Tara Healy, Ph.D., LCSW
prenatal care, Maine, depression
The purpose of this descriptive study is to gain a better understanding of the characteristics that can affect depression and overall compliance in prenatal care. Researchers anticipate that women’s involvement in the CARE Program will lead to a decrease in depression scores measured between the first and second trimester. The continued assessment and support provided by the CARE Coordinator is also expected to lead to fewer untreated cases of perinatal and postpartum depression.
Hutzler, Nicole and Stockwell, Lindsey, "Evaluation of the CARE Program at Goodall Hospital’s Center for Women’s Health" (2014). Thinking Matters Symposium Archive. 22.