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Research outputs: POSTNATAL DEPRESSION

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2018 Infant development and pre- and post-partum depression in rural South African HIV-infected women

HIV-exposed infants born to depressed women may be at risk for adverse developmental outcomes. Half of HIV-infected women in rural South Afr...

2014 Postnatal depressive symptoms and child psychological develoment at 10 years: a prospective study of longitudinal data from the South African Birth to Twenty cohort

In high-income countries, maternal postnatal depression is associated with adverse outcomes in the child. However, few studies have investig...

2011 Prevalence of postnatal depression and associated factors among HIV-positive women in primary care in Nkangala district, South Africa

The prevalence of postpartum depression in South Africa is high, but there is lack of prevalence data on postnatal depression among HIV-infe...

2010 Maternal postnatal depression and children's growth and behaviour during the early years of life: exploring the interaction between physical and mental health

Objective: To assess the association between maternal postnatal depression and child behaviour problems and child growth at age 2 years. ...