Pregnancy Loss and Infant Death Alliance

PLIDA serves as leaders in perinatal and neonatal bereavement care.

We do this through education, advocacy and networking for health care providers and parent advocates. We promote the highest quality of consistent evidence based care for all families. Providing perinatal bereavement care is imperative. It is not an option.

We express our mission through professional continuing education, the establishment of position statements and practice guidelines, unified response to issues in the media or legislation, and by creating a network for professionals to share questions, resources, insight and support.

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Join the PLIDA Team!

PLIDA is now hiring for an Advancement Manager to lead the initiative for obtaining and securing grant and financial opportunities, overseeing the proposal process, and identifying corporate support opportunities that align with PLIDA’s mission.  Some of the qualifications include: 

  • Prefer at least 5 years of grant writing & fundraising experience 
  • Experience in grants Management, fundraising projects, and outreach
  • Exceptional interpersonal skills and the ability to develop relationships of trust and respect with those entities interfacing with PLIDA, PLIDA members, colleagues, sponsors, exhibitors, volunteers, and donors
Review the full job description here!

IPBC Plenary Speakers Announced

PLIDA has released the Plenary Speakers for the 2022 International Perinatal Bereavement Conference held in Denver, CO on October 12 - 15, 2022. This conference appeals to any professional who provides care to families experiencing a perinatal death or engaging in research within the field including obstetricians, maternal fetal medicine physicians, neonatologists, palliative care physicians, advanced practice nurses, midwives, physician assistants, nurses, social workers, genetic counselors, ultrasonographers, chaplains, funeral directors, childlife specialists, lactation consultants, psychologists, childbirth educators, policy makers, program administrators, researchers, professors, and parent advocates, among many others.

View the Plenary Speakers now!