A national action plan for promoting preconception health and health care in the United States (2012-2014).

@article{Floyd2013ANA,
  title={A national action plan for promoting preconception health and health care in the United States (2012-2014).},
  author={Richard L. Floyd and Kay Ann Johnson and Jasmine R Owens and Sarah Verbiest and Cynthia A. Moore and Coleen A. Boyle},
  journal={Journal of women's health},
  year={2013},
  volume={22 10},
  pages={
          797-802
        }
}
Preconception health and health care (PCHHC) has gained increasing popularity as a key prevention strategy for improving outcomes for women and infants, both domestically and internationally. The Action Plan for the National Initiative on Preconception Health and Health Care: A Report of the PCHHC Steering Committee (2012-2014) provides a model that states, communities, public, and private organizations can use to help guide strategic planning for promoting preconception care projects. Since… CONTINUE READING

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