Psychosocial support for pregnant women and for families with microcephaly and other neurological complications in the context of Zika virus

This document describes guidance for a supportive response by healthcare providers focusing primarily on women affected by Zika virus infection during pregnancy and their families, for their mental health and psychosocial needs.

Psychosocial support for pregnant women and for families with microcephaly and other neurological complications in the context of Zika virus Interim guidance for health-care providers

Link to document in Portuguese and Spanish.

Resource Type(s)
Health Care Protocol
Topic(s)
Birth Defects
Clinical Guidelines
Counseling
Mental Health
Microcephaly
Pregnancy
Signs and Symptoms
Audience(s)
Health Care Workers
Language(s)
English
Portuguese
Spanish
Country(ies)
Global
Source(s)
World Health Organization

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