Cooperation, legislation and regulations - Pregnant
Cooperation, legislation and regulations
The cooperation in obstetrics between first line and second line is regulated in midwifery partnerships. An obstetrician usually informs the general practitioner that a patient is pregnant, but often not the pharmacist. That depends on local agreements.
When the pharmacist knows that a woman is pregnant, he can check the medication she has received previously and perhaps still use for risks in pregnancy. And also carry out this check with a subsequent recipe.
In some regions, projects are being set up to better prepare girls and women from migrant groups for pregnancy and childbirth. One example is the Ready for a Child project in the Rotterdam region (http://www.erasmusmc.nl) and The pregnant center located in the Rivierenland region (http://www.dezwangerecentraal.nl/).