PQCNC RPC Learning Session 3

PQCNC AIM RPC teams have spent time this past year discovering and discussing why NTSV patients are being delivered via cesarean section.  We have largely focused on labor dystocia as a cause for cesarean delivery and drilled down on the patients who did not meet the ACOG/SMFM cesarean section criteria.  

Join us on March 3, 2020 at the next RPC Learning Session as we discuss the intricacies of fetal monitoring - how we utilize it, how we interpret it and how we can improve that process.  You will have the opportunity to network with members from hospitals of similar sizes to discuss strategies and resources to enhance the fetal monitoring process.

You can register for the learning session here

We hope to see you there!