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The RTS training is applicable to clinical practice in both inpatient, outpatient, and home. The format and delivery of content is thoughtful, evidenced-based, and relevant. The activities woven throughout are meaningful and elegantly timed to best meet the learning needs of conference participants. The conference is also constructed to meet the learning needs of novice caregivers, as well as, experienced caregivers.

"This training was by far one of the best I've ever participated in during my career as a registered nurse. I feel that I gained so much knowledge as to how to provide the best possible care to our families suffering from a perinatal loss. The presenters were excellent and the content was very appropriate. Thank you for providing such an in depth well run program for us."

"I would recommend this training for all professionals who have the opportunity to attend and work with patients with pregnancy losses. It was one of the best courses I have attended!"

"Training was user friendly making it easy to bring back to the workplace and train others."

" This was one of the most moving experiences I have ever participated in."

"I loved everything about this conference. It was both informative and rewarding. As someone who has gone through a loss it was helpful to me both as a patient who has gone through it and a nurse."

"Very happy with the conference! I added to my knowledge base. Loved the current and evidence based research. Can't wait to look over the manual. I see it is filled with great information."

"Awesome presentation! I was impressed with how much things have changed since 2000 when I first attended RTS. I thought it was great then, even better now."

"I came away with specific ideas regarding how we can take our hospital practices to the next level, particularly around standardizing care for all points of entry."

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