Idaho Perinatal Project
Winter Conference 2017
2019 Winter Conference

Our Mission

The primary purpose of the Idaho Perinatal Project is to reduce maternal and infant morbidity and mortality and to improve pregnancy outcomes throughout the state of Idaho.

Our goals include the creation of a database for maternal/child outcomes; correlate, analyze, and make recommendations regarding maternal/child statistical data for the state of Idaho; provide education to perinatal health care professionals and the general public; and become a main resource and advocate in maternal/infant health.


Safe Haven


Crying Baby Resources

Perinatal Pulse Newsletter

 

Zika Virus Alert

Updated Guidance for Reproductive Counseling After Zika Exposure (website - 9/5/2018)

Zika and Pregnancy: What you should know (website)
Information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Zika FAQs for Providers & Nurses (pdf)

Zika FAQs for Patients (pdf)

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Upcoming Events

Online

  Birth Spacing: An Evidence-Based Strategy to Reduce Prematurity (CNE)
1.6 contact hours available for this through 6/1/21; $15 fee includes contact hours
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  Marijuana Exposure in Pediatric Populations
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February

21-22

Idaho Perinatal Project 2019 Winter Conference
JUMP
Boise, ID
For more information, contact Sarah Jacobson at jacobssa@slhs.org or 208-381-4174
27 The Milk Fat Globule Membrane (MFGM): Understanding Bioactive Components in Human Milk
276 Bob White Court
Boise, ID
Please RSVP on or before Thursday, February 21, 2019
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March

6‐9 DONA International Birth Doula Training
4-day workshop includes manual and meets two requirements for DONA International Birth Doula Certification.
Idaho Falls, ID
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21‐24 DONA International Birth Doula Training
4-day workshop includes manual and meets two requirements for DONA International Birth Doula Certification.
Boise, ID
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October

24–-25 14th Annual Promoting Excellence in Perinatal & Neonatal Care Conference