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We encourage you to view these materials and outreach tools and use them to inform family and friends, colleagues, and constituents about the Know Your Terms initiative.

You can also order materials by phone or email. Please contact the NICHD Information Resource Center toll free at 1-800-370-2943 or by email at ​NICHDInformationResourceCenter@mail.nih.gov.

Know Your Terms

Know Your Terms - Print Materials

Poster - Pregnancy: Know Your Terms

Know Your Terms Poster (24" x 36")
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Póster - El embarazo: Conozca los términos

Póster: "El embarazo: Conozca los términos" (24" x 36")
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Term Talk Poster for Providers – 
Term Talk
Doctor says to pregnant woman: 'You look great and you're now at 37 weeks.'
Woman: 'That means I'm full term, right?'
 Doctor: 'Actually the pregnancy terms have changed. Babies born at 37 and 38 weeks are now called early term, while babies born between 39 and 41 weeks are full term.'
Woman: 'Why did it change? Isn't he just getting fatter those last few weeks?'
Doctor: 'Research now shows that baby's brain, lungs, and liver continue developing in the womb between 38 and 39 weeks.'
Woman says to her belly: 'Sounds like you have some work to do in there over the next couple weeks.'
Learn the Terms for the Home Stretch. 
www.nichd.nih.gov/KnowYourTerms. 
Graphics: NCMHEP, HHS, NIH, and NICHD logos.

Term Talk Poster: Know Your Terms (24" x 36")
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Póster: 'Los términos del embarazo'

Póster: "Los términos del embarazo" (24" x 36")
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Know Your Terms Tear Pad

Know Your Terms Tear Pad (50 Sheets Per Pad)
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Know Your Terms Postcard (Set of 25)

Know Your Terms Postcard (Set of 25)
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El embarazo: Conozca los términos

Talonario: "El embarazo: Conozca los términos" (50 hojas por talonario)
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Tarjeta postal: El embarazo: Conozca los términos (paquetes de 25 postales cada uno)

Tarjeta postal: "El embarazo: Conozca los términos" (paquetes de 25 postales cada uno)
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Know Your Terms - Videos


Know Your Terms - Digital Only Materials

Know Your Terms Infocard for Providers - Tell your colleagues and patients! New gestational age designations have replaced 'term pregnancy.' 'Full term' means 39 weeks to 40 weeks and 6 days. Learn more about the new designations at http://www.nichd.nih.gov/knowyourterms. Graphics: NCMHEP, HHS, NIH, NICHD logos.

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Know Your Terms Infocard for Consumers - A doctor tells a pregnant woman: 'You look great and you're now at 37 weeks.' Pregnant woman: 'that means I'm full term, right?' Doctor: 'No. Actually the last few weeks of pregnancy have new names.' Learn more about the new designations at http://www.nichd.nih.gov/knowyourterms. Graphics: NCMHEP, HHS, NIH, NICHD logos.

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Term Talk Infocard for Providers

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Online badge - A pregnant woman with text of 'Pregnancy: Know Your Terms (they’ve changed!) Graphics: HHS, NIH, NICHD, NCMHEP logos.

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Know Your Terms - Shareable Messages

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