Our Focus: A NEW Framework for Multidisciplinary Care in the 4th Trimester
For too long perinatal care focused on nine months of pregnancy and the delivery of a healthy infant at 40 weeks. Then we underwent a paradigm shift.
We realized that the care that we offer in first 100 days after a baby is born is just as important as the care we provide during pregnancy. The 4th Trimester was born! But care practices have lagged behind.
If we're going to adequately meet the needs of parents, infants, and families we need a new multidisciplinary framework for delivering comprehensive, collaborative care during the 4th Trimester.
This means not just addressing the medical needs of postpartum parents and newborns, but creating a safe and responsive environment that is prepared to address the physical, social, emotional, and economic challenges that many families face after the arrival of a child.
Hotel + Venue
Across the street from our venue
Anschutz Medical Campus, Aurora
13123 East 16th Avenue
Aurora, CO 80045
What to Expect
NPA is different... So our conferences are different.
You've been to conferences where the speakers describe the problems. You've seen the data. You know the statistics. Now it's time to do something.
At the National Perinatal Association, we believe that complex problems require interdisciplinary solutions. So NPA conferences bring together experts from across the perinatal continuum to share, listen, and learn from each other. Because we're interested in solutions.
Our conference objectives are directly linked to our education and advocacy initiatives. We invite you to join one of our workgroups.
Objectives for 2020 Conference:
WHO ATTENDS NPA CONFERENCES?
CMEs , CEUs , and CEs will be provided at no additional fee
Cancellations received on or before February 1, 2020 will be assessed a $50 processing fee. No refunds will be given for “no shows” or cancellations received on or after February 2, 2020. Phone cancellations must have been confirmed in writing to Kristy Love at Klove@nationalperinatal.org.