The Florida Perinatal Quality Collaborative recently announced its inaugural conference, Marach 22-23 in Tampa, FL. The two-day educational conference, Quality Improvement is a Team Sport, is designed to expand the knowlede and skill base for perinatal health care professionals in the identification of quality improvement opportunities, the planning and implementation of quality improvement initiatives, and the advancement of evidence-based practice at the institutional, community, and state levels.
The conference will also highlight ongoing FPQC projects, including the March of Dimes 39 Weeks Provider, Payer and Consumer Education Campaign, a joint effort between the Collaborative and Healthy Start.
Physicians, nurses, nurse midwives, administrators, payers, health educators and others interested in perinatal health are invited to attend. For more information or to register, visit www.cme.hsc.usf.edu and select “Course Calendar” then “March 2012.” Continuing education credits available.