CE/CME No: CR-1408
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• Define preconception and interconception health care and explain how these concepts relate to primary care.
• Describe three common clinical presentations in reproductive-age women that have implications for preconception and interconception health care.
• Explain the considerations, in terms of potential pregnancies, when prescribing pharmacologic treatment for reproductive-age women.
• Discuss examples of cultural factors and beliefs that may affect preconception health counseling provided to women of reproductive age.
Kathleen A. Ahonen is an Assistant Professor and Colleen Quinlan is an Associate Professor at the University of Toledo College of Nursing.
The authors have no significant financial relationships to disclose.
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