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Best Practice Brief – Quitting for Two is a Bright Start
November 22 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm CST
Quitting for Two is a Bright Start
A first-time pregnancy can be an equally exciting and overwhelming phase of life. Extra support and medical care is important for the health of every woman and every baby, and use of tobacco products during and after pregnancy can lead to health complications.
- Highlight the SD Quitline support and resources available for pregnancy women.
- Describe how the SD Quitline, For Baby’s Sake, and Bright Start program work together to improve the health of women and babies.
- Encourage health care professionals and caregivers who serve pregnant women to provide referrals to these programs.
Speakers: Kaitlyn Ashley, Tobacco Cessation Coordinator, Black Hills Special Services, Shelly Freese, MSN, RN Coordinator| Bright Start/Nurse Family Partnership
Office of Child and Family Services, SD Department of Health
Best Practice Briefs are 20-minute micro-learning sessions to highlight successful system and policy change. The briefs are short, to the point, and real. Real people and real processes that really work! This series is brought to you by the South Dakota Foundation for Medical Care (SDFMC) in partnership with Great Plains Quality Innovation Network. For all Best Practice Brief Series sessions, visit the SDFMC site.