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Erika Thompson takes a walk (and selfie) with the surgeon general

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Community and family health doctoral student Erika Thompson attended Acting Surgeon General Dr. Boris D. Lushniak’s keynote address at the annual American College of Sports Medicine Meeting.  The event was held May 27-31 in Orlando, Fla. According to Thompson, Rear Admiral Lushniak enthusiastically described the role of the surgeon general’s office commenting […]

Florida’s Obstetric Hemorrhage Initiative Featured on National Education Series

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The Florida Perinatal Quality Collaborative’s Obstetric Hemorrhage Initiative (OHI) was featured on a live national webcast on June 19, 2014 as part of the Partnership for Patients Education Series. The program, “Improving Maternal Outcomes of Obstetric Hemorrhage,” provided an overview of current trends in OB hemorrhage and showcased the Florida […]

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Interactive Quality Improvement Trainings in Perinatal Health Held in South Florida

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The Florida Perinatal Quality Collaborative and the March of Dimes sponsored two Perinatal Quality Improvement Symposia in South Florida in May. The interactive symposium included training on TeamSTEPPS® Strategies and Tools to Enhance Performance and Safety. TeamSTEPPS Master Trainer Dr. Laura Haubner trained the group on topics such as critical […]

Bulls gain leadership training and more in Denver

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Students from the USF Maternal and Child Health Leadership Training Program attended the fourth annual Making Lifelong Connections Conference in Denver, Co., on May 8-9. The USF delegation connected with current and former trainees from MCH Bureau-funded training programs around the country, including former USF MCH trainee Paul Milford, MSW.  […]

Florida Perinatal Quality Collaborative Holds Third Annual Conference

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The Third Annual Florida Perinatal Quality Collaborative Conference, held on April 3 and 4, 2014, attracted more than 200 attendees from all over the state from a variety of disciplines. This annual two-day educational program is intended to expand the knowledge and  skill base for perinatal health care practitioners in […]

New Guidelines for Safe Prevention of the Primary Cesarean Delivery

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While the cesarean section rate has risen to 1 in 3 births, there has not been a concurrent rise in improved maternal and neonatal outcomes. Research data show that variation in practice affects the cesarean section rate in different regions. In March 2014 the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) […]