Prenatal Short Answer Assessment

The short answer assessment portion of each module will incorporate all of the pieces you have worked with throughout the previous sections. You will be expected to use information from our course resources in order to answer the questions presented here. You are discouraged from simply Googling the prompts as you may be directed to information that is off-topic, without appropriate context, or out-of-date. Your first resources should be our course resources!These questions will require more advanced thinking and consideration to earn full credit. Make sure to support your answers with detail, data and facts presented in the resources, along with ties to cultural and societal influences. You should also include theoretical perspectives as appropriate. You should NOT quote anything directly from any resources. Instead, you should paraphrase using your own words, and cite the source appropriately (APA citation preferred, but other citation methods will be accepted). When paraphrasing, think about how you would explain the concept or idea to a classmate or parent. Show me through your writing that you understand the ideas, not just that you can locate the concept in a reading.Short Answer Question(s)Experts maintain that high-quality prenatal care is essential and that the earlier in the pregnancy it is obtained the better. Based on the information from your textbook and other videos/resources in this module, provide some information that supports this statement.How does prenatal care benefit:women/mothers? [5pts]Your reason should be specific to women/mothers. Discuss why it’s important to the mother’s health that she receive care while pregnant. Benefits to children will be addressed in the next part.children? [5pts]Be specific and reference information and key terms from this module.society as a whole? [5pts]With good prenatal care, society benefits because…What are some of the disparities in prenatal care? [5pts]Why do some women and babies get better/different care than others?How can we explain differences in health outcomes by demographic groups? (e.g. why is maternal mortality higher for some groups? hint: go back and watch the TED talk!) might these be addressed by public health workers and the medical profession?