Current News and Events
Dr. Albert L. Pizzica, D.O., FAAP - June 29, 1948 - December 14, 2013
|Dr. Albert Pizzica|
Access to safe and effective treatments for pregnant women continues to be restricted
The National Perinatal Association asks you to join in our mission to ensure that all pregnant women have access to the most safe and effective treatments available, no matter which state they live in or which insurance they have. We've made some progress, but we still need your help. Learn more about the issue and how to get involved here
NPA Conference 2014
Please view/download the 2014 Call For Abstracts (new - item added 01/13/14 13:33:10 EST)
|Call For Abstracts|
One in 1,000 (news item updated 04/04/13 15:06:38 est)
Multidisciplinary Guidelines for the Care of Late Preterm Infants (news item updated 07/08/13 12:40:22 est)
The National Perinatal Association is pleased to share the important new guidelines for the care of late preterm infants. This new tool for healthcare providers, parents, case managers and others who care for infants and children born 34-36 6/7 weeks gestation, provides evidence-based recommendations of the management of late preterm infants from birth through childhood. Get more information on this tool and download the free PDF here.
Published in July 2013 Journal of Perinatology View here
Research and Models of Care Abstracts (news item added 10/14/13 16:02:34 est)
The following document contains the Research and Models of Care Abstracts accepted for the NPA 2013 conference
For previous year's abstracts please visit our Conference Page
Maternal Mortality Summit (news item updated 09/30/12 14:56:10 est)
Maternal Mortality Summit
Wednesday, October 17, 2012
Wyndham Tampa Westshore, Tampa, Florida
The National Perinatal Association is sponsoring A National
Conversation on Maternal Mortality and Pregnancy-related
Deaths on Wednesday, October 17, 2012 in Tampa, FL. The goal
of this summit is to review the scope of causes for maternal
deaths in the perinatal period, and to develop
multi-disciplinary strategies to address maternal deaths in
the United States.
The summit is supported by the University of South Florida; Philips, the Osborne Foundation and the National Perinatal Foundation.
Seats are very limited. For more information, email email@example.com
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NPIHC Webinar, Extended Text and References (news item updated 05/16/12 12:07:27 est)
One of our board members, Michael Hynan, Ph.D., presented a webinar for the National Premature Infant Health Coalition, "Acute Stress Disorder, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, and Postpartum Depression in Parents of NICU Babies." The link below provides an extended text of his comments plus references.
|Webinar Extended Text|
A recording of the webinar is available at:
You should first download the free software and then download the audio recording, which contains the slide presentation.
NPA Collaborations (news item added 02/20/12 12:22:47 est)
At the Jan, 2012 board meeting we were pleased to learn of the work of the European Foundation for the Care on Newborn Infants (EFCNI), an organization similar to NPA. Silke Mader, chairwoman, discussed the many activities of EFNCI, related to both professional perinatal activities and advocacy for parents of newborns. A significant portion of the work of EFCNI is similar to the activities of the NPA's Family Advocacy Network. The NPA board invites you to visit the EFCNI website: www.efcni.org
NPA Advocacy (news item added 12/21/11 14:59:17 est)
NPA is pleased to share this information with our members. NPA advocated for the inclusion of preventive care specific to women as part of the Affordable Care Act. We encourage you to share this information with your colleagues.