, GradDipHlthAdmin, MSc (Hlt), Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia; Louisa Lam, PhDMed, MPH, BHSc, GradDip (Coronary Care), School of Nursing and Midwifery, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia
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Lacking of social support and facing the stress of acculturation will make immigrant women at a higher risk of suffering postpartum depression. This study will contribute our understanding of the mental health status of Chinese immigrant women in Australia and its risk factors during the perinatal period.
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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