- Idaho State Board of Midwifery License Letter (pdf)
- 2007 PRATS Annual Report
- Periodontal Disease and Pregnancy
- 2007 PRATS Unintended Pregnancy and Birth Control Use
- 2007 PRATS Prematurity Fact Sheet
- 2007 PRATS Postpartum Depression Fact Sheet
- 2007 PRATS Health Insurance During Pregnancy Fact Sheet
- Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASDs)
- Resource Collection on Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASDs)
The Maternal and Child Health (MCH) Library at Georgetown University has compiled a number of key resources on Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASDs), which includes Web sites; fact sheets and brochures; screening, diagnosis, surveillance, intervention, and training tools; prevention-education materials (in both English and other languages), as well as other materials. It is available online at http://mchlibrary.info/guides/fasd.html
- The CDC has developed a Web-based featured item about fetal alcohol spectrum disorders. The item includes a video that shares the story of a family living with the effects of fetal alcohol exposure. Visit the feature and share the message about having a healthy, alcohol-free pregnancy with colleagues and friends.
The CDC also has unveiled a new, user-friendly, research-based Web site on FASDs. Among the features are state alcohol consumption data for 2008, a special video providing an inside look at one family living with FASDs, easy-to-read information on the diagnosis and treatment of children with FASDs, individualized pages for special groups (women, families, health care providers, educators and partners), and updated information on CDC activities. Visit the new FASD site.
- Early Newborn Hearing
- Idaho Immunization Coalition (website)
- Every Child By Two (website)
Their goal is to raise awareness of the critical need for timely immunizations and to foster a systematic way to immunize all of America's children by age two.
- ImmYounity website
The Web site is designed to provide vaccine-related information to parents and caregivers in a simple and engaging way. Parents and caregivers can share digital infographics and fact cards in an effort to facilitate more dialogue about the importance of vaccination.
- Child Passenger Safety
- Idaho Infant Deaths Due to Congenital Anomalies
- Infant Mental Health
A non-profit organization whose vision is to support a system of care which helps families ensure the social and emotional well-being of their infants and young children.
- Early Childhood Learning
- Purple Crying (pdf)
The Period of Purple Crying is used to help describe these characteristics of early infant crying in normal, healthy infants. It usually begins at about 2 weeks of age and ends by 4 to 5 months of age and often earlier. The letters in the PURPLE is an acronym.
- What to do about Erythromycin Opthalmic shortage for newborns.
- A process today stemming from a published article in JOGN back in 1984.
- We transitioned to unit dose sterile/aseptic technique repackaging of
our currently available 3.5 G tubes we have in stock to 210 mcg (0.2 mL)
unit dose sterile slip tip syringes.
- NOTE: The expiration date & time, it is limited to 2 days at room temperature in Pyxis.
- NOTE: A continuous ribbon of ointment from the inner corner of the eye out to the edge is approximately 0.1mL (~15 mm). Use one 0.2 mL
syringe to treat both eyes, dose is approximately 0.1mL per eye.
- Pharmacy will prepare sterile unit dose Erythromycin Ophthalmic Ointment in slip tip syringes as needed and will check Pyxis stock daily
to maintain a MIN/MAX level and monitor expiration dating.
- Once one runs out of the ointment, one can go to diluting the 5% povidine / iodine ophthalmic solution eye drops to 2.5%. We notified and obtained authorization/notice from our local San Francisco Dept of Health to do so. There was a study done in Africa reporting the success of this practice.
- Links to Other sites
Other Valuable Websites
Public Service Announcements
Member-Associated Sites Links Page
The links below take you to sites of programs either in the academy or in the State of Idaho where a Chapter member is involved.
Coding Questions & Resources
- Submit Coding Questions (website)
If you're not logged in to MyAAP, the system will prompt you to enter your user ID and password. The navigation for this link is to click the blue tab at the top left of the AAP website that says "Professional Resources." From there, click "Practice Support" and then scroll down to the heading that reads, "Financing and Payment." The third link under this heading says, "Coding Resources." When you go to that page, you'll see the "Coding Questions/Coding Hotline Form" link on the right.
- Coding Resources (website)