Pasifika Ethnicity and its Relationship to Specified Maternal and Neonatal Outcomes: a Descriptive and Correlational Study of Childbearing Women in West Moreton Hospital and Health Service District of South East Queensland
||03 September 2020
||3:30 PM - 5:00 PM
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Perinatal experience has tremendous impact upon women, families and communities during a key point in time and lays the foundation for a healthy experience of motherhood. The aim of the proposed study is to examine and measure the relationship of Pasifika ethnicity to specified maternal and neonatal outcomes for childbearing women in the West Moreton Hospital and Health Service (WMHHS). This will be achieved by addressing the research question: What is the nature of Pasifika maternal and neonatal outcomes and how does it relate to specific maternal and neonatal outcomes for Pasifika women when comparing to other ethnic groups who received antenatal care and birthed at WMHHS?