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Paths to improving postpartum care in Aboriginal Australian and Torres Strait Islander women after gestational diabetes

conference contribution
posted on 05.03.2018, 00:00 authored by S Campbell, N Roux, C Preece, E Rafter, B Davis, J Mein, J Boyle, Bronwyn FredericksBronwyn Fredericks, P Nigam, V Matic
What was this research project about? We aimed to understand why there are low rates of postpartum screening after gestational diabetes (GDM) among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women, and what might help to improve this. 1. We interviewed seven (7) women who had gestational diabetes to understand barriers and enablers to postpartum screening. 2. Twenty (20) Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health workers came to focus groups to identify strategies to improve postpartum care. 3. Twenty-four (24) other service providers (doctors, nurses, midwives) attended workshops to discuss strategies and how to implement them.

Funding

Category 3 - Industry and Other Research Income

History

Start Page

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End Page

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Number of Pages

1

Start Date

20/07/2016

Finish Date

22/07/2016

Location

Mount Isa, Australia

Publisher

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Place of Publication

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Peer Reviewed

No

Open Access

No

Cultural Warning

This research output may contain the names and images of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people now deceased. We apologize for any distress that may occur.

External Author Affiliations

James Cook University; Queensland Health; University of Melbourne;

Era Eligible

No

Name of Conference

Are You Remotely Interested...in Rural and Remote Health Workforce: Transition into practice, 2016