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AIM OB Hemorrhage Bundle:


This page is home to the PNQIN AIM "Birth Equity Journey: 

Optimizing Management of Obstetric Hemorrhage" Toolkit.

Click the link below to view or download the entire toolkit.

In the spirit of equity and respectful language, please also review the

following glossaries:

Patient Stories:

  • Voices of Impact: Jamie's Story

    • Like Jamie, nearly 50,000 U.S. women experience unintended, potentially life-threatening maternal conditions or complications each year. In addition to the women who nearly lose their lives, another 700 U.S. women die each year as a result of pregnancy or delivery complications. Obstetric hemorrhage is the most common serious complication of childbirth and the most preventable cause of maternal mortality.

  • Hear Her Texas Video Campaign

    • The Hear Her Maternal Health Campaign aims to empower women and their support networks to know the urgent maternal warning signs and speak up when they have concerns. The campaign is also dedicated to encouraging everyone, including providers, caregivers, friends, and family to listen and act.

New Resource:

If you have resources from your hospital to share with other teams,

feel free to email them to



Please feel free to email Kali Vitek at with any questions.

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  • Webinars
    We are hosting a monthly webinar series on the first Tuesday of every month, from 1pm-2pm. Please email Mary Houghton for more information.
  • MPQC Maternal Opioid Use During Pregnancy Toolkit
    Click HERE to access the MPQC Maternal Opioid Use During Pregnancy Toolkit. This toolkit was developed by all the maternal health providers that encompass the Massachusetts Perinatal Quality Collaborative, the Massachusetts Department of Public Health, Bureau of Substance Abuse Services, Boston Medical Center’s STATE OBAT-B, and Institute for Health and Recovery. Additional thanks goes to Massachusetts Child Psychiatry Access Project (MCPAP for Moms) and Massachusetts Perinatal-Neonatal Quality Improvement Network with whom the initial document was conceptualized.'
  • Hospital Resources
    Click here to access a collection of policies, guidelines, and educational materials developed by different hospitals engaged in our collaborative.
  • Plan of Safe Care
    The Plan of Safe Care is a document created jointly by a pregnant or parenting woman, and her provider. This document helps women to think about what services or supports they might find useful, to record their preparations to parent and organize the care and services they are receiving. To view more information and see templates of a plan of safe care, click here. As part of the statewide initiative around plans of safe care, DPH and IHR have developed a robust web-based repository with searchable, geographically-organized substance use resources for pregnant and parenting women. The repository can be found on the IHR website here.
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