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Education in context In the overall regression model of the entire sample of prenatal registrants, the association of education with the reporting of depressive symptoms was statistically significant.

In the separate regression analysis; however, education was not statistically associated with prenatal depressive symptoms in the Punjabi-speaking with interpreter group, which may be attributed to a smaller sample size and a lack of heterogeneity in the education levels within this group. Nonetheless the results suggest that women with less education are more likely to report depressive symptoms in pregnancy. Certainly, the opportunities for obtaining employment are lower for those who have less education and cannot speak English; finances, as a consequence, are more likely to be a concern for these women.

Thus, cultural affiliation should be analyzed in conjunction with migration [ 38 ]. Language spoken inside and outside the home can also be linked to the progressive integration into the community at large [ 37 ].

Limitations The results of this study should be interpreted with caution. The data are cross-sectional and do not offer insight into the nature of perinatal depression over time or the timing of depressive symptoms among these women.

Although the data captures one of the largest samples of Punjabi-speaking pregnant women in Canada, the findings have limited generalizability since only data from FHA is included and the precise proportion of pregnant women living in Fraser Health at the time who were registered in the Best Beginnings program is unknown.

The secondary data are from to ; after this period, no central database was available.

The prenatal registration form is a self-report form and the screening is completed on self-report measures. Some Punjabi-speaking women may have misunderstood the Whooley Depression Screen questions since depressive symptoms within the South Asian culture is often somatised, and physical distress may be combined with mental distress [ 38 ]. The two questions of the tool have not been validated in Punjabi-speaking women. The prenatal registration forms also did not assess for the presence of pre-existing mental illnesses; hence, it is unknown whether these depressive symptoms arose in the perinatal period or were due in part to recurrent and untreated depression or other mental illnesses.

Despite these limitations, the study findings suggest that through screening, targeting, and accounting for the social determinants, nurses and other healthcare providers could work towards the overall prevention and early treatment of depressive symptoms with Punjabi-speaking pregnant women. The findings suggest that a prenatal registration database that contains intersecting dimensions of language, culture, migration, education, and financial concerns maintained by a health authority could assist in identifying women who may be at risk for developing ill health.

Obtaining data on language and migration in addition to other social determinants of health is important for developing gender and culturally sensitive public health interventions to reduce the health disparities in different groups. In particular, close attention must be given to the reporting of financial worries, independent of language spoken.

Based on identified risk factors, public health nurses and other health professionals could work on developing stronger collaborations to meet the mental healthcare needs of Punjabi-speaking women. These findings provide some evidence of the need to allocate more targeted resources and funds for preventive and treatment options for populations who speak English as a second language.

Conclusion Using an established screening device, Punjabi-speaking women were found to be at higher risk for prenatal depressive symptoms. Further studies are needed to explore the prevalence of perinatal depression among Punjabi-speaking and additional groups of South Asian immigrant women with additional validated instruments. New research should continue to evaluate the effectiveness of depression screening measures for women in the perinatal period to determine which measures are more culturally sensitive for a given population group and setting.

This study provides insight into the context of depressive symptoms in pregnancy for Punjabi-speaking women. Additional longitudinal studies would be needed to examine maternal and fetal outcomes and to consider the process of perinatal depression during pregnancy and into the postpartum period.

Further examination of the intersecting risk factors and their relation to the recovery process of perinatal depression may reveal valuable findings about the reproductive mental healthcare needs of women. Acknowledgements We would like to thank Fraser Health Authority for assistance with the data preparation, Joseph Puyat, MSc for statistical consultation and Leena Chau for assistance with formatting.

Footnotes The authors declare that they have no competing interests. SW and HB were involved in all parts of the study. All authors contributed substantively to writing this manuscript. All authors read and approved the final manuscript. Sabrina T. Contributor Information Sabrina T.

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Ministry of Education, Government of Pakistan. Education in Pakistan, a white paper. Evaluation and documentation of universal primary education project Sialkot.How to Apply PEEF has allocated scholarship quotas to all the partner universities and all government post graduate colleges of Punjab. Children of civilians martyred in terrorist attacks are also exempted from the condition of income limit. Table 03 describes about the objectives of in -service trainings of PSTs. At present 16 Ayurvedic colleges including one Govt.

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