The Impact of the Pandemic on Mental Health in Ethnically Diverse Mothers: Findings from the Born in Bradford, Tower Hamlets and Newham COVID-19 Research Programmes

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References: McIvor, C.; Vafai, Y.; Kelly, B.; O’Toole, S.E.; Heys, M.; Badrick, E.; Iqbal, H.; Pickett, K.E.; Cameron, C.; Dickerson, J. The Impact of the Pandemic on Mental Health in Ethnically Diverse Mothers: Findings from the Born in Bradford, Tower Hamlets and Newham COVID-19 Research Programmes. Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health 2022, 19, 14316. https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph192114316

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McIvor, C.; Vafai, Y.; Kelly, B.; O’Toole, S.E.; Heys, M.; Badrick, E.; Iqbal, H.; Pickett, K.E.; Cameron, C.; Dickerson, J

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