For Health Professionals

As a healthcare provider who treats pregnant and breastfeeding women and women of reproductive age, you’re well-aware of the challenges in making treatment decisions for patients who are pregnant, could become pregnant, or are nursing. Animal-only data and limited case reports may create dilemmas for you when counseling some of your female patients about the medications they may need to take for their medical conditions. But there is good news: we can help. MotherToBaby has easy-to-find fact sheets on many medications and their use during pregnancy and lactation. These fact sheets are patient-friendly and contain up-to-date, evidence-based information. For the questions you have that aren’t addressed by our fact sheets, we’re just a phone call – text – email – chat away.

We are pleased to announce that the registration for the 33rd Annual Education Meeting for the Organization of Teratology Information Specialists Members and MotherToBaby Affiliates being held June 27-30, 2020 at the Charleston Marriott is NOW OPEN. Make sure to register on or before Friday, May 15th in order to receive early bird rates! For more information, please go to: OTIS 2020 Annual Meeting.


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  • Brochures, Flyers & Posters
  • Meetings & Events

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Learn more about our organization, the service we provide, the research studies we are conducting, and how we can help you and your patients.

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Ongoing Studies

We’re sure you will agree that there are gaps in our knowledge when it comes to medication safety in pregnancy. Our MotherToBaby Pregnancy Studies aim to provide this much-needed information to healthcare providers and patients alike. To do so, we need your help – please consider referring a pregnant patient to our Pregnancy Studies today.

Our studies are observational, which means your patient will not be asked to take any medications or vaccines or change any part of her routine. Women self-enroll, so after you refer a patient, nothing further is required from you.

To refer a patient now, click here and provide the information requested; your patient will then be contacted by one of our information specialists. To learn more about our Ongoing Studies, follow the link below.

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Request Brochures, Flyers & Posters

Literature for Your Office: MotherToBaby offers FREE brochures, posters, and flyers for your office. To order materials, simply follow the link below and fill out the form.

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OTIS Annual Education Meeting

We are pleased to announce that the registration for the 33rd Annual Education Meeting for the Organization of Teratology Information Specialists Members and MotherToBaby Affiliates being held June 27-30, 2020 at the Charleston Marriott is NOW OPEN. Make sure to register on or before Friday, May 15th in order to receive early bird rates! For more information, please go to: OTIS 2020 Annual Meeting.

Come Visit Us!

MotherToBaby experts exhibit and present at many national and international scientific events. Come visit us at an upcoming meeting or event:

June 4-7, 2020
National Lipid Association Scientific Sessions
Chicago Marriott Downtown – Chicago, IL – Booth #TBA

August 13-16, 2020
American Academy of Dermatology 2020 Innovation Academy
Washington State Convention Center – Seattle, WA – Booth #TBA

October 22-25, 2020
Canadian Cardiovascular Congress 2020
Edmonton Convention Centre – Edmonton, Alberta, Canada – Booth #623

October 23-28, 2020
American College of Gastroenterology Annual Meeting
Music City Center – Nashville, TN – Booth #837

Recent Webinars

IN CASE YOU MISSED THEM! MotherToBaby, the Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine (SMFM), and the Teratology Society co-hosted a free two-part webinar series for healthcare providers on current trends in research with pregnant and lactating women; topics included the recent Task Force on Research Specific to Pregnant and Lactating Women (PRGLAC) report, exposure registries, and PregSource, NIH’s new crowdsourcing project. The webinar series can be viewed at no cost from the SMFM website.

Current and Future Trends in Research with Pregnant and Lactating Women (Part 1) – WATCH NOW! 

Using Registries and Crowdsourcing to Conduct Research with Pregnant and Lactating Women (Part 2) – WATCH NOW!