We piloted this course with hundreds of maternal care providers from across the country, in a variety of roles, to ensure our content was relevant, applicable, and meaningful.
Research shows that implicit bias education is an essential step to improve health equity and change the narrative on maternal mortality.
That's why we partnered with March of Dimes to bring you the definitive implicit bias training, specifically designed for maternal healthcare providers.
Over 5 lessons, this course presents data and real-world case studies that illuminate the disparate care mothers of color receive and provide actionable strategies to improve outcomes.
Designed specifically for doctors, nurses, midwives, doulas, and other maternal care providers
Approximately 1 hour to complete
Earn 1 CE credit (ACCME, ANCC)
Meets requirements of California's SB-464 Dignity in Pregnancy and Childbirth Act
Optimized for desktop and mobile devices to facilitate on-the-go learning
Quality Interactions and March of Dimes came together to address the emerging need for targeted learning on implicit bias in maternal care. Our partnership unites the leading experts and advocates for cultural competence in maternal health. The result is a game-changing tool in the fight to improve perinatal care for all mothers and babies.
Quality Interactions is the leading provider of cultural competency training and education for the healthcare industry. A certified Minority Business Enterprise, Quality Interactions is exclusively dedicated to providing the best learning experiences for a diverse, inclusive, and culturally agile healthcare workforce.
March of Dimes is an organization devoted to improving the health of mothers and babies in the United States. March of Dimes' health initiatives comprise five programming areas: medical research, education of pregnant women, community programs, government advocacy, and support of pregnant women and mothers.