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Objectives:

  • Identify strategies to conquer barriers and challenges experienced by hospitals in their efforts to support breastfeeding
  • Explore interventions for addressing racial and ethnic disparities in breastfeeding initiation and duration rates
  • Understand current controversies regarding the Baby-Friendly Initiatives

 

Program:

2017 New Mexico Hospitals and Clinics Maternity and Infant Care Summit Program

 

Agenda:

8 AM Check-In

8:30 AM Welcome: 

Courtney McKinney, Envision NM; Maria Otero, Nuestra Salud; Tabatha Bennett, New Mexico Breastfeeding Task Force

8:45 AM Plenary: The Breastfeeding Landscape of New Mexico – A Conversation on Past, Present, and Future: 

Heidi Fredine, MPH, NM Breastfeeding Task Force, NM Data-Driven Projects; Maria Otero, Nuestra Salud, Community Focus Groups; Rachel Sebastian, Effective Practices: PRAMS data by ethnic identity; Facilitator: Mary Ramos, MD, Pediatrician, Envision NM

9:15 AM Plenary: Baby-Friendly Strategies for Implementation – A Team Approach:

Emilie Sebesta, MD, Co-Director UNMH Mother-Baby Unit, Pediatrician; Sophie Peterson, MD, OB/Gyn Presbyterian; Abe Lichtmacher, MD, Lovelace Women’s Hospital CMO; Kimberly Smetzer, RN IBCLC, Mountainview Regional Medical Center, Las Cruces; Facilitator: Maria Otero, Nuestra Salud

10:15 AM BREAK

10:30 AM Keynote Plenary: State of Baby-Friendly, 2016 Updates and NICU Initiative:

Trish MacEnroe, Executive Director, Baby-Friendly USA     File 10-30MacEnroePowerPoint1.pptx     File 10-30MacEnroePowerPoint2.pptx

11:30 AM Lunch Plenary: Step by Step Safe Implementation of Skin-to-Skin Care:

Lori Feldman-Winter, MD MPH, CHAMPS Physician Lead, Director Adolescent Medicine, Cooper University Hospital

 

TRACK 1

12:30 PM Family Centered Gentle Cesarean:

Larry Leeman, MD, Co-Director UNMH Mother-Baby Unit, Family Medicine    File 12-30LeemanPowerPoint.pptx

1:15 PM Understanding the Needs of Rural and Diverse Families:

Esperanza Dodge, Young Women United

2:00 PM BREAK

2:15 PM Donor Human Milk in the NICU: The case by numbers:

Susan Keogh, RN, Lovelace Women’s Hospital    File 2-15KeoghPowerPoint.pptx

TRACK 2

12:30 PM Continuum of Care: Issues for Rural Transfers for Special Care and At-Risk Patients:

Mike Ruma, Perinatologist

1:15 PM Visualizing the Continuum of Care for Transfers: Where are my patients?:

Antionette Kleiner, RN IBCLC, Northern Navajo Medical Center    File 1-15KleinerPowerPoint.pptx    File 1-15KleinerHandouts.docx

2:15 The Tripping Point: Step 3, Effective Strategies for Prenatal Education:

Stephanie Andrews, RN IBCLC, Presbyterian    File 2-15AndrewsPower Point.pptx

3:15 PM Plenary: Breastfeeding Support in the Wake of Negative JAMA Editorials: What to Believe?: 

Lori Feldman-Winter, MD MPH, CHAMPS Physician Lead, Director Adolescent Medicine, Cooper University Hospital

4:00 PM Plenary: Quality Improvement in Support of Optimal Maternity and Infant Care Practices:

Courtney McKinney and Adrienne McConnell, Envision NM    PDF icon 4-00McConnellPowerPoint.pdf

4:45 PM Closing: Beyond the Summit, Breastfeeding as a Public Health Priority: 

Maria Otero, Nuestra Salud; Mary Ramos, MD, Pediatrician, Envision NM; Tabatha Bennett, New Mexico Breastfeeding Task Force