Educational Partners

SSEP (Sweet Success Extension Program) Is a nonprofit corporation formed to promote diabetes and pregnancy guidelines through education. The guidelines are based on the highly successful Sweet Success Model of Care. The SSEP Board of Directors oversees the management of assets to ensure that the purpose of SSEP is carried out. 

We partner with GE to bring you The EFM program introduces a comprehensive, systematic, evidence-based approach to standardized intrapartum fetal heart rate interpretation  By the end of this course, you should be able to articulate a comprehensive, thoughtful, reasonable fetal heart rate management plan.

ICP Care is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit determined to help pregnant mothers who experience Intrahepatic Cholestasis of Pregnancy and to deliver healthy babies. ICP Care’s mission is to provide patient support and education, raise public awareness, support the advancement of research and improve health care practices.

Our mission is to reduce maternal and infant illness and death due to preeclampsia, HELLP syndrome, and other hypertensive disorders of pregnancy by providing patient support and education, raising public awareness, catalyzing research and improving healthcare practices. We envision a world where preeclampsia no longer threatens the lives of mothers and babies.

PEC teams up with Simtics to offer our student’s module Simulation, 3D anatomy, video, text, and quizzes. Everything you need at your fingertips to learn, practice and
test your clinical skills. With Simtics you have easy access to 24/7 virtual learning, Progress Tracking and it’s Cost Effective. 

The ObG Project offers a user-friendly website, which can provide the information you need, quickly and easily accessible on your mobile device or at your desk, while you are in between patients or catching a few minutes on your commute home.  They are a passionate community of women’s health care professionals who want to provide you with evidence-based and oriented to professional standards and guidelines.

Through our affiliation with Preeclampsia.org, I became aware of the Champions for Change 2019 Summit.  Upon further exploration, PEC has added MoMMA’s Voices to our Educational Partners page in support of their efforts.  PEC encourages nurses to be aware of this grassroots patient advocacy coalition.  I know we all share their goal of reducing maternal morbidity and mortality.  How we get to the attainment of that goal must be through a concerted effort of collaboration with the Mommas we care for. 

Kyoto Kagaku America, Inc. and to utilize their Ultrasound training phantoms within the Women’s Health Ultrasound seminars.  KKAmerica has far more to offer with a range of innovative training simulators for the pregnancy period to the neonatal period. Kyoto Kagaku products have been accepted worldwide and have contributed to all levels of scientific education, academic research and the rapidly expanding world of simulation. To meet the needs of educational equipment that effectively reveal the complexities of the human body, Kyoto Kagaku thrives to produce items that help present medical knowledge as a tangible and accessible resource. 

The Fetal Pillow was introduced by Safe Obstetric Systems in 2011, now in 20 countries with over 26,000 units purchased to better manage a deeply impacted fetal head during cesarean section. Having a baby should be a positive experience for mother and family, it should also be rewarding for medical staff involved. No one should have to deal with the consequences of serious preventable complications. Today, Fetal Pillow is fast becoming routine obstetric practice as a safer choice for difficult cesarean cases.

Host Hospitals

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UC Health
Enloe Medical Center
Henrico Doctors' Hospital
Hilo Medical Center
Harris Health System
University Health Systems
St Luke's
Allina Health
Nyack Hospital
White Plains Hospital
Salinas Valley Memorial Healthcare system