The Fetus and Newborn Committee
The Fetus and Newborn Committee seeks to engage MCAAP membership in activities focused on topics in perinatal and neonatal care.
Goals of the committee include:
- Inform membership of national and local initiatives in perinatal care that are relevant to pediatricians, children, and families;
- Engage with MCAAP leadership, the MCAAP Legislative Committee, and the Massachusetts
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Department of Public Health to monitor and inform discussions on relevant perinatal legislation and regulations; and
- Partner with perinatal organizations at the local, regional, and national levels on activities of interest to MCAAP membership – these organizations include the Neonatal Quality Improvement Collaborative of Massachusetts (NeoQIC), the AAP Section on Perinatal Pediatrics, the New England Association of Neonatologists, and the Vermont-Oxford Network.
Ongoing activities in 2013 include:
- Partnering with NeoQIC and the Massachusetts March of Dimes to support the New England Neonatology Quality and Safety Forum;
- Supporting and promoting the Massachusetts statewide improvement initiative on Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome;
- Partnering with the AAP Section on Perinatal Pediatrics to promote the New England chapter of TECAN (Trainees and Early Career Neonatologists); and
- Supporting the New England Association of Neonatologists and their organization of the annual Griffin Symposium.
The committee will provide updates to the Executive Board, submit articles for MCAAP newsletters, and provide information regarding conferences, programs, and other relevant activities to be disseminated to Chapter members.