• sign in

  • sign up
CNE activities


About CNE activities

Accreditation

List of CNE activities

NCC maintenance codes

Earn CNE credit

Lead a group study

Take your test online

Print your certificate

Gift certificates

CNE activities

Preconception health promotion: The foundation for a healthier tomorrow (2013)

Designed for registered nurses who interact with women of childbearing age before and after pregnancy and between pregnancies. The module reviews the rationale for moving away from prenatal care as the principle approach to preventing poor pregnancy outcomes to an approach that encompasses a woman's health before conception. The link between a woman's health habits and risks and how they correspond to known risks for a pregnancy and neonates is examined. Evidence-based strategies for addressing key risks help nurses provide preventive care throughout the life course of women and their offspring. Slide format.

Neither the author nor any member of the planning committee for this activity has any financial, professional or personal relationships that could potentially bias the content.

Free to read; $15 test fee
3.0 contact hours will be awarded for this activity until 11/01/2014.

Keywords: well woman care, preconception, preventive care, life course, evidence-based care, poor pregnancy outcomes

Please direct any questions you may have to Mary Lavan, Associate Director, Nursing Education & Health Promotion, at mlavan@marchofdimes.com

Requirements for successful completion of a CNE activity:

  1. Complete the entire activity.
  2. Pass the CNE test with a score of 70 percent or higher.
  3. Complete the evaluation form.

close window
Take a test online:

Registration and payment are required to access continuing education modules.

Sign in to purchase access to this test.


Not yet registered?
Registration is free and open to anyone.

Register now.
close window
Take a test online:

Registration and payment are required to access continuing education tests.

Sign in to purchase access to this test.


Not yet registered?
Registration is free and open to anyone.

Register now.