Sunday, April 7, 2019

Sunday, April 7, 2019

9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Fetal Monitoring Certification Review Course

Sara Bronson, MSN, RN, CNL, Nursing Practice Specialist, ThedaCare Regional Medical Center-Appleton, WI

Jan McIntosh, BSN, RNC-OB, C-EFM, Patient Care Manager, Labor & Delivery, Aurora West Allis Medical Center, West Allis, WI

Anne Kuschel, RN, BSN, Staff Nurse, Educator, Mayo Clinic Health System, Franciscan Healthcare - La Crosse, La Crosse, WI

This course is for nurses, certified nurse midwives, and physicians to review test content and competencies to prepare for the National Certification Corporation (NCC) subspecialty examination in electronic fetal monitoring. The content includes a review of the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) pattern recognition and interpretation, physiology of fetal oxygenation, and effects of complications of labor and maternal conditions on the fetal heart rate.

The speakers disclosed no relevant conflicts of interest.

12:00 - 2:30 p.m.

    

OB Hypertensive Crisis: How do we improve?

Paul Boeder, MD, Obstetrician, SSM Health  St. Mary’s Hospital – Madison, WI

Nancy Patrick, MSN, RNC-OB, C-EFM, Advanced Clinical RN, Women’s & Children’s Center for Professional Practice and Development, SSM Health  St. Mary’s Hospital – Madison, WI

OB Drill team Members: Vickie Nichols, RN; Angela Walthers, RN; Rachel Leonhard, RN

This session is for you if you want to:

Learn how to use low fidelity simulation drills to practice your response to a hypertensive crisis.
The session will include:
Practice using Team STEPPS Communication in emergencies;
Strategies to work effectively with your multidisciplinary team;
Strategies to improve patient safety and quality resulting in decreased maternal morbidity and mortality;
Interventions in the Severe Hypertension in pregnancy maternal safety bundle.

This session will be repeated from 3-5:30 p.m.

The speakers disclosed no relevant conflicts of interest.

12:00 – 3:00 p.m.

Perinatal Quality Collaboratives

Barbara Murphy, MSN, RN, Program Director, Children's Hospitals Neonatal Consortium (CHNC), Milwaukee, WI

This session will outline what perinatal quality collaboratives are, the value of them, and current quality improvement projects of the Wisconsin Perinatal Quality Collaborative. Join us to learn more about how your facility or organization can be part of WisPQC!

12:00-3:00 p.m.

Behavioral Emergencies and the Basics of Crisis De-escalation

 Thomas P. Luzinski, PhD, Retired, Former Departmental Chair for the Criminal Justice Program at Marian University; National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) instructor on crisis intervention team training for law enforcement officers
 
Crisis intervention is often called "emotional first-aid." This presentation is designed to introduce participants to the fundamentals of crisis recognition, intervention, and de-escalation as they are aligned with best-practice protocols (i.e. “The Memphis Model”), for assisting individuals in the throes of crisis situations. This overview will align itself with the basics of Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) training which is taught to law enforcement officers in their 40-hour training; and fuse that to the needs of perinatal medical specialists.
 
The speakers disclosed no relevant conflicts of interest.

12:00-3:00 p.m.

Comprehensive Care for Substance Use Disorders: Pregnancy and beyond

Charles Schauberger, MD, MS, Physician, Gundersen Health System, La Crosse, WI
 
Jean M. Colburn, RN, Gundersen Health System , La Crosse, WI

Danielle Peeso-Shepard, RN, Care Coordination RN, Gundersen Health Organization, La Crosse, WI

Krista Rasque, MSW, CAPSW, Social Worker, Gundersen Health System, La Crosse, WI
 
Jacquelyn Tock, MA, LPC, CSAC, Mental Health & Addictions Therapist, Gundersen Health System, La Crosse, WI

Ann E. Budzak, MD, Pediatrician, Gundersen Health System, La Crosse, WI

Carolynn Devine, CSW, Social Worker, Gundersen Health Systems, La Crosse, WI
 
Janet Hess, RN, BSN
 

This three-part presentation will address the care of pregnant women and infants affected by substance use disorders across the continuum. The presenters will: 1) Describe a model of comprehensive care for pregnant women with substance use disorder in pregnancy designed to meet medical needs of the patients and provide organizational and community resources to their special needs; 2) Describe approaches to counseling from an addiction therapist’s perspective; and 3) Describe a comprehensive approach to the care of infants born to mothers with substance use disorder. The presenters will share results from their experiences. 

The speakers disclosed no relevant conflicts of interest.

3:00 - 5:30 p.m.

OB Hypertensive Crisis: How do we improve?

Paul Boeder, MD, Obstetrician, SSM Health  St. Mary’s Hospital – Madison, WI

Nancy Patrick, MSN, RNC-OB, C-EFM, Advanced Clinical RN, Women’s & Children’s Center for Professional Practice and Development, SSM Health  St. Mary’s Hospital – Madison, WI

OB Drill team Members: Vickie Nichols, RN; Angela Walthers, RN; Rachel Leonhard, RN

This session is for you if you want to:

Learn how to use low fidelity simulation drills to practice your response to a hypertensive crisis.
The session will include:
Practice using Team STEPPS Communication in emergencies;
Strategies to work effectively with your multidisciplinary team;
Strategies to improve patient safety and quality resulting in decreased maternal morbidity and mortality;
Interventions in the Severe Hypertension in pregnancy maternal safety bundle.

The speakers disclosed no relevant conflicts of interest.

3:30-5:30 p.m.

Human Trafficking: Identification, tools, and resources

Eileen Zeiger, Executive Director, Wisconsin Association for Perinatal Care & Perinatal Foundation, Madison, WI

Special Agent Carl Waterstreet, Wisconsin Dept. of Justice, Appleton, WI

Human Trafficking is a form of modern-day slavery” (polarisproject.org) and is happening in our own back yard. Sex and labor trafficking affects every corner of our state, with documented cases in every county in Wisconsin. The trauma that results from exposure to abuse and violence experienced by trafficked persons has significant and long-lasting effects on health. Perinatal care providers and all those who work with women and infants are in a unique position to identify persons who may be in a trafficking situation and have an opportunity to improve outcomes for these patients.
The speakers disclosed no relevant conflicts of interest.

3:30 - 5:30 p.m.

"Just What the Doctor Ordered" Isn't So Simple: Strategies to understand and promote patient adherence to medical care

Abbey Kruper, PsyD, Assistant Professor, Medical College of Wisconsin, Madison, WI
 
Participants will learn to identify and understand multifactorial barriers to patient adherence. Participants will develop basic intervention skills to engage with patients to promote behavior change.
 
The speakers disclosed no relevant conflicts of interest. 
 3:30 - 5:30 p.m.

 

iCare for Mom and Baby Care Coordination Program

Jill Denson, ABD, MSW, APSW, Manager of Care Coordination BadgerCare Plus, Independent Care Health Plan (iCare), Milwaukee, WI 
 
Heather Saucedo, BSN, RN, CLC, Independent Care Health Plan (iCare), Milwaukee, WI

Join this session to learn more about iCare, a Medicaid HMO Program for BC+, SSI, and SNP pregnant members. Instructors will also address outcomes and trends of the program thus far.
 
 The speakers disclosed no relevant conflicts of interest.
3:30 - 5:30 p.m.

How Eat, Sleep, Console is Changing Care of the Infant with NAS and Family

Staci Bohling, RN, BSN, Prenatal Education Coordinator, Froedtert and the Medical College St. Joseph's Hospital, West Bend, WI
 
Betty Matthies, BSN, RNC-OB, Professional Development Coordinator, Froedtert Health St. Joseph's Hospital, West Bend, WI 
 
Tammy Boelk, RN, BSN, Labor and Delivery and Special Care Nursery Nurse, Froedtert and the Medical College St. Joseph's Hospital West Bend, West Bend, WI
 
Instructors will define the Eat, Sleep, Console (ESC) approach and how they have implemented it in the practice at the Froedtert and the Medical College St. Joseph's Hospital in West Bend. The session will include a review of the cases of NAS treated in the facility since starting ESC, and include patient feedback and panel discussion to understand the family side of the care that is involved. 

The speakers disclosed no relevant conflicts of interest. 

5:30 - 6:30 p.m.

Wine and Cheese Reception for All and Exhibits

(Dinner is on your own.)

6:45 p.m.

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Perinatal Foundation Benefit:  John McGivern, American Actor
 
John is best known for his Emmy-award winning work on PBS. He can be seen on PBS with his Emmy-Award-Winning Milwaukee PBS weekly series, Around the Corner with John McGivern™.
 
His one-man-shows, “The Early Stories of John McGivern,” “Midsummer Night McGivern,” and “John McGivern’s Home for the Holidays,” tell the stories of being the third born of six kids in a working-class Irish Catholic Family in the Midwest. 
 
His stories are personal, funny, touching, and familiar. His themes are based in family and remind us all that as specific as we might believe our experiences are, we all share a universal human experience. He tells his stories and through his voice we learn that they are our stories as well.

A portion of your registration will be donated to the Perinatal Foundation. The event will feature a cash bar and pasta buffet.