Join us for this virtual session with Dr. Susan Stone, FNU President and ACNM President, to kick off National Midwifery Week.
This LIVE session is for you if you are a current midwifery student or if you are considering becoming a nurse-midwifery student. Join the Associate Dean of Midwifery and Women's Health and ask your pressing questions. No question is too small!
This presentation will describe a CNM-designed quality improvement project aimed at decreasing the length of stay in an obstetrical triage unit. Improved team communication, patient engagement and utilization of nurse-driven orders decreased patient time in triage and increased client and staff satisfaction. Learn how a quality improvement project can target a real clinical problem and produce real results!
This presentation will explore how empowering women through a shared decision-making process, coupled with community collaboration, can improve the implementation of effective perinatal mental health practices in the obstetric setting and communities at large.
This presentation will highlight how an Interprofessional Education, Collaboration and Service (IPECS) committee can be your driving and sustaining force on the journey to team based care and interprofessional education.
This session is for current midwifery students or anyone who is considering becoming a nurse-midwifery student. Join Frontier Nursing University’s Department Chair of Midwifery and Women’s Health and find out about education at FNU. Get the inside scoop from current midwifery students about their experiences as a midwifery student. We will be taking your questions before or during this live session!
This session will provide an overview of telemedicine from a midwifery perspective with special emphasis on the areas of patient engagement, group care, provider satisfaction and best practices for meeting compliance requirements.
This session will provide a review of the most common conventional and evidence-based integrative medicine interventions used during perimenopause and menopause.
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.
Births can be unpredictable and midwives need to be prepared for events that may not happen often, but that can have deleterious effects on our clients. In order to keep these skills honed, we need to practice reacting in the moment to complications.
In this interactive session, we will explore key elements, implementation guidance, and metrics associated with the 2021 revision of the Alliance for Innovation in Maternal Health (AIM) Care of Pregnant and Postpartum People with Substance Use Disorders Patient Safety Bundle.
Join us for an impactful panel presentation hosted in collaboration with FNU’s IHI Open School Chapter. Hear stories of FNU's mission in action through visual storytelling as nurse-midwifery alumni and faculty share their community projects and initiatives for serving diverse, rural and underserved populations.
During this educational session you will be inspired to take action and implement change in your own practice or work environment to build a culture that is inclusive and caring for all.