Prenatal eHealth Tools
Expectant parents today have access to a wealth of information on pregnancy and childbirth, and much of that information is accessed electronically. Knowledgeable healthcare providers who understand the strengths and limitations of these new technologies are in an excellent position to offer expert guidance to women using these technology-based prenatal health tools. This summary seeks to educate interested stakeholders about eHealth, what it entails, the potential benefits and challenges, and recommended options for using eHealth to provide quality prenatal information to residents of Saskatchewan.
Smoking and ETS
Fact Sheet, 2003
This fact sheet outlines the hazards of exposure to environmental tobacco smoke (ETS) to pregnant women and to children.
Are You Positive You’re Negative?
This poster emphasizes the importance of testing for HIV during pregnancy.SKU: 7-011
Sexual Violence and HIV
The research states that there is an increased risk of infection for women who have been abused, particularly if sexually abused. This report provides recommendations for health and allied health professionals to increase collaborative work and ensure that both violence and HIV are addressed in all entry level services.
A Smoke-Free Home Right from the Start
Outlines some of the harmful effects smoking and environmental tobacco smoke can have on pregnancy, as well as effects on children. Offers some tips on quitting.