ACCRETA PROFESSIONAL RESOURCES
National Accreta Foundation helps connect the placenta accreta interest community with data driven content of value:
Obstetric Care Consensus #7 is the latest placenta accreta professional consensus document released jointly by The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists and Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine and endorsed by The Society of Gynecologic Oncology. This document replaces previously published ACOG Committee Opinion No. 529 (July 2012) and SMFM Clinical Guideline #1 (November 2010).
PATIENT SAFETY RESOURCES
There are numerous patient safety resources available to help organizations decrease unnecessary cesareans and prevent accreta. Here are a few of our top picks:
Society for maternal-fetal medicine accreta Patient Safety checklists
Did you know SMFM has checklist resources for managing placenta accreta, increta and percreta?
Patient Speakers and Advocates are critical members of any maternal health quality improvement initiative. Contact us to be matched with a patient story, speaker or perspective to help your team to take action to improve maternal health.
In our “Accreta Experiences,” series, National Accreta Foundation features articles written by survivors in their own words to share their placenta accreta experiences and learnings. Read these articles to gain insight into the patient experience of placenta accreta and direct your patients to our site to join the community.
We are an organization of accreta survivors dedicated to using our lived experiences to make change for future moms. We would love to contribute to your research or help you and your team understand and improve the placenta accreta patient experience at your hospital. You can even get your hospital involved in Accreta Awareness Month! Contact us to brainstorm how we can help.
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