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The Collaborative has completed a strategic plan aimed at achieving an 8% reduction in preterm births and 4% reduction in infant mortality. To date, over 100 people and organizations across Hawaii have been involved, including physicians and clinicians, public health advocates, insurance providers and health care administrators.
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Reduce Unintended Pregnancies through
One Key Question®:
Reducing Hawaii’s unintended pregnancy rate is a major focus of the Collaborative. One Key Question (OKQ) is an initiative created by Oregon Foundation for Reproductive Health (OFRH) that is designed to incorporate pregnancy intention screenings in primary care settings. Screening women for their pregnancy intentions can help increase the proportion of pregnancies that are wanted, planned, and as healthy as possible.
The goal is to incorporate pregnancy intention screenings in routine settings, where patients are screened every 3 months to a year, regardless of the reason for the woman’s visit.
Training clinicians and non-clinicians on using One Key Question® to support reproductive health and pregnancy planning is underway. This work group is now planning activities for public education supporting reproductive health and related outcomes.
Hawaii families will benefit from a system of support that permit them to intend, initiate, and maintain breastfeeding to achieve optimum health outcomes for both mother and child.
Presentations from January 9th, 2018 Meeting
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