You can make a difference for families impacted by prenatal substance exposure. If you work in a medical setting, join our collaborative at no cost.
Even if the local hospital isn’t able to fully participate in CHoSEN QIC, there are still opportunities for perinatal providers to improve practice and ultimately outcomes for substance exposed newborns.
Perinatal providers are given the option to:
complete self-assessment activities,
review and discuss best practices through remote live learning sessions, and/or
develop a strategic vision for their hospital.
The first step is to join the CHoSEN Collaborative e-network
Receive the CHoSEN Welcome series of emails highlighting all the tools and opportunities available to CHoSEN collaborators.
Become a subscriber to the quarterly CHoSEN newsletter highlighting events, training opportunities and new research and tools to improve practice and ultimately outcomes for substance exposed newborns.
If you are indicate an interest in joining CHoSEN QIC, a representative will contact you.