Welcome to the Georgia Perinatal Association Website!
Georgia Perinatal Association (GPA) is a multidisciplinary organization concerned with health care issues that improve pregnancy and infant outcomes. Our membership works to promote perinatal health through education, collaboration, and influence of state public policy.
Save the Dates!
The 30th Annual GPA Conference
September 21-23, 2016
The King & Prince Beach & Golf Resort, St. Simons Island
Click HERE for additional meeting information and to register.
Free Continuing Education Activity
Risk Reduction for Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) and Other Sleep-Related Causes of Infant Death
Click HERE to for additional program information and to register.
GPA Board Member, Dr. Seema Csukas in the News
GA Begins Tracking Babies Born Dependent on Drugs: Click HERE to read full article!
“Due date” is simply an estimate, and research shows babies are still developing right up until week 40. Babies born just a few weeks early are at risk for health problems. Know your terms with this blog post: http://womenshealth.gov/blog/know-your-terms.html
- The Economist: Exceptionally Deadly
- Thomas Reuters Foundation: Inside Merck for Mother’s $500 Initiative to Tackle Maternal Mortality Worldwide
- Bustle: Why American Pregnant Women Die At A Shocking Rate – And What We Can Do To Stop It
- The Huffington Post: Maternal Death Rates Decreasing Everywhere But the US