WITHDRAWN: Home-based support for disadvantaged teenage mothers

The Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews
G M MacdonaldJ Abbott

Abstract

Babies born to socio-economically disadvantaged mothers are at higher risk of injury, abuse or neglect and health problems than babies born to more affluent mothers; disadvantaged teenage mothers are at particular risk of adverse outcomes. Home-visiting programs are thought to improve outcomes for both mothers and children, largely through advice and support. To assess the effectiveness of home-visiting programmes for women who have recently given birth and who are socially or economically disadvantaged. The following electronic databases were searched: CENTRAL (2006, Issue 3); MEDLINE (1966 to March 2006); EMBASE (1980 to week 12 2006); CINAHL (1982 to March week 4 2006); PsycINFO (1872 to March week 4 2006); ASSIA (1987 to March 2006); LILACS (1982 to March 2006); and Sociological Abstracts (1963 to March 2006). Grey literature was also be searched using ZETOC (1993 to March 2006); Dissertation Abstracts International (late 1960s to 2006); and SIGLE (1980 to March 2006). Communication with published authors about ongoing or unpublished research was also undertaken. Included studies were randomised controlled trials investigating the efficacy of home visiting directed at teenage mothers. Titles and abstracts identified in the ...Continue Reading

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