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Uncovering Disparities After the Implementation of a Perinatal Depression Intervention

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    According to a poster that was featured at the 2023 ACOG Annual Clinical and Scientific Meeting, only 75 percent of patients at UMass Chan Medical School were screened for perinatal mental health conditions, and of those screened, white patients were more likely to be connected with appropriate care and treatment than black or Hispanic patients. Dive deeper into the findings that underscore the importance of addressing disparities and inequities in perinatal depression care with Dr. Tiffany Moore Simas, Chair of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at UMass Chan Medical School.

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    According to a poster that was featured at the 2023 ACOG Annual Clinical and Scientific Meeting, only 75 percent of patients at UMass Chan Medical School were screened for perinatal mental health conditions, and of those screened, white patients were more likely to be connected with appropriate care and treatment than black or Hispanic patients. Dive deeper into the findings that underscore the importance of addressing disparities and inequities in perinatal depression care with Dr. Tiffany Moore Simas, Chair of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at UMass Chan Medical School.

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Schedule23 Feb 2024