This session is for current midwifery students or anyone who is considering nurse-midwifery. Get the inside scoop from current midwifery students about their experiences as an FNU student.Find out more »
This session is presented by FNU Assistant Professor Dr. Heather Clarke and FNU President Dr. Susan Stone
It is well known that maternal and infant mortality affects black and indigenous women at a much higher rate than other races. Racism is the core of the problem. How do we rebuild systems that are based on structural racism and put strategies in place to start to build true change. This session will review the issues related to health care disparities and discuss how midwives can engage in meaningful strategies for change.Find out more »
This session is presented by FNU faculty members Dr. Ruth Ellen Elsasser and Dr. Ana Verzone
This session will provide a review of the most common conventional and evidence-based integrative medicine interventions used during perimenopause and menopause.Find out more »
This session is presented by FNU faculty members Dr. Tanya Belcheff, Dr. Cassie Belzer, Dr. Judith Butler, Martha Harvey, Dr. Audrey Perry and Heidi Loomis.
This session will provide an overview of telehealth from a midwifery perspective with special emphasis on the areas of patient engagement, group care, provider satisfaction and best practices for meeting compliance requirements.Find out more »