Current Trends in Clinical Practice
EDUCATIONAL OUTCOME: This conference will provide those attending with practical principles for implementing strategies to improve outcomes for patients experiencing post procedural pain, peripartum cardiomyopathy, sepsis and increase awareness for human trafficking. OBJECTIVES: Identify current quality initiatives impacting obstetrical practice. Understand strategies to decrease opioid use in the care of obstetrics patients. Describe the presentation and management of Peripartum Cardiomyopathy Discuss early interventions aimed at reducing morbidity and mortality related to sepsis and septic shock. Develop nursing professional’s knowledge in identifying trafficked individuals in an effort to reduce missed opportunities within the healthcare setting. 6.5 Contact Hours Provided Continuing education contact hours for this program are provided by Davenport University Mabel Engel Nursing Program as an accepted provider of continuing education credits by the Michigan Board of Nursing R338.10602G Registration by April 16, 2019 is required. 0800-0825 Registration and light breakfast 0825-0830 Welcome/Housekeeping 0830-0900 Alphabet Soup: MMMS, OBI, MIAIM, MIHEC….What do all those letters mean! Debra Rewerts RNC-OB BSN 0900-1000 Postpartum pain management of OB Procedures Dr. Michael Tsimis, MD MFM, SHMG Maternal Fetal Medicine 1000-1015 Break / Vendor Exhibits 1015-1115 Peripartum Cardiomyopathy: the good, the bad and the ugly Dr. Michael Tsimis, MD MFM 1115-1215 Simplifying Sepsis: don't get lost in the minutia Jana Belisle, MSN, RN, ACCNS-AG, CCRN 1215-1300 Lunch/ Vendor Exhibits 1300-1515 Human Trafficking Awareness & Identification in Healthcare Settings Stephanie Krieger, Analyst/Engagement Specialist 1515-1530 Evaluation and wrap-up Thank you for your continued support of AWHONN’s West Central Michigan Chapter.
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