CONNECTING THROUGH EDUCATION

“This was one of the most outstanding presentations I have gone to. This topic seems to be on the rise with our members and we do need more resources to identify and treat women with PTSD and PP depression.”

J. SEGILIA

Beyond data analytics, the power of building connections through education is a pillar of our mission. NPIC provides continuing education programs that foster the building blocks for transforming the standard of care across the healthcare continuum.

Under the direction of Carolyn Wood, PhD, RN, our education programs recognize the interdependency of quality, safety, and patient experience and the collective influence on healthcare systems.

Upcoming Events

Apr
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Caring for Our Most Fragile Patients with
Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome

12:00-1:00 ET
Donnalee Segal, MSN, BA, RN
Nurse Director
Women & Infants Hospital of Rhode Island
The purpose of this activity is to increase the understanding of the care needed for babies with NAS in the inpatient setting.

Recorded Events

Mar
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The ARRIVE Trial: Discussion of Results and Implementation

William Grobman, MD, MBA
Vice-Chair of Clinical Operations, Department of OB/GYN
Northwestern Memorial Prentice Women's Hospital
Feb
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Nitrous Oxide Use in Labor and Immediate Postpartum

Walidah Karim, DNP, RN, CNM
Director, Center for Women's Healthcare
Cone Health Women's Hospital
Jan
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Induction of Labor: Past, Present, and Future

James O’Brien, MD
Medical Director of Inpatient Obstetrics
Women & Infants Hospital of Rhode Island
Nov
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Current Approaches to Caring for the Woman with Diabetes During Pregnancy

Julie Daley, RN, MS, CDE
Director of the Diabetes in Pregnancy Program
Women & Infants Hospital of Rhode Island
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