A list of useful books and web sites about pregnancy for further reading. Trusted Answers provided by Canadian Paediatric Hospitals. There are many resources available for pregnant women, including books and websites. Some of these resources will help you learn what to expect in the coming months of pregnancy. Other resources will provide tips on proper nutrition, health care and caring for your well-being. Speak with your health-care provider to learn more about which resources are best for you.
Nine state- and community-based organizations and five national organizations were funded through a to cooperative agreement, Teenage Pregnancy Prevention: Integrating Services, Programs, and Strategies Through Communitywide Initiatives. The national organizations provided training and technical assistance to the state- and community-based organizations. The state- and community-based grantees, in turn, provided training and technical assistance to youth-serving organizations and partners. Reproductive Health: Teen Pregnancy. Section Navigation.
We help youth-serving professionals and parents better communicate with adolescents about love, sex, and healthy relationships. We provide grants to South Carolina organizations, who are in the best position to understand the pregnancy and STI prevention needs in their community. We conduct original research about teen pregnancy, STIs, and HPV vaccination to foster fact-based conversations that promote reproductive health. CREW is a CDC-accredited learning collaborative where healthcare providers from around the state band together to find practical, data-driven solutions that will help improve clinical outcomes for at-risk teens.
Despite declines over the past few decades, the United States has one of the highest rates of teen pregnancy compared to other industrialized nations. American Indian youth have experienced higher rates of teen pregnancy compared to the overall population for decades. Although it's known that community and cultural adaptation enhance program effectiveness, few teen pregnancy prevention programs have published on recommendations for adapting these programs to address the specific needs of Northern Plains American Indian youth. We employed a mixed-methods analysis of 24 focus groups and 20 interviews with a combined total of urban and reservation-based American Indian youth and elders, local health care providers, and local school personnel to detail recommendations for the cultural adaptation, content, and implementation of a teen pregnancy prevention program specific to this population.