Champlain Maternal Newborn Regional Program

Perinatal Loss, Ottawa
This program is intended for interprofessional health care providers.

CMNRP partner organizations benefit from special registration fees


You qualify for a partner rate if you are an employee of one of the organizations below: 



If you are an employee (e.g. RN, RPN, RT, SW) currently working in the Birthing Unit, the Mother-Baby Unit or the SCN/NICU of CHEO, TOH, KHSC.  No fee


If you are an employee of one of these hospitals but currently working on another unit or department - Partner fee-  $195




If you are an employee of the following hospitals:


Almonte General, Brockville General, Cornwall Community, Hawkesbury and District General, Montfort, Pembroke Regional,  Perth & Smiths Falls District, Queensway Carleton, Quinte Health Care, Winchester District Memorial.   Partner fee - $195.00




If you are an employee of the following:

Ottawa Public Health, Carlington CHC, Centretown CHC, Somerset West CHC, South East Ottawa CHC, or the Ottawa Birth and Wellness Centre.

Partner fee - $195.00




If your organization is not a contributing partner of CMNRP, or you are not an employee of the organizations mentioned above. (e.g. resident, midwife, physician, student).

Other Stakeholders fee - $250.00



We will be corresponding by email. Please ensure you type in the correct address.

Monday, October 28th, 2019
401 Smyth Rd.
Ottawa, ON
K1H 8L1
1192 Boardroom, 8:30-4:30
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Registration Deadline
Friday, October 25th, 2019
Event Description

Target Audience:  This program is intended for providers who care for families who have experienced a perinatal loss (e.g. nurses, social workers, chaplains, midwives, genetic counselors, physicians, child life specialists, ultrasonographers, public health nurses, and funeral directors).


This one-day workshop provides a solid foundation of theoretical and clinical knowledge to facilitate effective care of families experiencing a perinatal loss. This workshop also addresses the potential effects of perinatal loss on practitioners as a result of caring for bereaved families.



  • Describe different types of perinatal losses and outline the grief process.
  • Explore the significance of perinatal loss in the lives of childbearing families.
  • Discuss the role of care providers including specific interventions to support bereaved families.
  • Identify the challenges associated with providing support to bereaved families.
  • Identify self-care strategies for care providers and other members of the health care team who are affected by loss.
  • Identify resources available for parents and caregivers.

Please download the attached Perinatal Loss-Workshop Handout and bring it with you to the workshop.

Contact & Support

Ariane Cloutier,  Tel. 613-737-2660 x 2660

8:30am - 4:30pm
Perinatal Loss workshop
Cancellation &
Refund Policy

Cancellation less than 2 weeks prior to the workshop will be subject to a $50 administration fee.

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