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Despite the availability of effective evidence-based treatmentsand frequent contact with OB/Gyn providers, perinatal depression remains under-diagnosed and under-treated. Understanding the perceptions of women who have experienced perinatal depression may inform needed changes in screening, assessment, treatment, and prevention.
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Community Based Participatory Research, Depression, Family, Parenting
Perinatal Depression, Major Depressive Disorder, pregnancy, Postpartum Depression, screening, assessment