Black Preemie Parents as Partners in Preemie Care

Learning Objectives:

  • Describe current trends in neonatal perinatal health disparities.
  • To review data related to parental and clinician perceptions of racial disparities in NICU Care.
  • Provide examples of racial bias from the perspective of a black neonatologist and a black preemie parent.

Cost: Physician: $175
Non-Physician: $150

Course Run Time: 49 Minutes

CEUs: 1


Dr. Terri L. Major-Kincade

Dr. Terri L. Major-Kincade is a board certified Pediatrician and Neonatologist currently in private practice as a travel neonatologist covering Texas, South Carolina, Nevada and Georgia. She is originally from Baton Rouge, Louisiana but has called Texas home for the past 20 years. Her interest in neonatology was inspired by her younger sister who was…

Ashley Randolph

Ashley Randolph

Ashley Randolph is the mother of three children all born premature. She created Glo Preemies to help support high-risk pregnant women and families with children in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) worldwide. Ashley is most passionate about helping people, especially improving the lives of babies born prematurely in the African American community and providing…

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