Presentation on theme: "Perinatal Outreach Education PROJECT"— Presentation transcript:
1 Perinatal Outreach Education PROJECT Dr. Shauna PopsonWest Virginia Wesleyan College
2 Educational Activities Substance Abuse Presentations by Stephanie Nicodemus, CNM, Dr. Mike Stitely, and Dr. Stefan MaxwellWheeling, Weirton, Thomas Memorial, Raleigh County Medical AssociationStephanie presented at the 2010 Spring Continuing Education Conference for Social WorkersConference on Maternal and Infant Mental Health at Sharp Hospital, Weston—Dr. MaxwellWeb-ex webinar to be posted this summer with CEUs and CMEs
3 Answering the Questions of Perinatal Illicit Substance Exposure Presented bySandra Young, DNP, RNCWhere: Wheeling Hospital, Conference Room – CWhen: April 26, TuesdayTime: 11:30 AM until 12:45 PM (Light lunch provided)Where: Reynolds Medical Center Community Room Time: 7 AM until 8:15 AM (breakfast provided) Objectives:At the conclusion of this educational offering, the participant will be able to:1. Identify times when further actions should be taken to assess for substance use during pregnancy.2. Describe methods of identification of substance exposure.3. Identify signs and symptoms of Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome.4. Discuss resources for treatment when substance exposure has been identified.
4 Dr. Shailini Singh Grand Rounds at WVU--OB GYN “A Novel Approach in the Management of Pregnancy Associated with Metabolic Syndrome and Decreasing Perinatal Morbidity due to Preeclampsia and Prematurity”
5 POSTPARTUM HEMORRHAGE: Review and Simulation Experience Dr. Jay BringmanDr. Michael StitelyDescribe common causes, risk factors, and signs & symptoms of postpartum hemorrhageDescribe conservative management of uterine atony and abnormal placentationReview strategies of blood product replacementDescribe the management of advanced ectopic pregnancy and abnormal placental attachmentParticipants will practice direct uterine pressure. MDs will practice damage control surgical techniques
7 Networking….. Posters that details our mission and your work… Breastfeeding Symposium—June 2010Maternal and Infant Mental Health Conference--July 2010Growing Healthy Children Conference—August 2010WV Perinatal Summit—November 2010Newborn Day—April 2011Women’s Conference—May 2011Multidisciplinary and Multi-agency focus..WV Go Sane-Foundation for Rape Information ServicesJim Matney with WVSBIRT Clinical Project Director Bureau for Behavioral Health and Health Facilities and Janine Breyel and her committeeShenandoah University—affiliation with WV Wesleyan to establish a midwifery program and nurse practitioner in psychiatric nursingWV Breastfeeding Alliance—working with Cinny Kittle on Road ShowWorking with Ann Dacey on Hospital AssessmentsPiloted a Community Baby Shower in Upshur County with nursing students
8 Nurse Manager Survey I. Priority of Topics Identified Needs:Advanced Fetal Monitoring (8)AWHONN Standards of Care (10)Postpartum Hemorrhage (8)Preeclampsia (7)Tool Kit for Neonatal Resuscitation (5)STABLE (1 day course) (5)Conducted April and May 2011 on Survey Monkey
9 Second Areas of Interest: Limiting Late Pre-term DeliveriesDiabetes in PregnancyPostpartum Depression, mood and Anxiety DisordersHigh Touch Nursing Care During Labor and DeliveryModerate to Low Interest in:Use of Progesterone to reduce PTLBreastfeeding for Health Care ProvidersSkin-to-Skin After BirthDomestic Violence Screening
15 Future Plans forBetter diagnosis of Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome thereby preventing uncontrolled withdrawal.Better identification of women who are abusing illicit substances through skilled interviews so that prenatal treatment can occur and baby is born without NAS.Improvement in fetal monitoring skills to prevent fetal hypoxia.Timely and appropriate intervention during the emergency of postpartum hemorrhage that will prevent anemia, DIC, and emergency hysterectomies, or loss of life.Targeted training for community-based nurses to stabilize and care for premature, or ill neonates until transport arrives.Improve adherence to AWHONN’s Standards among the delivering hospitals.Care and treatment of the preeclamptic mother to prevent morbidity and mortality.