Our Mentorship Program is designed to pair NICUs that require additional support with data abstraction, entry, and analysis with experienced mentors from other member centers. Mentorship relationships have led to rich and long-lasting partnerships between member centers. If you are interested in being paired with a mentor or in mentoring another member center, fill out the survey below and our team will be in touch with you.
“I have been mentored by Julie Evans, Children's Hospital Los Angeles. She has promptly responded to all my questions, even when she was home sick (I didn't know that at the time of course!), and she also gave me much needed moral support during my first Data Finalization process”. - Megan Javidi, Providence Tarzana Medical Center
“Beth Berry, Bakersfield Memorial Hospital, was SO patient and knowledgeable about the process of CPQCC Data collection. When I started the data collection alone, she was always available to return my calls on any CPQCC questions. Beth is a great resource mentor for CPQCC and I shall always appreciate her kindness, patience and knowledge-----Thank You Beth.” - Jean Yaussi RN BSN, Glendale Memorial Hospital and Health Center
“Amy Johnson, Sutter Roseville Medical Center, goes above and beyond in her role as the clinical data coordinator for our hospitals. Her thoroughness has made it possible for all of the departments involved in CPQCC and HRIF-QCI data collection and patient tracking to have the information needed to complete the data from hospital to age three.” - Teresa Androvich RN PNP, Anderson Lucchetti Women's and Children's Center
“Cindy Bell at UCLA has been a wonderful resource for me for the many years I have been doing CPQCC data collection. She is always prompt in returning my calls and has a wealth of knowledge. Our work relationship has created a wonderful friendship.” – Cheri Mudryk, RN CCRN, Kern Medical Center