A Perinatal Intervention Program for Urban American Indians—Part 2: The Story of a Program and Its Implications for Practice
Document Type: Standard Article
Affiliations: 1: SANDRA L. PRATER is a freelance social services researcher and consultant in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Her areas of interest include minority health care issues and social welfare policies that impact women. 2: CAROL L. DAVIS is a research nurse coordinator in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. She serves on the Wisconsin State Maternal Mortality Review Team and is chair of the Coalition for Improving Maternity Services (CIMS) Designation Committee.
Publication date: 2002-04-01
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