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Human-Centered Design in the Context of Social Determinants of Health in Maternity Care: Methods for Meaningful Stakeholder Engagement

Publication Year: 2023
Contributing Organisation: Department of Graphic Experience and Industrial Design North Carolina State University,Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology School of Medicine The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill,Gillings School of Global Public Health The University of Nor
Authors: Kelly A. Umstead, Carolina Gill, and Marina S. Pearsall et al.
Learning Themes: Global Health

The screening process for social determinants of health (SDoH) includes questions regarding life circumstances and barriers to accessing health care. For patients, these questions may be intrusive, biased, and potentially risky. This article describes human-centered design methods to engage birthing parents and health care team members around SDoH screening and referral in maternity care.

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