Publication details of methods for office management of early pregnancy loss. Published by Linda Prine M.D. and Honor MacNaughton M.D. for Am Fam Physician.
Publication details how medication abortion fits into the family physicians scope of practice, and many physicians are restricted from providing such coverage.
Publication describes the benefits of comprehensive reproductive health education in family medicine residency, and how few programs include this training.
This publication details an exploratory study of US primary care clinicians’ perspectives on the effects of mifepristone restrictions, including US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulations, on access to medication abortion and early pregnancy loss (EPL) management in primary care. Protocols including mifepristone are the most effective medication regimens for medication abortion and EPL management.…
This publication describes the provision of early pregnancy loss (EPL) management and factors that inhibit or enable providing this care among family physicians trained in early abortion during residency. EPL is a common experience. Treatment options include expectant management, medication, and uterine aspiration. Although family physicians can offer comprehensive EPL treatment in their office-based settings,…
This brief report describes the provision of early pregnancy loss (EPL) management in New York State Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) and barriers to providing this care. Office-based early pregnancy loss (EPL) care is safe and suitable to FQHCs, yet the prevalence of provision in FQHCs is unknown. We found that few New York FQHCs…
Evaluation of the Miscarriage Care Initiative: A Program to Integrate Comprehensive Early Pregnancy Loss Management in Primary Care Settings
This publication explores an evaluation of RHAP’s Miscarriage Care Initiative.
Confronting Pregnancy Criminalization: A Practical Guide for Healthcare Providers, Lawyers, Medical Examiners, Child Welfare Workers, and Policymakers
The National Advocates for Pregnant Women designed this guide to educate and provide practical tools for law enforcement, defense attorneys, child welfare workers, healthcare providers, medical examiners, and legislators about the power they have to stop the criminalization of pregnancy.