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PNQIN Spring Summit 2023
Four Points Sheraton in Norwood, MA
April 12, 2023 from 8am-4:30pm

This year the focus of the spring summit is to share information relevant for all PNQIN quality improvement teams and to acknowledge your challenges and successes. We will also provide updates on our current projects, including the Maternal Equity Bundle, Social Determinants of Health Screening & Referral in the NICU, the Perinatal Opioid Project, and more! We hope you will join us to learn about these important topics!


Intended audience:  Massachusetts nurses (L&D and NICU) and physicians (obstetrics, pediatrics, anesthesiology, family medicine and emergency medicine), patients and family members, social workers, public health researchers and professionals, physician assistants, residents, maternal-and-child-health and medical students 

More information about our amazing speakers is coming soon!

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Aftershock (2022) is a Hulu original documentary that follows the families of two Black women who died due to childbirth complications. We highly encourage attendees to watch Aftershock on Hulu prior to the Summit (free for current subscribers or new subscribers receive a 7-day free trial), or signup below to receive an individual link to view the film free-of-charge.

Continuing Education

PNQIN is currently seeking Continuing Education for in-person participation for Physicians, Nurses, and Social Workers from Boston University School of Medicine.


​Please note: Nurses (RN/LPNs), and Social Workers, MUST ATTEND the entire training in order to receive Continuing Education. Partial credit will not be awarded for these disciplines. The number of hours of Continuing Education are to be determined. 

Viral Respiratory Illness Guidance

Safety of our community remains a priority for this event. Based on best public health guidance at the time of the summit, safety measures like screening and masking will not be enforced; however, we recommend that you keep flu and COIVD-19 vaccination up to date, practice good respiratory hygiene and stay home if you are sick or have tested positive for the flu or COVID-19. Choosing to wear a mask adds a layer of protection fo you and others. 

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