GS1 – Information Forthcoming
GS2 – Learning from Aftershock Family Members: Creating a World of Human Equity in Perinatal Care
This panel discussion will address harsh health inequities within the perinatal specialty, methods that can make significant strides to equalize care, and community resources that health care providers can access to create positive change in the lives of Black birthing people. Immerse yourself in real-life stories shared by the panelists to facilitate fostering standardized care for all birthing people with access to and receipt of the same level of deserved care.
Neel Shah, MD, MPP
Shawnee Renee Benton
GS3 – Dismantling the Stigma of Substance Use Disorder through Research and Lived Experience
This presentation seeks to bring awareness and combat stigma prevalent in the care for birthing persons with substance use disorders (SUD). Panel experts will provide an update on the latest evidence related to caring for this patient population including ways stigma acts as a barrier to optimal care and practical approaches to reduce social and structural stigma. In addition, you will hear the inspiring story of a birth mother that has successfully beat the odds and is now helping other mothers on their recovery journey. Finally, you will hear about the journey of one foster mom as she hopes to inspire you to consider the possibilities of becoming a foster parent or helping these families in crisis beyond the hospital admission.
Karen Fugate, MSN RNC-NIC, CPHQ, LSSBB-C
Shannon Morse, PHD, MS, RN, RNC-MNN, IBCLC
Tanner Wright, MD, FAAP
Helena Girouard, MPH
GS4 – Moments, Magnificence, Meaningfulness & Mindset; Essentials to Invite a Movement
What’s next is up to you(!) – and how you show up matters! Explore the moments you create that profoundly impact caring. Equip yourself with practices to magnify the best in yourself and others. Encourage conversations that bring meaningfulness to your professional practice. Embody a courageous mindset to empower a movement that accesses, amplifies and advocates for the magnificence present in BEING a nurse.
Diane Rogers, PCC, CPXP
GS5 – Information Forthcoming
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