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…
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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.
This presentation offers an overview for clinicians who would like to learn more about providing patients with gender-affirming reproductive health care in primary care. Includes a variety of cases to review with learners. If you are interested in CME credit, you can request a workshop. For more information visit our CE webpage.
A resource guide to help clinics and mail-order pharmacies collaborate to provide medication abortion care/prescriptions while the FDA is allowing exceptions to the REMS dispensing restrictions. Clinic and Pharmacy Collaboration for Medication Abortion Birth Control Pharmacist: Clinical Resources
Confronting Pregnancy Criminalization: A Practical Guide for Healthcare Providers, Lawyers, Medical Examiners, Child Welfare Workers, and Policymakers
For decades, pregnant people across America have been subjected to criminalization and deprivations of liberty on the basis of pregnancy or pregnancy outcomes. Women have been targeted by police and prosecutors, healthcare providers, child welfare workers, and judges who have sought to deprive them of their constitutional rights in the name of “fetal personhood.” Confronting Pregnancy Criminalization: A Practical Guide for Healthcare Providers, Lawyers, Medical Examiners, Child Welfare Workers, and Policymakers arms professionals with the tools to end this criminalization.
This resource shares common questions and concerns clinicians may hear about self-managed abortion (SMA) and how you can answer patient questions and share important information. Some highlights include: “How do I know the pills are real?”, “What’s the best way to use the pills?”, and “Can anyone tell that I used these pills?”