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Prediction of depression in late pregnancy

Jomeen, J; Martin, CR


CR Martin


Many countries in the South are in deep crises. The crises have spread despair. There is a danger of forgetting altogether the South's spectacular economic and social sprint for two generations since 1950. There was no parallel in the past to this upsurge—in terms of either its pace, size or spread; or the sheer numbers of people and countries involved; or the length of the period. This essay pinpoints the main landmarks of this monumental transformation against the background of the North's advance in the 19th century, and post-1950 perceptions of development economics. It pays tribute to the transformation in the hope that the lessons still to be distilled from it will forge the future strategies to build upon the South's strengths and overcome its weaknesses.

Journal Article Type Article
Publication Date 2010-05
Print ISSN 1098-3015
Publisher Elsevier
Volume 13
Issue 3
Pages A186
APA6 Citation Jomeen, J., & Martin, C. (2010). Prediction of depression in late pregnancy. Value in health : the journal of the International Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research, 13(3), A186. doi:10.1016/s1098-3015(10)72908-9
Keywords Public Health, Environmental and Occupational Health; Health Policy