Self-care and remote care during pregnancy: a new paradigm?
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AuthorGulmezoglu, AM; Ammerdorffer, A; Narasimhan, M; Wilson, AN; Vogel, JP; Say, L; Tuncalp, O
Source TitleHealth Research Policy and Systems
University of Melbourne Author/sVogel, Joshua
AffiliationMelbourne School of Population and Global Health
Document TypeJournal Article
CitationsGulmezoglu, A. M., Ammerdorffer, A., Narasimhan, M., Wilson, A. N., Vogel, J. P., Say, L. & Tuncalp, O. (2020). Self-care and remote care during pregnancy: a new paradigm?. HEALTH RESEARCH POLICY AND SYSTEMS, 18 (1), https://doi.org/10.1186/s12961-020-00627-4.
Access StatusOpen Access
Self-care interventions and remote care offer innovative and equitable ways to strengthen access to sexual and reproductive health services. Self-isolation during COVID-19 provided the opportunity for obstetric facilities and healthcare providers to integrate and increase the usage of interventions for self-care and remote care for pregnant women and to improve the quality of care overall.
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