Reach Out Stay Strong Essentials for mothers of newborns (ROSE) Adaptation for Chinese American mothers

Brief description of study

The study is a cultural adaptation and pilot study of a postpartum depression prevention intervention among pregnant Chinese American women. The study consists of focus groups, key-informant interviews, pre-intervention and post-intervention questionnaires, a debrief session, and a 7 session intervention. The purpose of this study is to culturally adapt and implement a program to prevent postpartum depression among Chinese American mothers.

Clinical Study Identifier: s21-00483
Principal Investigator: Bonnie Kerker.

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