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- Barriers to service use for postpartum depression symptoms among low-income ethnic minority mothers in the United States.Qualitative Health Research. 2009; 19: 535-551
- Distressed women’s clinic patients: Preferences for mental health treatments and perceived obstacles.General Hospital Psychiatry. 1999; 21: 340-347
- Changes in depressive symptoms in first time mothers in home visitation.Child Abuse & Neglect. 2009; 33: 127-138
- Why lower income mothers do not engage with the formal mental health care system: Perceived barriers to care.Qualitative Health Research. 2006; 16: 926-943
- Prevalence, stability, and socio-demographic correlates of depressive symptoms in black mothers during the first 18 months postpartum.Maternal and Child Health Journal. 2003; 7: 157-168
- Prevalence of depression during pregnancy: Systematic review.Obstetrics and Gynecology. 2004; 103: 698-709
- Using thematic analysis in psychology.Qualitative Research in Psychology. 2006; 3: 77-101
- Postpartum depression help-seeking barriers and maternal treatment preferences: A qualitative systematic review.Birth. 2006; 33: 323-331
- Clinically identified maternal depression before, during, and after pregnancies ending in live births.The American Journal of Psychiatry. 2007; 164: 1515-1520
- Impact of a statewide home visiting program to prevent child abuse.Child Abuse & Neglect. 2007; 31: 801-827
- Postpartum depression effects on early interactions, parenting, and safety practices: A review.Infant Behavior and Development. 2010; 33: 1-6
- Rates and predictors of depression treatment among pregnant women in hospital-affiliated obstetrics practices.General Hospital Psychiatry. 2006; 28: 289-295
- Ethnicity and preferences for depression treatment.General Hospital Psychiatry. 2007; 29: 182-191
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- Depression care in the United States: Too little for too few.Archives of General Psychiatry. 2010; 67: 37-46
- Women’s attitudes, preferences, and perceived barriers to treatment for perinatal depression.Birth. 2009; 36: 60-69
- Depression prevalence and incidence among inner-city pregnant and postpartum women.Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology. 1995; 63: 445-453
- A life course perspective on depressive symptoms in mid-pregnancy.Maternal and Child Health Journal. 2006; 10: 127-138
- Barriers to seeking help and treatment suggestions for prenatal depressive symptoms: Focus groups with rural low-income women.Issues in Mental Health Nursing. 2008; 29: 3-19
Johnson, K. (2009). State-based home visiting: Strengthening programs through state leadership. Available: http://www.nccp.org.
- A follow-up study of postpartum depressed women: Recurrent maternal depressive symptoms and child behavior after four years.Archives of Women’s Mental Health. 2007; 10: 141-145
- Barriers to care for antenatal depression.Psychiatric Services. 2008; 59: 429-432
- Postpartum depression: Womens help-seeking behaviour and perceptions of cause.Journal of Advanced Nursing. 1993; 18: 178-184
- Mental health in the context of health disparities.American Journal of Psychiatry. 2008; 165: 1102-1108
- Preferences and perceived barriers to treatment for depression during the perinatal period.Journal of Women’s Health. 2008; 17: 1301-1309
- Sociodemographic predictors of antenatal and postpartum depressive symptoms among women in a medical group practice.Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health. 2006; 60: 221-227
- Socio-environmental factors and postnatal depressive symptomatology: A longitudinal study.Women & Health. 1999; 29: 57-72
- Utilization of mental health services by low-income pregnant and postpartum women on medical assistance.Women & Health. 2004; 39: 1-24
- Women’s care-seeking experiences after referral for postpartum depression.Qualitative Health Research. 2008; 18: 1161-1173
- Formative evaluation of home visitors’ role in addressing poor mental health, domestic violence, and substance abuse among low-income pregnant and parenting women.Maternal and Child Health Journal. 2005; 9: 273-283
- African Americans’ perceptions of psychotherapy and psychotherapists.Professional Psychology: Research and Practice. 2004; 35: 19-26
- Desired assistance versus care received for postpartum depression: Access to care differences by race.Archives of Women’s Mental Health. 2008; 11: 81-92
Support for this research was provided by the Family League of Baltimore City, Inc., the Maryland Governor’s Office for Children, and the Johns Hopkins Institute for Clinical and Translational Research. The authors have no financial conflicts of interest to disclose. The first author had full access to all the data in the study and takes responsibility for the integrity of the data and the accuracy of the data analysis.