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Therapy, Maternal and infant welfare, Children of prenatal substance abuse, Maternal health services, Pregnant women.
In: Creating systems of care for substance-using pregnant women and their children. Violence and substance use among North Carolina pregnant women. Am J Public Health 1996;86:991–8. Washington, DC: National Governors' Association, 1993;15–7.
They also have difficulty using traditional systems of care.
parenting women with an emphasis placed. upon caring for the mother-child dyad. of practice of care of pregnant substance. substance use during pregnancy. creates challenges in the health. management of both the mother. UNC Horizons has demonstrated. that treating pregnancy and substance. using women and their exposed infants. For more information visit. edu/tcrb/Patient Care/.
Does arresting pregnant women for using drugs promote the health of mothers and children? . Pregnant women and women with children have specialized drug treatment needs, such as prenatal care, child care and medical care for infants and children.
1) The threat of criminal punishment fosters a climate of fear and mistrust between doctors and patients, imperiling the health both of women and their future children.
Many women use more than one substance. Use of some substances appears to be increasing. A study of pregnant women in the Kaiser Permanente Northern California healthcare system reported that marijuana use in the prior month, determined by toxicology studies and self-report, increased from 4 percent in 2009 to 7 percent in 2016. The greatest increase in use was reported for patients age 12 to 17 years (1. to 2. percent).