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Implications for practice and research
There is considerable demand for online treatment from depressed perinatal women.
Online depression treatment tailored to postnatal women represents a feasible intervention.
Potentially broad perinatal nursing applications exist in a stepped-care model, where broad low-intensity interventions are offered as a first-line and specialised treatments are offered for more complex cases.
Postnatal depression (PND) is prevalent and debilitating, and presents unique barriers to appropriate treatment. Many new mothers do not access help due to stigma, a lack of specialised treatments, the difficulty of scheduling appointments around …
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