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The History and Future of Race, Healthcare and Justice
Presented by: Dorothy Roberts, BA, JD

This CE opportunity helps healthcare professionals learn the history of black women’s health and how to advocate for them in a medical setting. The discussion covers how the biological concepts of race, structural racism and implicit bias contribute to health inequalities.

Leading in Uncertain and Transformative Times
Presented by: Cy Wakeman, MS, CSP

This keynote and workshop will honor the professionalism and dedication of your caregivers and provide strategies to restore commitment to the field, rejuvenate spirits and to mine the Pandemic experience in an intentional way to fuel Post-Traumatic Growth.

Multidisciplinary Team Challenges to Caring for Patients with Hypoxic Ischemic Encephalopathy
Presented by: Stephen DeMeo, DO, MEd

Explore the challenges to team-based interdisciplinary care when caring for infants with Hypoxic Ischemic Encephalopathy

Addressing Neonatal/Perinatal Health Disparities from the Bedside, Achieving Health Equity Through Neonatal Therapists (NANT Webinar)
Presented by: Dr. Terri Major-Kincade, MD, MPH, FAAP

CE credit also applies to nurses | Learners will review trends in neonatal and maternal mortality with emphasis on racial disparities, highlighting life course perspective and social determinants of health | Six areas of expertise for neonatal therapists are highlighted to improve health equity by directly empowering marginalized parents

Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome Symposium: Caring for Opioid-Exposed Dyads Across the Perinatal Continuum
Presented by: Davida Schiff, MD, MSc

Review common myths and misperceptions in the care of opioid-exposed mother infant dyads | Support families impacted by substance use disorder at a vulnerable time following delivery | Provide non-stigmatizing, patient-centered, trauma informed care to opioid-exposed dyads in the inpatient or outpatient setting

The Impact of Bias on Respectful Nursing Care
Presented by: Rachelle Nurse, PhD, MSHA, RN, WHNP-BC

Dr. Nurse is a Women’s Health Practitioner and Associate Professor at the Nelda C. Stark College of Nursing. This CE will focus on bias, microaggression, impact on patient outcomes and interventions for nurses to assist in providing respectful nursing care.

Hot Topics in Neonatal Skin Care
Presented by: Carolyn Lund, RN, MSN, FAAN

Review current choices for skin disinfection in NICU patients in terms of efficacy and potential toxicity and controversies related to chlorhexidine gluconate bathing in NICU patients | Describe problems, challenges and new technologies related to medical adhesives in the NICU | Identify devices in NICU that are at risk for development of pressure ulcers

Infant Sleep Safety in the NICU: The Successful Transition Home
Presented by: Michael B. Goodstein, MD

Gain knowledge about the AAP recommendations on SIDS risk-reduction | Identify barriers and opportunities to promote infant sleep safety in the NICU | Utilize communication techniques for engaging families in meaningful conversations regarding infant sleep safety in the home | Discuss the importance of developing a consistent infant sleep safety transition program in the NICU

Navigating Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome for NICU Leaders
Presented by: Stephen DeMeo, DO, MEd

Describe the current trends in the incidence of NAS in the US and at least one effect this trend has on the healthcare system and/or on NICU’s | Outline two or more challenges frequently encountered when using clinical assessment tools for infants with NAS, and two recent innovations | List three pharmacologic and/or non-pharmacologic treatment options for infants with NAS | Discuss two reasons why understanding local data prior to implementing process change is critical for a program’s success

Providing Neurodevelopmental Care in the NICU (ANN Webinar)
Presented by: Taryn Temples, MSN, RNC-NIC, CNE Instructor

Discuss the development of the fetal brain and sensory systems of touch, taste, smell, hearing and vision | Discuss the impact of the NICU experience and its relationship to neurodevelopment | Describe neurodevelopmental care strategies in the NICU for each of the five core concepts of developmental care

Adventures and Misadventures in Vascular Access for NICU Patients
Presented by: Carolyn Lund, RN, MSN, FAAN

Ultrasound-guided PICC placement in NICU patients | New products and techniques for securement of central venous catheters| New alternative to central access, the extended dwell intravenous catheters | Notable misadventures in IV therapy in the NICU, specifically IV extravasation injuries and occluded CVCs

To Sleep…Perchance to Develop (ANN Webinar)
Presented by: Susan Ludington, PhD, CNM, CKC, FAAN

Relate the stages of sleep for infants up to 52 weeks post-conceptional age | Discuss the relationship between sleep and brain development | Verbally convey to others three types of interventions to promote optimal sleep in neonates in the NICU

Neonatal Skin Health of the Diapered Area
Presented by: Marty Visscher, PhD

Description and comparison of premature and full-term skin at birth and through the first months | Factors impacting diaper skin integrity and function vs. gestational age | Strategies for product use and assessment methods to prevent skin compromise and maintain skin health

Positioning the Neonate for Best Outcomes
Positioning the Neonate for Best Outcomes

Benefits of proper positioning | Goal of supportive positioning and positioning practices | Parent and family integration and partnership | Implications for providing individualized, supportive care

How Science Improves Neonatal Skin Care in the NICU
Presented by: Marty Visscher, PhD

Strategy to address skin issues that challenge nurses in routine care of premature and full-term NICU patients | Causes of skin compromise serve as basis for evidence-based approach for facilitating skin development and preventing and restoring skin damage

Every Interaction Matters: Integration of Developmental Care in the NICU
Presented by: Kati Knudsen, PT, MPT, CNT, DCS, CLE

Identify key components of developmental care to support long-term outcomes in preterm infants | Strategies to promote brain and sensory development | Incorporating parents | Mitigation of pain and discomfort

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