Medication Prescribing for Pregnant and Childbearing-aged Women: Resources for the Practicing Clinician
January 26, 2016 | 1:00-2:00pm Central
Taking some medications early in pregnancy—often before women know they are pregnant—can increase the risk for some birth defects and other poor pregnancy outcomes. While the public health message remains the same—pregnant women should not stop or start taking any type of medicine without first talking with a health care provider—the information available to health care providers to guide and support the decision making process is limited. A webinar on January 26 at 1pm CT will provide an overview of what is known about medication safety during pregnancy, relevant clinical considerations for prescribers and pharmacists and resources to help counsel women regarding treatment decisions before and during pregnancy. Click here to register today!