The Perinatal Post is a biannual online newsletter distributed to perinatal care providers within the Northwest North Carolina area. It is published in winter and summer of each year.
- Alcohol Use During Pregnancy, FASD and the Role of the Partner
- North Carolina Lactation Educator Training Program
- When Parents Are Unable to Breastfeed – Updated Guidance
- 40th Annual Gravidas at Risk Perinatal Conference: In-Person!
- Upcoming Perinatal Continuing Professional Development
Register for this event to receive the biannual publication by email, and to earn 1.0 contact hours of CE credit per year free of charge. Both Winter and Summer editions are now available. If you have already read the Winter edition just re-visit the course site and read the Summer edition to receive full credit for this activity. To receive CE credit you will need to read the newsletter articles and successfully pass the post-test (see "start session"). There is no fee to register and receive credit.
Upcoming Perinatal Continuing Education Fall Calendar
- After Discharge: Maternal & Infant Assessment in the Home: August 24 www.northwestahec.org/68471
- North Carolina Lactation Education Training Program: August 30 & 31, October 11 & 12, and November 29 & 30 www.northwestahec.org/68335
- Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders: Beyond Immediate Birth Outcomes: September 29 www.northwestahec.org/68960
- 40th Annual Gravidas at Risk Perinatal Conference: November 16 & 17 at WinMock near Bermuda Run, NC www.northwestahec.org/68681
- Basic Steps to Support Exclusive Breastfeeding www.northwestahec.org/63165
- Breastfeeding Support for Families Facing High Risk Situations www.northwestahec.org/65835
- Counseling for Change: Supporting the Journey to be Tobacco Free www.northwestahec.org/66517
- Perinatal Care of the Deaf: The Signs We Miss www.northwestahec.org/67913
- Nurse Educator Institute www.northwestahec.org/68449
- Perinatal Post Newsletter www.northwestahec.org/67975
Newsletter Editor: Mona Brown Ketner MSN, RN, C-EFM Nurse Educator, Northwest AHEC