Maternal and Child Health Events


Chicago, IL
Washington, DC
Our panel of physicians and nursing experts share their experience to help you understand and achieve real-life utilization of: 1) decreased variation, 2) standard communication and simulation, and 3) front-line participation in quality improvement, and 4) organizational framework for quality improvement in maternal and neonatal care. (Webinar presented October 11, 2023)
In this webinar, health care leaders dive into the latest education advancements and adult learning science for ensuring a thriving and engaged clinical team that delivers high-quality OB care and improves maternal outcomes. These leaders discuss interdisciplinary nurse models for improved teamwork, efficient onboarding of new nurses, and effective strategies to meet competency and learning styles for staff on hand. (Webinar presented August 16, 2023)
Carrier Screening is an important component of genetic health care for family planning, and a pillar of prevention and precision medicine.
VR technology is the first fully blended learning model that supports and augments learning and simulation requirements that physicians and nurses must have to achieve mastery in their profession. View this webinar to take a sneak peek at VR technology made possible through the partnership between Health Scholars and Relias in the area of Obstetrics. (Webinar presented November 16, 2022)
Viewers of this webinar will learn about broadening the standard of care that addresses not only clinical and medical pregnancy issues but also behavioral health concerns like peripartum depression and suicide ideation. Viewers will learn how awareness and assessment of social and behavioral factors throughout the ante, peri, and postpartum periods can be an effective method for providing life-saving care for all mothers. (Webinar presented September 20, 2022)
July 28, 3 – 4:30 p.m. ET | 2-3:30 p.m. CT Are you struggling with how to begin to discuss racism in maternal care?
Join the AHA for a virtual screening of the film, Toxic: A Black Woman’s Story to explore the many underlying factors impacting the health of Black women and their birth outcomes.