Initiation of a standardized substance use screening tool among pregnant women at a community clinic
Danielle Grimm, MPH, CNP - OBGYN, The Dimock Center, Roxbury, MA, USA; Rachel M. Preiss, MS, WHNP-BC, IBCLC, SANE - SANE, National TeleNursing Center, Roxbury, MA, USA; Cathyjo Catalano, MSN, RNC-EFM, RNC-IPOB - New Life Center @ NYU Winthrop Hospital, NYU Winthrop University Hospital, Mineola, NY, USA
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Nationally, a majority of prenatal patients (70%) are screened for substance use, yet the rates in Massachusetts are unknown. This project aimed to provide a standardized means to screen all prenatal patients for substance use at a community health center in Boston and offer appropriate intervention.
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