Providing High-Quality Support to Pregnant People and Their Families in Racially Diverse Rural Communities
Presents a series of case studies of how hospitals and health systems with obstetric
units in racially diverse rural communities work to meet patient needs and provide evidence-based, supportive services during pregnancy, childbirth, and the postpartum period. Highlights communities in Colorado, Alaska, and Texas and discusses key features of programs at hospitals or health systems in each area.
University of Minnesota Rural Health Research Center
Culture and cultural competency · Hospitals · Maternal health and prenatal care · Racial and ethnic groups · Service delivery models · Alaska · Colorado · Texas
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