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Interconception Care Training Toolkit

The Interconception Toolkit was developed by Merry-K. Moos, BSN (FNP), MPH, FAAN. Merry-K serves as a consultant for the Center for Maternal and Infant Health for the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She also served as a consultant to the National Healthy Start Association on the creation of this toolkit.
This Toolkit is supported by Grant #G23MC07677 from the Maternal and Child Health Bureau, Health Resources and Services Administration in the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

  • The Interconception Care Toolkit modules are designed to enhance users' knowledge of interconception health related subjects.
  • There are links to internet resources throughout the Modules to help you learn the content.
  • There are questions and scenarios in each Module which will help you use the information you are learning.
  • At the end of each of the Modules you will be able to quiz yourselves on what you have learned.

Module 1: The Birds, The Bees, The Plan

Helping Your Clients Plan Their Futures and Their Families
Part 1:
Start Now!

Grasping the Basics of Reproduction
Part 2:
Start Now!

Considering If and When to Become Pregnant Again
Part 3:
Start Now!

From Plan to Action: Finding and Using the Right Contraception
Part 4:
Start Now!

Module 2: Weighty Matters: Understanding and Addressing Postpartum Weight Retention in the Interconception Period

Part 1: Start Now!

Module 3: Chronic Diseases

Part 1: Start Now!

Part 2: Start Now!

Module 4: Poor Perinatal Outcomes

Part 1: Start Now!

Stress and Depression Training Toolkit

The Stress and Depression Toolkit was developed by Fleda Mask Jackson, PhD. Fleda is a scholar, researcher, and activist whose work is intended to advance health equity through the study, measurement, and translation/application of research findings on the racial and gendered stress experiences of African American women. This Toolkit is supported by Grant #G23MC07677 from the Maternal and Child Health Bureau, Health Resources and Services Administration in the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

Module 1: Stress Start Now!

Module 2: Stress, Emotions, and Depression Start Now!

Module 3: Intervention Start Now!


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