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15, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- In conjunction with tomorrow's National Premature Infant Awareness Day, the National Perinatal Association announced today the release of the Multidisciplinary Guidelines for the Care of Late Preterm Infants, created to deliver evidence-based instructions and tools on the management and care of late preterm infants - an often underserved, yet at risk group.
Multiple Sclerosis Foundation Muscular Dystrophy Family Foundation National Ability Center National Disability Sports Alliance National Family Caregivers Association National Multiple Sclerosis Society National Perinatal Association New Mobility Magazine NISH No Boundaries Ocean Hyperbaric Neurologic Center PALAESTRA Paraplegia News Pride Mobility Products Corp.
The National Perinatal Association has a staff of 3 1/2 and an annual operating budget of $308,000.
Howse received the Stanley Graven Lifetime Achievement Award from the National Perinatal Association.
The National Perinatal Association (NPA) has established a "Parent and Family Advocate Special Interest Group" as part of its mission to facilitate Family-Centered Perinatal Care.
Today her firm provides consulting and management services to clients such as the National Association of Clinical Nurse Specialists, the American Academy of Nursing, the International Association for Human Caring, and the National Perinatal Association.
us Update: The correct address for the National Perinatal Association is 3500 East Fletcher Ave.
In 2000, in recognition for his work, the National Perinatal Association presented Dr.