Perinatal Quality Collaboratives Webinar 2013-2014 Series

Breastfeeding and Human Milk Quality Improvement Initiatives

October 16, 2014

This Webcast presented a discussion of quality improvement initiatives addressing human milk and breastfeeding, including use of human milk in the neonatal intensive care setting and improving support for breastfeeding in hospitals. It concludes with participant questions.

 

Obstetric Hemorrhage

May 22, 2014

This Webcast presented a discussion of obstetric hemorrhage, including quality improvement projects to improve response to and management of obstetric hemorrhage. It concludes with participant questions. The following resource from the Association of Women’s Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses Postpartum Hemorrhage Project was referenced in the presentation: Quantification of Blood Loss Cdc-pdf[PDF – 93KB]External

 

Hypertensive Disorders of Pregnancy

March 27, 2014

This Webcast presented a discussion of efforts to reduce severe maternal morbidity and mortality due to hypertensive disorders of pregnancy (HDP). The presentation includes a discussion of quality improvement projects and recent guidelines proposed for response to and management of HDP. It concludes with participant questions.

 

Severe Maternal Morbidity

January 30, 2014

This Webcast presented a discussion of severe maternal morbidity (SMM), including measurement of SMM at both the population and facility levels, recent trends in SMM, and an overview of national projects designed to address SMM. It concludes with participant questions about utilizing state databases to track SMM.

 

Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome

November 21, 2013 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.