NPA is different...
So our conferences are different.
You've been to conferences where the speakers describe the problems.
You've seen the data. You know the statistics.
Now it's time to do something.
At the National Perinatal Association, we believe that complex problems
require interdisciplinary solutions. So NPA conferences bring together experts from across the perinatal continuum to share, listen, and learn from each other.
Because we're interested in solutions.
Mandy Atlee Allison
MA, MD, MSPH
Sue Hall MD
Jerry Ballas, MD, MPH
My 4th Trimester: Becoming a Family
from Three Unique Perspectives
Innovative Models: Optimizing
Mental Health in the 4th Trimester Through Collaborative Practice
Strategies to Promote Postpartum Visit Attendance Among Medicaid Participants
Mental Health Workgroup
and National Network of NICU Psychologists (NNNP)
Postpartum Pause: Identifying Gaps In Preparedness for Parenting
The PARTNER Model:
An Attachment-Based Practice Model for Providers Working with Mothers and Infants
Impacted by Opioid Use Disorders
Enduring Impact of
Maternal Childhood Adversity on
Pregnancy, Fetal, and Infant Outcomes
Nurse Family Partnership: Improving the Health and Well-being of Families
Postpartum Depression, Anxiety, and Other Mood Disorders: Diagnoses and Treatment
in the 4th Trimester and Beyond
Up in Smoke: The Potential Implications of Cannabis Use During the Perinatal Period
The First One Hundred Days: Promoting Safety, Security, and Connectedness
in the Newborn Intensive Care Unit
Treating Perinatal Mood and
Anxiety Disorders through an
Infant Mental Health Lens