Perceived Discrimination During Prenatal Care, Labor, and Delivery: An Examination of Data From the Oregon Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System, 1998-1999, 2000, and 2001
De Marco, Molly
American Journal of Public Health 2008 October; 98(10): 1818-1822
Although recent research has examined discrimination in health care, no studies have investigated women's experiences during prenatal or obstetrical care. Analyses of data from the Oregon Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System showed that 18.53% of mothers reported discrimination by providers during prenatal care, labor, or delivery, most commonly because of age or insurance status. Perceived discrimination was associated with maternal characteristics such as age, marital status, and type of insurance, but not with number of subsequent well-baby visits.
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Provisional National Data Statistics: IVF From 01/04/1999 to 31/03/2000; IVF From 01/04/2000 to 31/03/2001; DI From 01/04/1999 to 31/03/2000; DI From 01/04/2000 to 31/03/2001 Unknown author (Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority [HFEA] (Great Britain), 2002-08-30)