Birthwise Midwifery School invites midwives, midwifery students, and childbirth workers to attend a day of Independent Research Presentations on Wednesday, March 6, 2013.
Presentations will be held at Birthwise, 24 South High Street, Bridgton, Maine. Lunch will be potluck style – please bring a food dish to share with others. Come for part of the day, or the whole day! This event qualifies for NARM Category 2 CEU’s. For more information, contact Susi Delaney, firstname.lastname@example.org.
9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Cervical Procedures and Subsequent Pregnancy Outcomes
Gestational Diabetes Mellitus Screenings: The Best Approach for Mom, Baby, and Practitioner
Facilitating Better Collaborative Care for CPM’s in the United States Using International Models as Learning Tools
The Effect of Anterior Ankyloglossia on Breastfeeding
One Beat at a Time: Integrating Newborn Pulse Oximeter Screening in Out-of-Hospital Birth Settings
Before the Groaning Party: The Lying-In Period as Management for Laceration Healing
1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Giving Probiotics to Newborns: Is It Healthy or Harmful?
Bethany von Bezold
TRANSforming “Well-Woman” Care: Exploring Disparities in Transgender Healthcare and Ways Midwifery Can Implement Change
Mind-Body Medicine for Easier Childbirth: Shorter Labors, Less Pain, and Fewer Hospital Transfers for Labor Complications
Effective Alternatives to Antiviral Treatment for Suppression of HSV Outbreaks and Asymptomatic Shedding in Pregnancy and Birth
Reducing Racial Disparities in Infant Mortality: The Role of Midwives
Waiting on Babies: How Midwives Can Help Prevent Postmaturity Syndrome Without Routine Induction
A Sizeable Matter: Demystifying Risk & Best Practices for Obese Homebirth Clients
Abby Hall Luca