9-10:30 am (Concurrent Sessions)
NE1: It’s Not Rocket Science, It’s Just Fetal Monitoring!
Speaker: Lisa Miller, CNM, JD
Einstein once said, “If you can’t explain it simply, you don’t understand it well enough.” This session will take that quote to heart. We will review common concerns in electronic fetal monitoring and intermittent auscultation and provide instructor-level insights into everyday situations such as Pitocin use and Category 2 management. From legal issues in fetal monitoring, the keys to creating and establishing shared mental models, and a discussion of common misconceptions, you will leave with the insights and tools needed to take your teaching and your practice to the next level. Bring your questions, too, as the session will include time for discussion.
NE2: Post Resuscitation Care of the Depressed Neonate
Speaker: Jay P. Goldsmith, MD
During this session, Jay Goldsmith will review an evidence-based approach to the post-resuscitation care of a depressed newborn. Included in this discussion will be how to address the role of umbilical cord blood gas analysis in the evaluation of the fetal state prior to delivery and how it can serve to guide management.
Speakers: Brianna Henderson, PFP, and Jamie Agunsday, MA, MSN, RNC-OB, Julie Zaharatos, MPH, Deborah Burch, DNP, RN
After attending this session, you will gain an understanding of the role and focus of Maternal Mortality Review Committees (MMRC) and how MMRCs drive changes in practice with clinical recommendations and interventions aimed at eliminating maternal mortality. Included in this presentation will be several compelling personal stories that highlight the importance of this work and how every member of the health care team can contribute to saving lives. Hear more from Brianna.
NE4: Reproductive Justice: A Framework and Movement for Us All
Speakers: Miriam Yeung, MPA, and Ebony Marcelle, DNP, CNM, FACNM
This is an interactive workshop open to all who long for a different, better world. Learn about the fundamentals of reproductive justice — what it is and what it is not and why it’s important. Engage deeply in a case study of reproductive justice in action; and discover how to use reproductive justice in your practice. This session is presented by Miriam Yeung, long-time reproductive justice activist, and Ebony Marcelle, Midwife and Black Maternal Health Consultant.
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