MNPQC In the Know
MNPQC Maternal Hypertension Project ECHO Series
Dr. Jaime Slaughter-Acey, Assistant Professor in the Division of Epidemiology & Community Health at the School of Public Health, will be addressing inequities in Hypertensive Care.
Thank you to our wonderful Conference Sponsors!
CentraCare offers pregnancy planning, specialized care, and other support services to make the birth experience unique and personal.
Hear Her Campaign
The CDC’s Hear Her campaign has released an updated webpage with new materials for healthcare professionals to prevent maternal mortality, ranging from obstetrics to pediatrics and other fields of medicine in order to address readiness in identifying and managing obstetric emergencies.
MNPQC’s Community Organization Resources
Visit the Resources Page on our new website to access the numerous Community Organizations and online resources. These resources aid birthing people and their babies, as well as healthcare professionals interested in improving perinatal health across Minnesota. If you don’t see your organization listed, or know of an organization or helpful resource that is missing, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to the community resource section.
To continue providing access to information, engagement, and collaboration among Minnesota Perinatal & Infant Providers – please send your resources, events, and information to email@example.com to display on our website.
- Wayside Recovery ECHO: Doulas Are So Much More – March 3 @ 12 PM
- MNPQC HTN Initiative Project ECHO Series – March 8 @ 12:15 PM
- Wayside Recovery ECHO: Opioid Use Disorder in Pregnancy – March 9 @ 12PM
- Wayside Recovery ECHO: Perinatal Substance Use & Reporting Laws – March 16 @ 12 PM
- 20/20 Mom Maternal Mental Health 101 – March 17 @ 12:30 PM
- The Maternal Mental Health 2022 Forum – March 23rd – 25th
- Wayside Recovery ECHO: Pregnancy, Food & Eating for Two – March 23 @ 12 PM
There are past and present events available on the calendar – View the full calendar on our website!
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MNPQC is dedicated to sharing the latest information, resources, and education with healthcare providers, parents and caregivers, and our communities. Our COVID-19 Updates page includes webinars, articles, and guidelines on the care of pregnant women and newborns, resources for breastfeeding mothers and obtaining formula, health equity, as well as general information, including other languages (as available). Sources include the CDC, MDH, SMFM, and partner PQCs, as well as other reliable sources.
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