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Share ideas, concepts or an infographic you created for your classroom that really work for other educators or nurses to use in their work. You can post it in the Shareables section. InJoy will also be posting helpful resources here for users.
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Having trouble logging in?By Jessa VonFeldt0 Answers · 45 ViewsLast post: 2 months ago · Jessa VonFeldt
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Jessa VonFeldt
Welcome to our Shareables areaBy Debbie Young, MSL, LCCE, ICCE, CLC1 Answer · 139 ViewsLast post: 8 months ago · Jessica Sember
8 months ago
Jessica Sember
ACOGs great infographic for signs of pre-eclampsiaBy Debbie Young, MSL, LCCE, ICCE, CLC0 Answers · 67 ViewsLast post: 2 months ago · Debbie Young, MSL, LCCE, ICCE, CLC
2 months ago
Debbie Young, MSL, LCCE, ICCE, CLC
Kegel info to shareBy Debbie Young, MSL, LCCE, ICCE, CLC1 Answer · 152 ViewsLast post: 2 months ago · Barbara Voth
2 months ago
Barbara Voth
Have you seen Lamaze's new " Is Epidural My Only Option?" poster?By Debbie Young, MSL, LCCE, ICCE, CLC2 Answers · 205 ViewsLast post: 2 months ago · Brenda Bliss
2 months ago
Brenda Bliss

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