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KY Fall AWHONN Conference **Lisa Miller powerpoints are under "Group Pages" above**
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Fall AWHONN conference Louisville, KY

When: 11/2/2017
8:00 AM
Where: Baptist Hospital Louisville
4000 Kresge Way
Louisville, Kentucky  40207
United States
Contact: Janice Gibbs

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Speakers include: 

  • Lisa Miller, CNM, JD
  • Cheryl Parker, DNP, CRNA, RNC-OB
  • Zaria Murrel, MD, FACS
  • Loren Nelson, MSN, RN, CCRN-K, CDE, MLDE, CPT
  • Susan Atchison, MS, CCC-SLP
  • Tara Mason, OTR/L
  • Debbie Mueller, RN
  • Abou-Chebl, MD


·         Discuss current trend in perinatal litigation

·         Identify the relationship between documentation and deposition

·         List three strategies for risk reduction

·         Discuss fetal oxygenation during labor

·         Explain the relationship between uterine activity and fetal acid-base

·         Identify the components of uterine activity evaluation

·         Describe clinical and legal factors to consider with oxytocin use in labor

·         Define rape trauma syndrome (RTS)    

·         Identify three signs and symptoms of rape trauma syndrome (RTS)

·         List three approaches to respectful intrapartum care

·         Describe the signs and symptoms of conditions that require surgical intervention.

·         Describe the nursing care and medical interventions to manage the surgical conditions.

·         Develop a greater understanding of the physiology of diabetes in pregnancy and subsequent risks of poor diabetes management.

·         Identify appropriate treatment options for patients with diabetes in pregnancy including dietary adjustments and medication administration.

·         Analyze the information presented in order to adequately manage and educate patients with diabetes in pregnancy, leading to positive outcomes for the mother and newborn(s). 

·         Describe the implications of prematurity and the neonatal care environment on life after the NICU.

·         Describe the role of occupational and speech therapy in treatment strategies.

·         Identify communication strategies between team members.

·         State two reasons it is important to have a Perinatal Palliative Care Program in place.

·         Recognize three basic components of a perinatal palliative care birthplan.

·         Distinguish stroke signs/symptoms with ischemic and hemorrhagic etiology.

·         Discuss current acute stoke treatment guidelines.

·         Discuss current recommendation and data related to stroke in pregnancy.

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