The St. Joseph Community Health Foundation and Healthier Moms & Babies co-facilitate a quarterly luncheon meeting for anyone in the community interested in providing quality prenatal and infant care services in northeast Indiana. The quarterly meetings focus on strengthening skills and knowledge of prenatal care providers by:
- providing introductions to others engaged in this work in the community for easier referral and coordination of resources;
- offering professional education on new trends, research and best practices in prenatal and infant health;
- sharing updates on local programming and opportunities regarding prenatal & infant services.
Prenatal & Infant Care Network Webinar
Preconception & Interconception Health and Care
Thursday, November 19, 2020
The next PIC Webinar on November 19, at 11:30 AM, will focus on preconception and interconception health, supporting the PIC Network’s mission to help every Allen County infant live to see their first birthday. According to the Secretary’s Advisory Committee on Infant Mortality (SACIM) Report, if preconception and interconception health and care are improved, the United States will achieve better infant and child health outcomes. Preconception includes family planning, spacing, immunizations, folic acid, substance use management, screening, and treatment for STIs, behavioral and mental health. Interconception health is care delivery consistent with reproductive history. Click the button below to learn more and to register.
View videos and other materials on topics from previous luncheons: