The U.S. has a complex history with race and reproduction, which has led to negative health outcomes for women and other birthing people of color. As reproductive and maternal health practitioners, we have a role to do no harm, but what does that really mean? And how do we grapple with historic harms whose effects still manifest today? This talk will provide historical context on reproductive oppression and discuss our role in advancing reproductive and maternal health equity today.
Join FNU's nurse-midwifery faculty as we explore the roles, experiences, joys, and challenges of a career as a Certified Nurse-Midwife. We will discuss the path nurses can take to advanced practice nursing and what to expect once they get there. Come prepared with your questions about a career in nurse-midwifery.
In this interactive session, we will explore best practices for depression screening and care, application of the Screening, Brief Intervention, Referral to Treatment ( SBIRT) model to normalize depression screening, and holistic treatment planning for diverse individuals using a Shared Decision Making model.
Mindfulness Self Care for the Provider
Providers are in increasingly stressful environments. In this hour-long presentation we will cover the history of mindfulness, supporting research, and its evidence-based use in practice and self care. We will teach various formal and informal practices that can be used at the moment.
This continuing education activity is pending approval by Frontier Nursing University.
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