2020 Annual NPQIC Summit
April 1, 2020, Holthus Convention Center in York
— Identify symptoms in women related to hypertensive disorders of pregnancy and appropriate treatment approaches for preeclampsia in the Emergency Department.
— Describe evidence-based strategies in preventing still births, newborn sepsis, and hypoxemia ischemia encephalopathy.
— Explain how hospitals, WIC, community coalitions, and other various organizations can improve breastfeeding outcomes.
— Discuss specific factors and initiatives that impact access to prenatal care in rural areas.
— Access to Perinatal Care in Rural Areas
Nicole Carritt, Deputy Director and Program Manager, NE AHEC Program
Jeffrey Bacon, Banner Health CMO, Rural Division
Leslie Marsh, Hospital Administrator, Lexington
— Preventing Stillbirths
Dr. Ben Byers, MFM Bryan Health
Megan Aucutt, Associate Director of Programs, Healthy Birth Day
— Identifying Neonatal Encephalopathy Before It's Too Late
Eric Peeples, Neonatologist UNMC & Children's
Kim Marsh, APRN Children's
— Postpartum Hypertension - The Diagnosis You Don't Want to Miss
Dr. Edward Mlinek, ED Physician Bryan Health
Dr. Ben Klug, OBGYN – North Platte
— Newborn Sepsis Screening
Nate Gollehon, Neonatologist UNMC & Children's
Molly Schlegel, APRN NE Med
— Breastfeeding is a Team Sport
Nicole Christensen, RD, CLC, DHHS Public Health, WIC Breastfeeding & Outreach Coordinator
Angie Livingston, Memorial Community Hospital - Blair
Tracy Moore, Fremont Community Breastfeeding Initiative
2020 Summit Sponsor