BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth: Experiences with use of technology and telehealth among women with perinatal depression

This study aimed to understand women’s perspectives on telehealth services for perinatal depression. The study consisted of seven postpartum and ten pregnant women who shared their experiences using telehealth. Findings suggest that telehealth may be a reasonable and acceptable platform to increase access and retention for mental health services in childbearing women. Researchers also note videoconferencing delivery is an effective and affordable mental health service for low-resource communities.

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