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
Grasping the Basics of Reproduction
Considering If and When to Become Pregnant Again
From Plan to Action: Finding and Using the Right Contraception
Module 2: Weighty Matters: Understanding and Addressing Postpartum Weight Retention in the Interconception Period
Part 1: Start Now!
Module 3: Chronic Diseases
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.