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Pregnancy Care ECHO

Obstetrics Educational Resources & Support


ONDT Education Team 


Every other Friday
Noon- 1pm MST

Please see schedule below



The Pregnancy Care ECHO group connects obstetrics specialists in both rural and urban areas.

Using teleconferencing technologies to facilitate an effective "knowledge network," advanced practice clinicians, midwives, family physicians, and obstetricians can enhance their knowledge of high-risk pregnancy care in a safe learning environment.

Providers and their peers will have the opportunity to present real life cases and receive feedback from a multidisciplinary team of experts. In addition, they can look forward to hearing the latest in clinical trends from leading experts in the field of obstetrics.

Pregnancy Care ECHO offers community providers at all levels of obstetric experience, access to a team of obstetrics specialists with the goal of increasing treatment efficacy in pregnancy care.

CME Credit

Providers are awarded 1.0 hour of ACCME Category 1 CME credit at no cost for each Pregnancy Care ECHO session attended.

Full instructions for claiming CME are available in the CME Learner Information Packet.

Why Should I Submit a Case?

Case presentations allow for a collaborative learning environment where everyone has an opportunity to learn, and everyone has an opportunity to teach. Anyone can submit a case on the topic being presented in the session. 

If you are having trouble diagnosing a patient, need help determining a treatment plan, or are looking for help in supporting a patient in their pregnancy, you may consider submitting a case. Our team and the other participants will listen with empathy and help determine a best course of action. Your case may be a learning opportunity for other participants. 

We welcome any questions you may have about pregnancy care case submissions.

Note that case topics DO need to align with the session topic.

2022 Pregnancy Care ECHO Schedule



 Presenter (s)

January 14, 2022 Sexual Assault in Pregnancy  Stephanie St. Clair, RN
January 28, 2022  Post Cesarean Section Complications Matt Givens, MD

February 11, 2022

Don’t You Dare Take My Coffee: Evidence Behind What to Avoid During Pregnancy

Talia Kostick, MD

February 25, 2022 Dermatoses / Skin Changes in Pregnancy Kim Moyle, MD
March 11,  2022 Shared Decision Making in Obstetrics  Ashley Shea, MD
March 25, 2022 Trauma in Pregnancy Ann Bruno, MD
April 8, 2022 Sepsis in Pregnancy Susan Dalton, MD
April 22, 2022

Prenatal Genetic Screening and Testing: An Overview

Jhennette Lauder, MD
May 6, 2022 Fetal Monitoring Adebayo Adesomo, MD
May 20, 2022

Exercise in Pregnancy

Extra Documents/Resources:

ACOG Committee Opinion: Physical Activity and Exercise during Pregnancy and the Postpartum Period 

ACOG Exercises During Pregnancy

ACSM Being Active During Pregnancy

ACSM Being Active During Pregnancy (Spanish)

IUGA Pelvic Floor Exercises

IUGA Pelvic Floor Exercises (Spanish)

Canadian Society Pre-Exercise Evaluation

Aaron Gale, MD
June 3, 2022

Approach to Mental Health Treatment in Pregnancy

Postpartum Support International (website)

Utah Department of Health Maternal Mental Health Referral Network (website)

MotherToBaby Utah (website)

Lauren Gimbel, MD
June 17, 2022 Hypertension Update Amy Sullivan, MD
July 1, 2022 Labor and Delivery in a Low Resource Setting Kim Walhof, MD
July 15, 2022 What's New In OB Hemorrhage? Prevention and Treatment Brett Einerson, MD
August 5, 2022 TBD Ann Bruno, MD
August 19, 2022 Evaluation and Treatment of Anemia in Pregnancy Christi Elmore, CNM
September  2, 2022 Fetal Growth Restriction Nathan Blue, MD
September  16, 2022 Substance Use Disorder  Family Practice OB Fellow
October 7, 2022 TBD Heather Campbell, MD
October 21, 2022 Anxiety and OCD in Pregnancy Lauren Gimbel, MD
November 4, 2022 TBD TBD
November 18th, 2022 Group A Strep Erin Clark, MD
December 2, 2022 Substance Use Disorder Family Practice OB Fellow
December 16th, 2022 What's Available in Fetal Surgery Martha Monson, MD

Previous Pregnancy Care Sessions



Erin Clark, MD

Associate Professor and Division Chief
Maternal-Fetal Medicine

Program Director
Maternal-Fetal Medicine Fellowship


Amy Sullivan, MD

Associate Professor
Obstetrics & Gynecology