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FOR HEALTH PROFESSIONALS & RESEARCHERS
BEFORE AND BEYOND
The Before and Beyond website was created and is maintained by the clinical workgroup of the National Preconception Health and Health Care Initiative (PCHHC), a public-private partnership working to advance preconception knowledge and care of all men and women of reproductive age in this country.
Designed to help primary care providers, their colleagues and their practices incorporate preconception health into the routine care of women of childbearing age.
The toolkit helps primary care providers meet their patient’s needs based on the response to this “vital sign” question: “Would you like to become pregnant in the next year?” (The One Key Question Initiative) Her answer will allow you and your colleagues to individualize her primary care to best meet her overall and reproductive health needs.
View the Toolkit here.
The development of the toolkit was supported, in part, by funding from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, the National Preconception Health and Health Care Initiative, and the Center for Maternal and Infant Health at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The online CME Modules were developed and are supported in partnership with the Albert Einstein College of Medicine.
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Preconception Health and Health Care Newsletters
To sign up for the newsletter, please send an email to email@example.com with Subscribe as the subject line, or text PCHHC to 22828.
Have a topic to suggest for the newsletter or something to share? Please email Suzanne Woodward at SuzanneW@med.unc.edu
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Free, credited by Albert Einstein College of Medicine: The modules can be used for CME credit by physicians, nurse midwives, nurse practitioners and physicians’ assistants.
Scroll down for more information about receiving credit, computer requirements, and technical support. In some states, CME credit may be useful for the continuing education requirements of other professional groups, as well. Check with your state licensure board if you have questions.
On Before and Beyond, you will find free continuing education modules for physicians, nurse midwives, nurse practitioners and physicians’ assistants. The CME modules have been accredited by Albert Einstein College of Medicine.
Keeping on top of current recommendations and preconception health strategies can be a challenge for busy clinicians. The educational modules on Before and Beyond are short, engaging and filled with practical information to make continued learning quick and easy.
Click here to access the Before and Beyond Preconception CME Modules:
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View the BeforeandBeyond website at: www.beforeandbeyond.org