UCSF Great Expectations Pregnancy Program
Our Great Expectations Pregnancy classes (currently offered only via Zoom) are small-group classes led by a health educator and go in-depth to cover a variety of subjects. Classes tend to fill up. We recommend registering for classes in the 2nd trimester (20-24 weeks) for early to mid 3rd trimester (30 weeks onward). If you have difficulty registering for a class, please email us at [email protected] or call 514.514.2670. Classes are updated on a quarterly basis.
- UCSF Great Expectations Pregnancy Program (class descriptions, fees, and packages)
- Class Brochure pdf
- Scholarship information: We believe everyone should have access to information. If you are unable to attend fee-based classes for financial reasons, please let us know and we will work to facilitate your participation. Call the Women’s Health Resource Center and ask about financial support at, (415) 514-2670.
UCSF Women's Health Webinars
We currently host two webinar series and hope to have more in the future. Webinars are one-hour each and registration is free. Webinars are usually live and recordings are posted within a week. Webinars are not meant to replace comprehensive content covered in the Great Expectations Pregnancy classes.
Women's Health Webinars (view series)
In our “Women’s Health” webinar series, we focus on COVID-19 and its impact on how we deliver care across our specialties.
Zooming Through Pregnancy to Parenthood (view series)
Our “Zooming through Pregnancy to Parenthood” webinar series highlights our Certified Nurse Midwives. They, along with specialists they interview, will take you through a host of prenatal and postpartum educational topics.
Emmi through MyChart
Once you register for prenatal care at UCSF, you will automatically receive a series of videos from Emmi through MyChart. Emmi is a free, interactive and generalized program that provides a very basic level of prenatal education.
Emmi programs take about 15 to 30 minutes to view, depending on the topic and internet connection. It is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week for your convenience. We encourage you to watch these videos as a basic primer and use our other resources on this website to get a more in-depth understanding of how we provide care at UCSF.