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Kentucky Perinatal Association NAS Seminar
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Kentucky Perinatal Association along with March of Dimes presents: "Linkage of Care: Conception to Two Years Post Hospital Discharge" See photos in photo gallery for speaker information and registration forms

When: 3/2/2018
8:30 AM
Where: Madison County Cooperative Extension
230 Duncannon Lane
Richmond, Kentucky  40475
United States
Presenter: KPA and March of Dimes
Contact: Gary Walls

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Kentucky Perinatal Association

Kentucky Department of Public Health

(Maternal and Child Health)

March of Dimes


“The Newborn with Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome”

Linkage of Care: Conception to Two Years Post Hospital Discharge


In Conjunction with Madison County Schools



March 2, 2018


Madison County Cooperative Extension

230 Duncannon Lane

Richmond, Kentucky


 (4 CEU’s Credits for Attendees, i.e., Nurses and Social Workers)


8:30 am Registration




9:00 am “An Overview of NAS in Kentucky: Goals of the Workshop”

Henrietta Bada, MD, MPH


9:15 am “Treatment of Mothers with Opioid Dependence…. Pathways”

Jason D.E. Joy, MS, LMFT


10:05 am “The Non-Pharmacologic Management of NAS Infants”

Tonia Reid, MD, FAAP




11:10 pm “Discharge Teaching (What, When and How)”

Lisa McGee, RN, MSN and Joyce Robl, EdD, MS, CGC




12:30 pm “Safe Sleep and Plan of Safe Care”

Cindy S. Crabtree, D.O., FAAP


1:20 pm “Discussion Forum: Lessons Learned”

Henrietta Bada, MD, MPH


2:20 pm Evaluations - Adjourn




The Newborn with Neonatal Abstinence

“Linkage of Care: Conception to Two Years Post Hospital Discharge”


-Professional Area of Interest -

Public Health – Maternal and Child Health Professionals – Nurses, Administrators & Social Workers

NICU Personnel

Newborn Nursery Personnel

Hospital Discharge Planners




(This is necessary to determine arrangements for meeting space, CEU’s, Breaks and Meals)


Kentucky Perinatal Association Members

Kentucky Public Health Personnel

Non-Member Professionals – Care for NAS Families


(The Above is Provided by a Special Grant)


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REGISTRATION:  – Madison County Extension Cooperative

    March 2nd – 8:30am




Email Address:


Employer: _________________________         Facility: ________________________


Title: ____________________ __ RN ___LPN ___ Social Worker ___ Other (Check One)



Mail to :      Kentucky Perinatal Association

                   Attention: Gary L. Walls

                   Executive Director

P.O. Box #577

Shelbyville, Kentucky 40066-0577


(Must be received by February 23rd)



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