Essential Resources for Healthcare Professionals

Research and best practices are the foundation of Count the Kicks. We built our mission on evidence that proves the benefits of tracking fetal movements.

Provider Academy
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CE Training for Healthcare Professionals

Gain a deeper understanding of our evidence-based stillbirth prevention campaign and learn how to talk to expectant parents about fetal movement.

Impact

The Impact of Stillbirth on Families

Kimberly Noble Piper, the Executive Officer for the Center for Congenital and Inherited Disorders and the State Genetics Coordinator for the Iowa Department of Public Health, discusses the impact that stillbirth has on families and medical providers.

TESTIMONIALS

“There is no doubt that Count the Kicks was critically important in reducing the stillbirth rate here in Iowa and I am sure it’s going to do the same across the country and around the world.”

–Dr. Neil Mandsager, Medical Director, MercyOne Perinatal Center

Educational Materials

Order Count the Kicks Materials

Our printed materials make it easy for maternal healthcare providers and others who work with expectant parents to have a conversation about kick-counting. These materials (including posters, brochures, and app reminder cards) are free to order in our state partner states, and available for a low cost in other states.

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TESTIMONIALS

"If both the patient and the physician utilized the Count the Kicks program, the way it's designed to be utilized, I think there would be a significant reduction in the number of stillbirths across the country."

Dr. Stephen Hunter, Associate Director of the Iowa Statewide Perinatal Care Program

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Disclaimer

This information is for educational purposes only and is not meant for diagnosis or treatment. Use of this information should be done in accordance with your healthcare provider.