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Postpartum LARC use in low-risk women in CenteringPregnancy® versus traditional certified nurse midwife prenatal care

Authors: Tara Hoff (University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa) , Petra Hahn (University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa) , Deepti Sharma (University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky) , Abbey J Hardy-Fairbanks (University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa) , Colleen K Stockdale (University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa)

  • Postpartum LARC use in low-risk women in CenteringPregnancy® versus traditional certified nurse midwife prenatal care

    Extended Abstract

    Postpartum LARC use in low-risk women in CenteringPregnancy® versus traditional certified nurse midwife prenatal care

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Abstract

Contraception satisfaction and utilization is linked to pre-use clinical counseling. Group prenatal care may offer increased opportunity for education on postpartum contraception options. This study evaluated postpartum long acting reversible contraception (LARC) rates in women who attend CenteringPregnancy® group prenatal (CP) care versus individual prenatal care with Certified Nurse Midwives (CNM).

Keywords: CenteringPregnancy®, group prenatal care, individual prenatal care, certified nursing midwife, LARC, contraception

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Hoff, T. & Hahn, P. & Sharma, D. & Hardy-Fairbanks, A. J. & Stockdale, C. K., (2018) “Postpartum LARC use in low-risk women in CenteringPregnancy® versus traditional certified nurse midwife prenatal care”, Proceedings in Obstetrics and Gynecology 8(3), 1-2. doi: https://doi.org/10.17077/2154-4751.1441

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01 Dec 2018
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