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Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome
State Perinatal Quality Collaboratives (PQCs) are networks of perinatal care providers and public health professionals, working to improve pregnancy outcomes for women and newborns by advancing evidence-based clinical practices and processes.
CDC funds state-wide PQCs in California, New York, and Ohio and is working with these networks to sponsor a series of Webinars. These Webinars are intended to help PQCs share knowledge and experiences, and to teach other states how to start, maintain, and grow their own collaboratives. Webinars will be held every two months. They are available to participants in all states, with a focus on hospitals, physician organizations, and health agencies.
Andreea Creanga, MD, PhD
Division of Reproductive Health, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Madge Buss-Frank, RNC, MS, APRN-BC, FAAN
Director of Quality Improvement and Education
Vermont Oxford Network
Michele Walsh, MD
Chief, Division of Neonatology and Professor of Pediatrics
Rainbow Babies & Childrens Hospital, Case Western Reserve Univeristy
Neonatal Lead, Ohio Perinatal Quailty Collaborative
At the end of this program, participants will be able to:
• Discuss the implications of NAS for short and long-term neonatal outcomes
• Identify strategies to improve the care of infants at risk for NAS
• Understand how quality improvement methods can be applied to drive changes in practice
This Webcast presented a discussion of Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (NAS) and quality improvement projects undertaken by perinatal and neonatal quality improvement collaboratives to address NAS, including project challenges and successes. It concludes with participant questions. The videos referenced in the presentation are part of a larger tool available from the Vermont Oxford Network.
Note: Once you have launched the url for this course (under Registration tab), please scroll down to the section named "Archived Webinars" to access this archived webcast.
** **** This webcast was originally aired on November 21,, 2013. ** ****
Titles and course IDs of other webinars in the 2013-2014 series:
Severe Maternal Morbidity: Course ID 1049875