No matter how you are involved across the spectrum of care for mothers, babies and families, the NPA provides programs, services and opportunities to learn and engage.
At NPA, we focus on the impacts and effects of perinatal care and policy on families and the healthcare providers that care for them – ensuring their voices are heard.
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The National Perinatal Association Facilitates
Collaboration to Improve Perinatal Care by Raylene Phillips, MD
“A more recent project facilitated by the NPA integrates the expertise and experience of physicians, nurses, psychologists, social workers, case managers, therapists and parents in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit to develop interdisciplinary recommendations for program standards to provide psychosocial support for NICU parents, a support system that is entirely missing in most NICUs and highly variable in others.”
The NPA Advocates for Breastfeeding Support in the Workplace by Raylene Phillips, MD
Is the Emphasis on Immunization Uniform? by Mitchell Goldstein, MD; T. Allen Merritt, MD
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