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More Initiative

FPQC invites you to apply to participate in our Maternal Opioid Recovery Effort (MORE) Initiative, which will focus on improving treatment and care within Florida delivery hospitals for pregnant women who use opioids. Download the MORE Application Guide Hospitals and

Worth Reading Weekly

FOLLOW US:  A recap of the week’s early childhood headlines: In the spirit of educating and advocating for our children, The Children’s Movement of Florida presents Worth Reading Weekly. Delivered every Friday, this newsletter gathers the top Florida headlines about

MCH-MRN E-News: June 2019

Morbidity & Mortality Weekly Report

This week in MMWR Vol. 68, May 7, 2019   MMWR Early Release PDF of Early Release issue Vital Signs: Pregnancy-Related Deaths, United States, 2011–2015, and Strategies for Prevention, 13 States, 2013–2017 Emily E. Petersen, MD; Nicole L. Davis, PhD;

Best In Class

The Best in Class blog shares simple-to-do best practices straight from early learning educators. We hope these tips are useful for educators and parents who want to use best teaching practices with their children.  Our expert this month is visiting assistant professor

Worth Reading Weekly

A recap of the week’s early childhood headlines: January 18, 2019 In the spirit of educating and advocating for our children, The Children’s Movement of Florida presents Worth Reading Weekly. Delivered every Friday, this newsletter gathers the top Florida headlines about

The Baby Monitor

o Federal Policy Government Shutdown Jeopardizes Vital Programs for Babies Congress returned to Washington last week amid a partial government shutdown. As we reported in a previous edition of The Baby Monitor, a spending package for Fiscal Year (FY) 2019 that

Legislative Alert

Preventing Maternal Deaths Act Heads to the President! On Thursday, Dec. 13, the Senate approved H.R. 1318, the Preventing Maternal Deaths Act, which means the bill is now headed to the President for signature into law! Thank you again to

Save Newborns From Abandonment

Two-hundred eighty-eight and counting: That’s the number of newborn babies that, rather than facing abandonment, have been surrendered at staffed fire stations and other authorized sites taking part in the “Safe Haven” baby surrender program. Such locations are clearly marked

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