BMC Health Services Research
BackgroundUniversal postnatal contact services are provided in several Australian states, but their impact on women’s postnatal care experience has not been evaluated. Furthermore, there is lack of evidence or consensus about the optimal type and amount of postpartum care after hospital discharge for maternal outcomes. This study aimed to assess the impact of providing Universal Postnatal Contact Service (UPNCS) funding to public birthing facilities in Queensland, Australia on women’s postna
Dartmouth Digital Commons Citation
Miller, Yvette D.; Dane, Aimée C C.; and Thompson, Rachel, "A Call for Better Care: The Impact of Postnatal Contact Services on Women’s Parenting Confidence and Experiences of Postpartum Care in Queensland, Australia" (2014). Dartmouth Scholarship. 2481.