YOU can help us raise endometriosis awareness! Please click on individual links below to download free copies of outreach and education materials. For information and materials about how to host an EndoWalk, please email [email protected] Check back often as we update our materials on a regular basis.
Our fact sheets provide basic information on the four topics below. These are great materials for school nurses offices, informational tables, or even for your own education.
- Endometriosis and Adolescents
- Endometriosis and Infertility
- Endometriosis and Pain Management
- Endometriosis and Teens
Consider Endometriosis Tool Kit:
Symptoms of endometriosis can be difficult for young women to identify or articulate. After initial screening/assessment in a school or clinic setting, it is important to empower patients and students with tools to advocate for themselves. The "Consider Endometriosis" Tool Kit is designed for this purpose.
- Personal Pain Profile/Daily Symptom Tracker (Spanish)
This two-part tool (including body pain map & cyclic calendar) is designed to enable young woman to easily track pain and other symptoms associated with endometriosis. This information is most helpful to endometriosis specialists when collected for a minimum of three months.
- Endometriosis Screening Tool (Spanish)
These screening questions are designed to be administered by nurses and/or other health care providers in a school, university, or clinic environment. Instructions for use are included. If a young woman answers "yes" to two or more of these questions, follow up assessment is strongly recommended. The "Consider Endometriosis" worksheet below is designed for this purpose.
- Endometriosis Assessment Guide – Approved for use in NYC Public Schools
This assessment guide, as approved by NYC School Nursing Administration, may replace the "Endometriosis Screening Tool". Instructions for use are included. If a young woman answers "yes" to two or more of these questions, follow up assessment is strongly recommended. The "Consider Endometriosis" worksheet below is designed for this purpose.
- Consider Endometriosis Worksheet/Tips for Getting Proper Care (Spanish)
Students/patients may need help completing this worksheet and should be encouraged to share the results with a health care provider. If a young woman experiences these symptoms, an appointment with a doctor should be scheduled immediately as the symptoms indicate that endometriosis or another disease may be the cause. This worksheet, along with the “Personal Pain Profile” is designed to spark discussion about endometriosis with a doctor
- EFA Brochure
Includes basic information on endometriosis as well as information on the EFA.
- EFA Medical Brochure
We have multiple posters to encourage endometriosis awareness and to advertise for our annual events: The Medical Congress and Blossom Ball.
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