Kotlar, B., Gerson, E., Petrillo, S., Langer, A., Tiemeier, H.
Article on a comprehensive overview on this broad topic in a rapid format behooving an emergent pandemic we conducted a scoping review. A scoping review was conducted to compile evidence on direct and indirect impacts of the pandemic on maternal health and provide an overview of the most significant outcomes thus far. Working papers and news articles were considered appropriate evidence along with peer-reviewed publications in order to capture rapidly evolving updates. Literature in English published from January 1st to September 11 2020 was included if it pertained to the direct or indirect effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on the physical, mental, economic, or social health and wellbeing of pregnant people. Narrative descriptions were written about subject areas for which the authors found the most evidence
- COVID-19 Pandemic
- Gender and/or Agency
- Lactating women and/or girls
- Pregnant Women and/or Girls
- Women (adults and/or adolescents)
- Journal article