Research study: The impact of migration on the reproductive health of women – HELP!
From: Shamelle Richards: firstname.lastname@example.org
To Guyanese Online:
Thank you for your help! It is deeply appreciated.
Here is the basic introduction to my project:
I am an undergraduate student researcher in the Department of Anthropology at the University of Washington. My specialization is medical anthropology.
I am currently looking for participants for a research study examining the impact of migration on the reproductive health of women from the English-speaking Caribbean. Studies have shown that immigrants from the non-Hispanic Caribbean have some of the worst pregnancy-related reproductive health outcomes, including an increased risk for pre-term births, low birth weight infants, and gestational diabetes. Women from Guyana and Trinidad are particularly vulnerable. Continue reading