SPEAK UP Program
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Take the pledge.

By filling out the form at the bottom of the page, I pledge to SPEAK UP against racism.

 

 

Share on social media.

Share that you are committed to speaking up with friends and colleagues on social media. Follow PQI on Facebook and add the custom frame to your profile picture.



Get educated.

On May 1, 2020 the Institute for Perinatal Quality Improvement will offer its first online SPEAK UP education module for both individual learners and perinatal teams. Both options are available for purchase in PQI’s online store, with preview options available upon email request for facility decision-makers. The online education compliments the in-person SPEAK UP workshops. Online education modules

 

 

Watch the SPEAK UP webinar.

Learn more about PQI’s SPEAK UP program for perinatal professionals via its launch webinar from June 2018. View webinar

 

 

Schedule a SPEAK UP training.

Implicit and Explicit SPEAK UP Training is a day-long interactive workshop that outlines strategies to help individuals and groups dismantle racism, provide quality equitable care, and reduce perinatal health disparities. Learn more

 

Examine root cause.

The Socio-Ecological Perinatal Disparities Ishikawa Diagram created by Debra Bingham, DrPH, RN, David K. Jones, PhD and Elizabeth A. Howell, MD, MPP, is a tool to help determine root cause and can be used along with additional quality and safety strategies to guide national, state, and hospital-based efforts to eliminate disparities in perinatal outcomes and to ensure equity for all women and newborns. View diagram


 

Watch the SPEAK UP video

 

Copyright Statement:  The Institute for Perinatal Quality Improvement's #SpeakUp materials were created for use by clinicians and clinical leaders to support their efforts to improve patient outcomes. All rights are reserved. The PQI logo and branding must remain on these materials. Requests to modify these materials can be sent to info@perinatalQI.org. Commercial entities or non-profit organizations should email info@perinatalQI.org to request permission to utilize these materials.








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