The Training, Education, & Advocacy in Miscarriage Management project (TEAMM), is an interdisciplinary educational program that trains and support healthcare teams to integrate high quality, patient-centered early pregnancy loss services into their outpatient and emergency room settings. TEAMM uses a multi-faceted and systems approach: didactic, experiential, and hands-on learning for the entire care team. Since its founding in 2008 at the University of Washington, TEAMM has trained over 3000 people at nearly 100 clinical and academic sites in the United States. The project is led by OB/GYN Professor Sarah Prager.
Apply to be a TEAMM site
- If your clinical site is located in Washington State, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
- If your clinical site is located outside of Washington State, please fill out this brief application to be considered for our next review.