Why maternal mental health matters | Fatimah Jackson-Best | TEDxBridgetown by TEDx Talks   5 years ago

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Fatimah Jackson-Best is a healthcare researcher, advocate, and academic. Since relocating to Barbados from Toronto, Canada she has become involved in research studies at the University of the West Indies and with local and regional organizations. Most recently she initiated her own PhD research project which focuses on Caribbean women's maternal health and explores how women in Barbados experience the baby blues and postpartum depression. Fatimah believes that we all have the right to good physical, spiritual and mental health.
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