Resources

CHoSEN Educational Resources

The CHoSEN Collaborative promotes tools, educational resources and learning opportunities to all perinatal providers to improve practice related to care of substance exposed newborns and their families.

Professionals do not have to be associated with a participating CHoSEN QIC hospital.

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Educational Materials and Tools

For those who are implementing changes as part of the CHoSEN Collaborative’s quality improvement work or who are seeking additional resources to improve care for infants with prenatal substance exposure, you can access relevant checklists, templates, and guidelines here.

Colorado Perinatal Substance Use Provider Toolkit

The SuPPoRT Colorado Steering Committee’s Provider Education Work Group in in the process of developing a searchable toolkit for Colorado perinatal providers–including both provider and patient resources.

Learning Opportunities

​Among hospitals caring for substance exposed newborns and their families in the Rocky Mountain Region, there has historically been significant variation in clinical and social interventions due to lack of robust scientific evidence for practices that optimise maternal and infant outcomes.

​In addition to CHoSEN QIC structured quality improvement efforts, CHoSEN aims to reduce this variation by providing ongoing in-person and remote learning education opportunities for all perinatal providers.

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