2 edition of Bibliography on maternal and child health across class, race and ethnicity found in the catalog.
Bibliography on maternal and child health across class, race and ethnicity
Ruth E Zambrana
by Distributed by the Memphis State University Center for Research on Women in Memphis, TN
Written in English
|Statement||by Ruth E. Zambrana|
|Contributions||Memphis State University. Center for Research on Women|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||58 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||58|
Mission: Facilitate engagement with matters of ethnicity, race, culture, class and language, both clinically and theoretically, in the Postdoctoral program. Purpose: Consultation with the program’s Executive Committee and Senate as to readings, faculty appointments, and matters of training, including curriculum, colloquia, conferences. The association may be moderated by race/ethnicity, with Hispanic ethnicity specifically shown to intensify the effect of maternal racism on fetal growth (Dixon et al., ). Most of the studies within the pre-birth maternal pathway used the EOD Scale (Krieger, , Krieger and Sidney, ) to measure the mother's experiences with.
Principle 1. Minority Race and Ethnicity Are Associated with Multiple Dimensions of Social Disadvantage that Affect Health Care Outcomes. Minority race and ethnicity are associated with social disadvantage, particularly for groups historically subjected to slavery and forced relocation (e.g., African Americans and American Indians). The essays in Childrens Issues in Historical Perspective investigate the identification, prevention, and treatment of childhood diseases from the s onwards, in areas ranging from French-colonial Vietnam to nineteenth-century northern British Columbia, from New Zealand fresh air camps to American health fairs.
The epidemiology of child abuse: Findings from the Second National Incidence and Prevalence Study of Child Abuse and Neglect. Am J Public Health 83(11): Carr, M. B. and T. A. Vandiver (). An audience of nearly 1, gleaned information about the latest research, policies and community health initiatives aimed at supporting better maternal and reproductive health for .
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Black women in the United States experience unacceptably poor maternal health outcomes, including disproportionately high rates of death related to pregnancy or childbirth. Both societal and health system factors contribute to high rates of poor health outcomes and maternal mortality for Black women, who are more likely to experience barriers to obtaining quality care and often face racial.
United Kingdom. The United Kingdom (UK) Confidential Enquiries in Maternal and Child Health (CEMACH) is the oldest maternal mortality surveillance system in the world. 1 The focus has evolved since the s from clinical issues to encompass clinical, public health and policy issues to reduce health inequities.
1 The Enquiry’s philosophy is to ‘recognize and respect every maternal death as Cited by: 3. Hussey JM: The effects of race, socioeconomic status, and household structure on injury mortality in children and young adults.
Maternal and Child Health J ; Singh GK, Siahpush M. Ethnic-Immigrant Differentials in Health Behaviors, Morbidity, and Cause-Specific Mortality in the United States: An Analysis of Two National. Compared with whites, members of racial and ethnic minorities are less likely to receive preventive health services and often receive lower-quality care.
They also have worse health outcomes for certain conditions. To combat these disparities, advocates say health care professionals must explicitly acknowledge that race and racism factor into health care.
An extensive literature documents the existence of pervasive and persistent child health, development, and health care disparities by race, ethnicity, and socioeconomic status (SES). Disparities experienced during childhood can result in a wide variety of health and health care outcomes, including adult morbidity and mortality, indicating that it is crucial to examine the influence of.
CDC's Office of Minority Health and Health Equity (OMHHE) aims to accelerate CDC’s health impact in the U.S population and to eliminate health disparities for vulnerable populations as defined by race/ethnicity, socio-economic status, geography, gender, age, disability status, risk status related to sex and gender, and among other populations identified to be at-risk for health disparities.
The Title V Maternal and Child Health Block Grant also represents a significant source of funding dedicated to improving the health and wellness of.
Race/ethnicity, gender, and socioeconomic position are 3 social status categories that lead to the differential distribution of health risks and thus to variation in the rates of disease in society.1, 2 In this article I provide an overview of racial/ethnic disparities in health for US women.
I discuss the role of socioeconomic status (SES) in accounting for these disparities and the complex. Data on research participants and populations frequently include race, ethnicity, and gender as categorical variables, with the assumption that these variables exert their effects through innate or genetically determined biologic mechanisms.
There is a growing body of research that suggests, however, that these variables have strong social dimensions that influence health. Socioeconomic. Wang Y, Kennedy J, Caggana M, et al. Sickle cell disease incidence among newborns in New York State by maternal race/ethnicity and nativity.
Genet Med. African American mothers are more likely than white mothers to approve of their children’s being aggressive with their peers. 4 As for the use of harsh disciplinary practices, including physical punishment, two conclusions emerge from the data: Class may have more of an impact than race, but race matters, too.
When thousands of parents were. In Hypermasculinity and State Violence in Zimbabwe Undermining Family Well-Being: An Africana Feminist Analysis of Maternal and Child Health, Assata Zerai explores the demography of maternal and child health in Southern Africa from an Africana feminist sociological perspective.
She presents a framework that considers the ways that nation, race. Ethnicity, Nationality, Race, Heritage, Culture, Identity: these terms can be confusing, to say the least.
It's quite important that we familiarize ourselves with the differences of each, and this post aims to give you a brief overview.
Suicide Rates for Females and Males by Race and Ethnicity: United States, and Hispanic black males were the only racial and ethnic group of either sex to have a lower suicide rate in ( perstandard population) compared with (), an 8% decline.
health curricula. The National Maternal and Child Oral Health Resource Center (OHRC) developed this pub-lication, Promoting Oral Health in Schools: A Resource Guide (4th edition), to help health professionals, program administrators, educa-tors, parents, and others promote oral health and prevent oral disease in school-age children and adolescents.
Maternal & Child Health Program School of Public Health I n his book, The Other America, Michael Harrington helped launch the “war on poverty” when he spoke of the persistence of poverty despite our generally affluent society.
He called our attention to the need to open our eyes to the plight of the “invisible poor” and the impact of.
Discussions of race and intelligence, as well as claims of genetic differences in intelligence along racial lines, have appeared in both popular science and academic research since the inception of IQ testing in the early 20th century.
The concept of "race" is a social construct, and "intelligence" has no agreed-upon definition; the validity of IQ tests as a metric for general intelligence is. The estimation for the 5-class model with the control variables (maternal age, education, race/ethnicity, relationship status, and child gender) does not differ in class structure (slopes and intercepts) from the model without these variables (Table S2, available online).
A study in The Journal of Maternal-Fetal & Neonatal Medicine found that every 1 out of births in California involved both preterm labor and severe maternal health. Race, Gender, and Affirmative Action Resource Page for Teaching and Study Updated July Introduction This is an annotated bibliography of resources on race, gender, and affirmative action intended for the use of faculty who are designing courses concerning race, gender, and affirmative action, and for students and browsers interested in a guide to the literature.
Matern Child Health J. ; Publication Type: Journal Article PMID: ID: Gregorio DI, Walsh SJ, Paturzo D. The effects of occupation-based social position on mortality in a large american cohort. Am J Public Health. ; .Methods: Among children in the Project Viva cohort born in Massachusetts, we used latent class growth models to identify leptin trajectories independent of maternal BMI, child sex, race/ethnicity, size at birth and current age and size among children with leptin measured at least once at birth, early childhood (mean ± SD Diversity and Health Equity.
Georgetown University's MCH Navigator, the National Maternal and Child Workforce Development Center, and the National Center for Education in Maternal and Child Health are pleased to present this spotlight of online trainings and resources for use by the Title V workforce in approaching diversity as a way to address health disparities, health equity, and removing.