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Maternal and Child Health Journal Commentary: One Key Question®: First Things First in Reproductive Health : Jan 2017

Do you want a child? The one key question that improves family planning: By asking the One Key Question, physicians get a much better idea of exactly what the patient needs. The Brookings Institution – Oct 2016

Pro-Choice advocate calls Oregon a North Star Ilyse Hogue of NARAL America calls out OKQ in interview with Portland Business Journal – Oct 2016

How Asking One Key Question Helps Moms and Healthcare Providers Prepare for Pregnancy: in support of infant mortality awareness month. NICHQ – September 2016

Pregnancy planning minus the politics: Editorial by The Oregonian/OregonLive editorial board- June 2016

NPR features Upstream USA and Family Health Center of Worcester: Radio interview including soundbites of interpreters asking, “The One Key Question” in three different languages. Boston’s NPR station- June 2016

HOW NORTHWEST FAMILIES CAN ARM THEMSELVES AGAINST ZIKA: Delaware Contraceptive Access Now is adopting OKQ as a model of screening for pregnancy intentions. Sightline Institute- June 2016

‘One Key Question’ to revolutionize reproductive, public health:

Reproductive Health: ONE KEY QUESTION to BRAVE Responses. By the Rev. Andrea Cano, Ainsworth UCC in Rolling Justice – July 2014

VIDEO- City Club of Portland- State of Our Health: Maternal and Child Health:Michele Stranger Hunter, Executive Director with Sheila Martin and State Senator Elizabeth Steiner Hayward – February 2014

One Simple Question that Could Change The Future of Reproductive Health Care  by Tara Culp-Ressler in Think Progress, November 1, 2013

Support Oregon Women’s Health, Avoid Unwanted Pregnancies, With One Key Question by Sharon Meieran in Oregon Live and The Oregonian, October 17, 2013

The One Key Question That All Doctors Should Ask by Hannah Strom in Bitch Media, October 1, 2013

ARHP Commentary Thinking (Re)Productively: ONE KEY QUESTION®: Preventive reproductive health is part of high quality primary care by Helen K. Bellanca and Michele Stranger Hunter in Contraception, May 7, 2013


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