This research study seeks to identify factors that serve as barriers and/or facilitators to prenatal care for Latina women and to provide data to assist health care providers, health care agencies, and policy makers in developing programs that maximize access to prenatal care for Latina women. In addition, other groups may also find this data useful, such as scholars in Latin American studies, immigration, cultural diversity, minority health care, and health care in general. The research questions consist of the following: (1) What do indigent pregnant (or recently delivered) Latina women believe about prenatal care? (2) What are the barriers to accessing prenatal care for these indigent pregnant Latina women? (3) What are the facilitators to accessing prenatal care for these indigent pregnant Latina women?
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Holtz, Carol and Bairan, Annette
"Barriers and Facilitators to Prenatal Care for Pregnant Latina Women in Cobb County, Georgia,"
Journal of Global Initiatives: Policy, Pedagogy, Perspective: Vol. 1:
2, Article 2.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.kennesaw.edu/jgi/vol1/iss2/2