Every Woman, Every Baby
Congratulations Oregon AWHONN Members!
In 2013, your contributions to the Every Woman, Every Baby campaign helped to achieve important outcomes for our patients. We had the greatest participation rate with 13.2% of our members donating a total of $1,892.
This year, two Sections will be awarded complimentary registration to the 2015 AWHONN Annual Convention in Long Beach, CA for supporting and promoting the Every Woman, Every Baby campaign.
Award: Section with the greatest participation rate based on a percentage of their total Section membership.
Award: Section that raises the most for the Every Woman, Every Baby campaign.
Prize: AWHONN Convention Registration
Award Year: January 1 to December 31, 2014
So far, Oregon AWHONN is in the top five for both award categories! Help us win them both by making a donation today.
With only 24 hours in a day it may be hard to imagine that 10,000 women give birth daily in the U.S. Nurses work every day, every hour to help create healthy women and newborns and every day AWHONN supports the nurses who care for them. Together, we're improving the care of women throughout their lifespan and helping babies get the best start possible.
Gifts to Every Woman, Every Baby help achieve important outcomes for our most precious resources, our patients. Your gifts support our work to improve care for late preterm infants, increase breastfeeding, champion spontaneous labor and encourage healthier habits for women at every stage of life.
We could not do this very important work without YOU! Please help us continue to support you in giving families a lifetime of beautiful memories by making a donation to Every Woman, Every Baby today.
Donors like you ensure AWHONN can continue to:
- Conduct original research and provide the most current guidance on fetal heart monitoring, labor support, patient safety and much more.
- Produce evidence-based guidelines that improve practice and outcomes.
- Create informative and impactful online resources like clinical position statements, standards of practice and education guides.
- Strengthen AWHONN's position as a leading voice for women's health, obstetric and neonatal nursing policy makers and industry stakeholders.