Maternal Morbidity and MortalityTrish Witcher MSN, RNC
Donor Human Milk: The Next Best Thing in the NICUTerry S. Johnson APN, NNP-BC, CLEC, ASPPS, M.N.
Memorial’s Experience with a Donor Milk ProgramBradley Buckler, M.D.
Neo Breakout #1: NAS Treatment StrategiesPalmer Johnston, M.D.
OB Breakout #1: OB Sepsis Trish Witcher, MSN, RNC
Neo Breakout #2: Non-Conventional Ventilation: Can HFV Prevent Lung Injury?Evan Richards, R.T., BSc
OB Breakout #2: US Findings of Borderline SignificanceAnthony Royek, M.D.
Neo Breakout #3: Healing Matters, Life and Death in the NICNTerri Major-Kincade, M.D.
OB Breakout #3: Simulation Based Learning in ObstetricsWilliam E. Osborne, M.D.
It’s a Small World After all: Neonatal Microbiome and Human DevelopmentTerry S. Johnson APN, NNP-BC, CLEC, ASPPS, M.N.
Perinatal and Neonatal Palliative Care for Lethal Anomalies: Ensuring that Families Receive the Same MessageTerri Major-Kincade, M.D.
Fetal and Neonatal Implications of the Prescription Drug Epidemic in the USChuka B. Jenkins, M.D.
Perinatal HIV TransmissionStephen Thacker, M.D.
Preconception HealthArthur M. Baker, M.D., FAACOG
Antepartum and Intrapatum Management of TwinsAnthony Royek, M.D.
Wait: Don't Shake: The Period of Purple CryingDonna L. Evans, M.D., FAAP
The perinatal outreach program at Memorial University Medical Center participates in a state-funded initiative to provide education and consulting for hospitals and birthing centers throughout southeast Georgia.
The outreach educators focus on the needs of the hospitals and individuals they serve. They teach healthcare providers how to care for and stabilize premature and critically ill infants so that they can be safely transported to Memorial University Medical Center. The perinatal outreach program offers annual courses in neonatal resuscitation, fetal monitoring, perinatal bereavement, neonatal intensive care, and neonatal transport. Other courses are offered on an as-needed basis.
For more information about perinatal outreach education at Memorial University Medical Center, call 912-350-3574.