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Women & Infants Education Outreach Menu

The list below is a menu of available outreach offerings that can be customized. Expert Barnes-Jewish Hospital, St. Louis Children's Hospital, and Washington University School of Medicine clinicians are available to speak as part of the Maternal, Fetal, and Newborn outreach program. Each program is approximately 60 minutes, including time for questions and answers. Talk topics and lengths are adjustable based on the needs of the hosting facility and audience. Please contact Women and Infants outreach at (314) 362-7188 or womenandinfants@bjc.org for more information.

Barnes-Jewish Hospital and Washington University Physicians
Professional Programs Currently Available Speaker(s)
Preventing and treating obstetric/postpartum hemorrhage Mike Nelson, MD, PhD
Pre-eclampsia: More than hypertension and proteinuria Mike Nelson, MD, PhD
Care of the late preterm/early term newborn Sherrie Hauft, MD
Fetal cardiac imaging Caroline Lee, MD
Electronic Fetal Monitoring: Back to class Alison Cahill, MD & inpatient nurse educator
Pulmonary obstetric emergencies George Macones, MD, MSCE
Transport outreach Nicole Magers, BSN, RN, Kathy Donovan, BSN, RN, Sheri Engel, BSN, RN
The Truth About Laboring Down Alison Cahill, MD, MSCI
Therapeutic cooling for neuroprotection Amit Mathur, MD
What's new in the NICU? Amit Mathur, MD
Universal cervical screening for the prevention of preterm birth Anthony Odibo, MD
Fetal care, counseling and intervention Anthony Odibo, MD, Aaron Hamvas, MD, Chris Hoover, BSN or Shannon Waller-Reed, BSN
Drug exposure in the newborn Rakesh Rao, MD
NRP: Neonatal Resuscitation Program
St. Louis Children's Hospital Professional Outreach
Rapid newborn assessment St. Louis Children's Hospital Professional Outreach
PALS: Pediatric Advanced Life Support
St. Louis Children's Hospital Professional Outreach
AWHONN fetal heart monitoring - intermediate Certified OB nurse educator
Obstetric emergency refresher for paramedics
Carolyn Layloff, MSN
Best Fed Beginnings: A Journey to Baby-Friendly USA Designation Kim Hamlin, MD and Carolyn Layloff, MSN
Best Fed Beginnings: How a national initiative to increase breast-feeding rates can make a difference where we live
Camaryn Chrisman Robbins, MD
Supporting families with fetal and newborn loss Fetal Care Center nurse coordinators
Obstetric ultrasound update
Diana Gray, MD, Lisa Bernhard, MD
Genetics for Primary Obstetricians Cell-free DNA Testing
Ryan Longman, MD
Abnormal Uterine Bleeding in the Gynecologic Patient
Jeff Dicke, MD
Congenital diaphragmatic hernia Tasnim Najaf, MD

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