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Please join us at the
Prenatal Infection Prevention Symposium
February 25-28, 2019
The symposium is all online, no travel necessary!
Registration is complimentary
CME credit will be available!
The Prenatal Infection Prevention Symposium (PIPS) is a virtual collaboration of health care professionals, researchers, families, and other interested individuals working towards minimizing the burden of miscarriages, stillbirths, preterm births and babies sick at birth due to prenatal infection. Key theme areas areas are:
- Pathways of infection
- Prevention through healthy behaviors
- Parent support
We welcome everyone with an interest in prenatal health, as your contribution is valued. All you need to attend is an internet-enabled computer or mobile device. Presentations will be uploaded daily throughout the symposium. Presentations will be in video and poster format to allow for ease of viewing across multiple time zones, so you may view at your convenience. As a registered attendee, you will be able to post questions and comments on each presentation to facilitate an ongoing dialogue with the presenter and other attendees.
Confirmed presenters include:
- Dr. Gil Mor – "Infection and Pregnancy: The role of the placenta"
- Dr. Stuart P. Adler – "Prevention of Maternal–Fetal Transmission of Cytomegalovirus (CMV)."
CME credit will be available for physicians and midwives.
Share your successes, challenges, or observations about prenatal infection in your community or in your field of study through a short, informal video (under 5 minutes). Submit your videos here to be shared during the symposium. (Please note that these videos will be available for our website viewers after the symposium concludes.)
The Prenatal Infection Prevention Symposium is a collaborative partnership between Group B Strep International and Star Legacy Foundation, both nonprofit 501(c)(3) organizations working towards more babies being born healthy and staying healthy.