One Key Question®
One Key Question® is a transformative tool that starts the conversation about if, when, and under what circumstances women want to get pregnant and have a child. The notion behind One Key Question® is simple: it provides a framework for health providers, social service providers, and champions to routinely ask, "Would you like to become pregnant in the next year?"
While it's a simple question, the answers are more complex. One Key Question® meets women where they are by offering four responses: yes, no, ok either way, and unsure. Follow up counseling is patient-centered and tailored appropriately based on a women's desire for or ambivalence about pregnancy.
One Key Question® is used by thousands of health care and social service providers in approximately 30 states. One Key Question® providers include clinicians, community health workers, and home visiting nurses among others. Large health systems, state and local public health departments, and others have all adopted One Key Question® to address a myriad of health equity efforts, including perinatal equity and maternal child health.
To bring One Key Question® to your program:
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