USING LESSONS FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM TO IMPROVE THE REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH OF ABORIGINAL ADOLESCENT WOMEN
Grant number: 1120244 | Funding period: 2018 - 2021
I will examine if parity and pre and post natal exercise can prevent urinary incontinence among older women in a large cohort study in the United Kingdom and use these skills to examine the contraceptive use of Aboriginal adolescent females and influence pre and post natal programs in four Aboriginal communities. The more knowledge and support Aboriginal adolescent females have the higher chances of them making informed decisions about their reproductive health.
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Background A higher prevalence of chronic hepatitis B (CHB) has been reported in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander (Aboriginal..