University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Preconception Health+Health Care Initiative. 2014. National preconception / interconception care clinical toolkit. Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina School of Medicine, Center for Maternal and Infant Health, multiple items.
Annotation: This toolkit is designed to help primary care health professionals individualize their care to best meet their client's overall and reproductive health needs. The toolkit builds on a triaging approach whereby care is based on the likelihood of conception before the next routine primary care visit. Contents include a reproductive life plan assessment and specific clinical recommendations for ten components of routine primary care including family planning guidance, nutrition, infectious diseases and immunizations, chronic disease, medication use, substance use, previous pregnancy outcomes, genetic history, mental health, intimate and partner violence. Each of the ten components provides background information, clinical guidance and tools, client resources, and references. Additional clinician resources include continuing medical education, articles, and news relevant to preconception health care.
Contact: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine, Center for Maternal and Infant Health, Old Clinic Building, Room 3018, Campus Box 7181, Chapel Hill, NC 27599-7181, Telephone: (919) 843-7865 Fax: (919) 843-7865 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Web Site: https://www.mombaby.org/ Available from the website.
Keywords: Clinics, Continuing education, Family planning, Health care delivery, Preconception care, Primary care, Reproductive health, Resources for professionals, Women, Women's health