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Agenda

2015 Oregon AWHONN

Fall Conference

Agenda

  • Wednesday, September 9
  • Thursday, September 10
  • Friday, September 11
  • NCC Codes
  • Presenters
  • Handouts - Link available to registered attendees only starting September 1.

Posters

  • Poster Application - CLOSED

Conference Costs

This Year's Charity

  • The HOME Program by OnTrack, Inc

Wednesday, September 9 - Pre-Conference

1200-1230

Registration / Appetizers

1230-1330

Simulation Introduction

Lisa Quezada


Simultaneous scenarios repeat three times:

  1. Hypertensive Crisis
  2. Intrapartum Maternal Cardiac Arrest
  3. Newborn Stabilization

1330-1345

Break

1345-1445

Simulation / Debrief

1445-1500

Break

1500-1600

Simulation / Debrief

1600-1615

Break

1615-1715

Simulation / Debrief

1900-2030

Networking Event

Join your colleagues for some fun!

Drinks and appetizers will be available for attendees.

Networking Event

Wednesday, September 9, 1900-2030

Join your colleagues for an evening of fun and socializing. Relax. Enjoy drinks and appetizers as you meet fellow nurses from Oregon and other areas. This is a great opportunity to make new connections and reconnect with old friends. Location: Executive Suite 141, Inn at the Commons.

Thursday, September 10 - Red Heart Day

Thursday is Red Heart Day. Show your support for The American Heart Association's Go Red for Women campaign and wear red today. Heart disease is the No. 1 killer of women and is more deadly than all forms of cancer. But there’s a leadership role just waiting for women like you to pounce on: Leading the charge to end this deadly foe once and for all. So, what do you say? Are you ready to jump in and join the fight? We hope so. Because together, we can put an end to heart disease. Women, it’s time to Go Red.

0700-0800

Registration / Breakfast*

0800-0810

Welcome / Announcements

0810-0910

The Happiest Baby: Calm Crying, Boost Sleep, Reduce Postpartum Depression and Increase Lactation Success

Harvey Karp

0910-0930

Break

0930-1130

Case Studies and Critical Thinking in Fetal Monitoring: Expert Viewpoints

Roger Freeman, Lisa Miller

 1130-1150

All About OnTrack

Amanda Krug

1150-1245

Lunch / Vendor Fair

1245-1415

Breakout Sessions


A. Safeguarding Against Never Events :: Karen Harris

B. Intermittent Auscultation: Considerations for Practice Implementation :: Lisa Miller

C. And Baby Makes Four! How to Reduce Toddler Outbursts and Stress When a New Baby Joins the Family :: Harvey Karp

1415-1430

Break

1430-1530

Vendor Fair

Handouts are now available. If you have registered for the conference, you should have received an email with the link to access available handouts.


* Breakfast is available free for all attendees.

Friday, September 11

0700-0800

Breakfast*

0800-0810

Welcome / Announcements

0810-0910

Perspectives in Maternal Morbidity and Mortality

Lisa Miller

0910-1010

Maternal Substance Abuse: Intervening Early

Carissa Cousins

1010-1030

Break

1030-1130

Immunizing in Oregon

Carol Easter

1130-1230

Lunch / Vendor Fair

1230-1400

Breakout Sessions


A. Beyond the Hospital: Safe Sleep Initiative :: Andrea Bell

N. Breastfeeding Challenges: Impacting the Longevity of Breastfeeding Beyond the Hospital :: Debbie Alba

C. Hypertensive Disorders Across the Lifespan :: Robin Miller

1400-1415

Break

1415-1515

Taking Charge: Three Imperatives to Being a Good Leader

Karen Harris

1515-1530

Wrap-Up

Handouts are now available. If you have registered for the conference, you should have received an email with the link to access available handouts.


* Breakfast is available free for all attendees.

NCC Codes

Oregon AWHONN is offering suggestions on how to apply Oregon AWHONN Fall Conference CEU's to the NCC Certifications. These are suggestions only and have not been verified with NCC. Each individual submitting CEUs to NCC is responsible for ensuring the CEU meets criteria set forth by NCC. Click the image below for details.

Presenters

Debbie Alba, RN, BSN, IBCLC

Lactation Consultant

Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center


Andrea Bell, MBA, BSN, RN, CPN, CNML

Pediatric/NICU/WCS Float Pool Nurse Manager

Salem Health


Carissa Cousins, MD, MPH

Pediatrician

Samaritan Health System, ABC House, Randall Children’s Hospital Emergency Medical Group


Carol Easter, BSN, RN

Public Health Nurse Consultant

Center for Public Health of Oregon Health Authority


Roger Freeman, MD

Maternal-Fetal Medicine Physician, Founder

Perinatal Associates of Southern California


Karen Harris, MSN, RN, WHNP-BC

Vice President of Patient Care Services and Chief Nursing Officer

Henry Ford West Bloomfield Hospital


Harvey Karp, MD, FAAP

Pediatrician, Child Developmentalist, Assistant Professor

Keck School of Medicine at USC


Amanda Krug, BA, CADC2, CGAC1

Program Director

OnTrack HOME Program


Lisa Miller, CNM, JD

Certified Nurse Midwife, Lawyer, Founder

Perinatal Risk Management & Education Services


Robin Miller, MD

Internist and Integrative Medicine Specialist

Triune Integrative Medicine


Lisa Quezada, MBA, BSN, MSN

Pediatric/Adolescent/NICU Nurse Manager

Sacred Heart River Bend

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