Thank you for joining us for the North Carolina Preterm Birth Prevention Symposium. The goal of the North Carolina Preterm Birth Symposium is to support the implementation of proven interventions to prevent preterm birth.
As a result of the symposium, participants will be able to do the following:
- Explain the current status of preterm birth in North Carolina.
- Describe three clinical Pathways to preterm birth prevention.
- List three strategies for reducing disparities in preterm birth.
- Describe at least one new preterm birth prevention strategy they will introduce into their practice.
Conference materials, including presentation slides and recordings, are available below.
Please contact Katherine Bryant at firstname.lastname@example.org or 919-962-7924 with any questions.
Conference Materials & Handouts
Click here for a printable version of the program.
Click here for the agenda.
Below are the presentations from the North Carolina Preterm Birth Prevention Symposium:
Nancy Henley, MD, MPH: Opening Remarks – Recording
Moderator: Sarah Verbiest, DrPH, MSW, MPH; Panelists: Allison Bryant, MD, MPH; Brandon Locklear, MD; Belinda Pettiford, MPH: Panel Discussion: Perinatal Health Equity in North Carolina – Recording
Kate Berrien, RN, BSN, MS and Matthew Zerden, MD, MPH: Best Practices in Postpartum Care: Increasing the Postpartum Visit Rate and Access to Highly Effective Contraception in the Postpartum Period – Presentation Slides | Recording
Randall Williams, MD, FACOG: Preterm Birth and Infant Mortality: A Top Health Priority for North Carolina – Recording