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Brief background on NFIMR funding changes

August 22, 2016 — Update on NFIMR at ACOG

Healing Unresolved Grief Curriculum- In Spanish!

June 25, 2015 — Healing Unresolved Grief: Embracing Your Journey is a seven week support group curriculum for empowering mothers who have experienced a pregnancy loss, stillbirth or infant death less than one year of age. These materials are now available in Spanish.

FIMR HIV Webinar

February 13, 2015 — Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV: FIMR & Text4Baby Webinar

New Annotated Bereavement Bibliography

February 4, 2015 — These annotated references are from 2010-1014 published literature.

Spring 2013

June 4, 2013 — Spring 2013 NFIMR Newsletter- FIMR and LCT!

Fall 2010 Newsletter

August 10, 2010 — Happy 75th Birthday Title V!

Summer 2009 Newsletter

June 1, 2009 — New Role for FIMR: Addressing Missed Perinatal HIV Prevention Opportunities.

Summer 2007 Newsletter

June 1, 2007 — Highlights from the Sixth Annual Fetal and Infant Mortality Review Conference.

Fall 2006 Newsletter

September 1, 2006 — Adapting the FIMR Process

Spring 2006 Newsletter

April 7, 2006 — After Hurricanes Katrina and Rita, the Louisiana FIMR network held together and continued to operate on behalf of the community.

Summer 2005 Newsletter

June 1, 2005 — The National Evaluation of the FIMR Process Is Published!

Summer 2004 Newsletter

July 1, 2004 — Announcing the 5th National Fetal-Infant Mortality Review Conference August 12 - 14, 2004!

Spring 2004 Newsletter

April 1, 2004 — Local Healthy Start and FIMR partnerships improve a community‚Äôs ability to reduce infant mortality and create effective services and resources for women, infants and families.

Fall 2003 Newsletter

September 1, 2003 — New March of Dimes Prematurity Campaign Offers FIMR Collaboration Opportunities.



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