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May 12, 2017: Robyn D'Oria, NJ PPH Project Leader, discusses maternal mortality in an NPR/Propublica article

September 10, 2016:  Making death from PPH a never event

July 20, 2016:  Jed Gorlin, an Expert Panel member from AWHONN’s PPH Project, Discusses PPH

June 6 2016: Renee Byfield and Lashea Wattie from AWHONN discuss Quantification of Blood Loss with Women’s eNews

July 13, 2015: Georgia Health News Features AWHONN’s Postpartum Hemorrhage Project

June 23, 2015: AWHONN’s PPH Project Hospitals Train to Track, React to Bleeding

February 19, 2015: Lashea Wattie discusses AWHONN's PPH Project on Georgia Public Radio

December 5, 2014: Thinkprogress Highlights AWHONN's PPH Project for Addressing Maternal Health Disparities in the U.S.

September 15, 2014: Marietta Daily Journal Highlights WellStar's Participation in the PPH Project

September 12, 2014: Health Affairs Blog Showcases AWHONN's Work to Standardize Obstetric Hemorrhage

August 15, 2014: Northeast Georgia Medical Center Will Participate in AWHONN's PPH Project

August 14, 2014: The Gwinnett Daily Post Features AWHONN's PPH Project

May 16, 2014: Advance for Nurses Features AWHONN's Work in Reducing Maternal Deaths

May 15, 2014: The Kennesaw Patch Highlights AWHONN's PPH Project

May 15, 2014: The West Cobb Patch Highlights AWHONN's Work in Georgia

May 15, 2014: The Acworth Patch Features Georgia Hospitals Working to Prevent PPH

May 15, 2014: The Marietta Patch Focuses on AWHONN's Work in Georgia

May 15, 2014: The East Cobb Patch Underscores the High Rate of Maternal Mortality in Georgia

May 15, 2014: The Northeast Cobb Patch Features AWHONN's PPH Project

May 15, 2014: The Smyrna-Winnings Patch Focuses on AWHONN's Efforts in Georgia

May 15, 2014: The South Cobb Patch Features the High Rate of Maternal Mortality in Georgia

May 13, 2014: WTVM-TV Features AWHONN's Work in Georgia

May 12, 2014: WABE Radio Interviews Dr. Bingham about the PPH Project in Georgia

May 12, 2014: Healthcare Purchasing News Showcases the PPH Project

May 12, 2014: Kansas City Star Quotes Dr. Bingham on PPH Project

May 12, 2014: WRCB-TV in Chattanooga Features AWHONN's Work in Georgia

May 11, 2014: The Albany Herald Highlights AWHONN's Work in Georgia

May 9, 2014: Northwest Georgia News Profiles Floyd Medical Center as a PPH Project Participant

May 8, 2014: Georgia Public Broadcasting News Features AWHONN's Work with Georgia-Based Hospitals

May 7, 2014: WN.com Features AWHONN's Postpartum Hemorrhage Project

May 7, 2014: Georgia Health News Features AWHONN's Work with Georgia-Based Hospitals

January 28, 2014: Who's Saving Women and Babies?

December 6, 2013: The Albany Herald Features AWHONN's PPH Project

December 5, 2013: The Athens Banner-Herald Features AWHONN's PPH Project

December 4, 2013: Georgia Public Broadcasting News Features the PPH Project and AWHONN Regional Project Leader Lashea Wattie

December 3, 2013: Georgia Health News Features the PPH Project and AWHONN Regional Project Leader Lashea Wattie

November 19, 2013: Health News Digest Covers AWHONN's Work to Improve Responses to Postpartum Hemorrhage

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