MyHealth.Alberta.ca is a Government of Alberta initiative in partnership with Alberta Health Services. The information and tools you will find on MyHealth.Alberta.ca were developed in consultation with health professionals, and Albertans like you.
This website promotes healthy lifestyles in the preconception period (before pregnancy) for men and women. It targets adults who are “ready” to start planning a pregnancy and those “not ready” to have a baby.
The Association for Safe Alternatives in Childbirth believes that parents have the right and the responsibility to make informed choices about childbirth and that a full range of options should be available to them -- in the hospital, at home, in a birthing centre and with professional care givers of their choice.
IWK Health Centre, Halifax. A workbook style resource and learning tools for community support providers to provide a guide for the promotion of mental wellness for mothers and promote practices that build resiliency and a strong network of community supports.
Providing support, education, research, and advocacy both nationally and internationally to individuals, families, Chapters, and organizations that have a personal or professional interest in multiple birth issues.
For parents throughout the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and beyond who have experienced the death of one or more, both or all twins or higher multiples at any time from conception through birth, infancy and childhood.
Canadian Agency for Drugs and Technologies in Health (CADTH), 2015.
In addition to MyHealth.Alberta.ca, DynaMed and Nursing Reference Center (NRC) are also excellent sources for patient information handouts. In DynaMed, use the search box to find a relevant topic, and use the left side navigation to select the "Patient Information" heading. In NRC, select the "Patient Information" tab. See related FAQ