Overview of "Theoretical approaches to the study of reproductive mental health: A focus on intersectionality"

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The Reproductive and Sexual Mental Health research team of the Centre for the Study of Gender, Social Inequities and Mental Health has completed their first project. The team conducted a literature review to describe the current state of research and resources addressing reproductive mental health among marginalized women, and in particular, examined theoretical perspectives behind the research.

This review encompassed a total of 415 sources from both academic literature and reseach reports (grey literature). Taken together, these sources indicate a number of critical gaps in the literature addressing reproductive mental health, specifically with regards to marginalized groups of women. Read more...