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New Article!

We are proud to share the publication of another article in the Journal of Obstetrics, Gynecologic, & Neonatal Nursing (JOGNN). This article was about the use of trauma-informed care with maternity patients during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Our New Program!

Our coping with COVID-19 Program will provide frontline maternity, NICU, and newborn providers with essential skills to support patients, families, and staff during this unprecedented time of heightened stresses. 

These free courses are available for Perinatal Providers and NICU Providers. 

Need continuing education credits? We also offer a selection of paid courses to meet your needs. 

We believe that strengthening the parent-baby bond and family functioning in the NICU is the “next big frontier” in improving infant outcomes and that supporting NICU parents is equally important to providing medical care to their baby. Created by professionals and “experts by experience” with quotes from over 100 NICU graduate parents, “Caring for Babies and Their Families: Providing Psychosocial Support in the NICU,” is a 7-module online continuing education series. Modules provide much-needed staff training and education to improve psychosocial support and family-centered developmental care. The courses bring research and parent voice to the forefront simultaneously to deliver the only education of its kind to the NICU professional space. The program modules, which can be taken individually or as the full course, offer CEU credit accredited by PAC/LAC.

Click here to learn more about this critical program for your NICU and how it can provide staff the tools needed to support and engage each other and families coping with this intense and complicated environment.

Physicians, Nurse Practitioners, and NICU Psychologists are encouraged to consider taking our condensed Advanced Provider course outlined below.

Our Partners

NICU Parent Network has partnered with the National Perinatal Association to develop this NICU Staff Education course based on the National Perinatal Association’s Interdisciplinary Recommendations for the Psychosocial Needs of NICU Parents, published in the Journal of Perinatology.