* Agenda subject to change without notice.
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See our SPEAKERS' page for:

 

  • bios

  • presentation slides + handouts

  • contact information

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Monday

 9:00 am to 5:35 pm 

May 2

Promoting Equity in Practice

Welcome from our Conference Chairs

  • Tiffany Willis, PsyD   (she/her)

  • Cody Miller Pyke, MD, JD, LLM, MSBe   (they/them)

 

"What the End of Roe Means Beyond

the Right to Abortion"

PLENARY:

"Cannabis in Pregnancy and Lactation: A Case Study for Policies"

PLENARY:

LUNCH 
11:30 - 12:45

PLENARY:

"Racism in Perinatal Health"

BREAK-OUT SESSIONS:

"Opening the Door for Equitable Support Along the Perinatal Journey"

"Sleep as a Catalyst for Mental Health Conversations in Pregnancy"

  • Alison Hartman, MS

"Reducing Barriers to Perinatal Mental Health Care through Telehealth"

  • Mona Elgohail, PhD

  • Leah Sodowick, BA 

"Introducing The Postpartum Toolkit”

  • Ariana Albanese, MS

BREAK
2:55 - 3:25

PLENARY:

"Equity Lessons from Pediatric Primary Care: Listen, Partner, Advocate"

PLENARY:

"Care for Sexual and Gender Minority Groups in Fertility Spaces"

  • Navy C. Spiecker, MS   (she/her)

CLOSING REMARKS

RECEPTION

* Agenda subject to change without notice.
 
Tuesday

 9:00 am to 5:30 pm 

May 3

Practicing Social and Reproductive Justice

BREAKFAST

"Intro to Transformative Justice in Healthcare"

* 30-minute, non-credit presentation

WELCOME

PLENARY:

"Operationalizing Reproductive and Social Justice for Birth Equity"

PLENARY:

"Health Equity and Social Justice: The Role of the Perinatal Quality Collaborative (PQC)"

BREAK
11:30 - 11:45

PLENARY:

"The Need for Inclusive Perinatal Health for People with Disabilities: A Call to Action"

LUNCH 
PRESENTATION *
12:45 - 1:45

"Special Needs Parenting: 

A Perspective on having a Child with Complex Medical and Developmental Needs"

  • Lindsey Gagnon, PsyD

1:00 - 1:30

* 30-minute, non-credit presentation

BREAK-OUT SESSIONS:

"Centering a Practice of Hope to Advance Birth Justice"

BREAK-OUT SESSIONS:

"Perinatal Health Inequities

and Obstetrical Racism"

BREAK
3:45 - 4:15

PLENARY:

"Perinatal Care in Carceral Settings"

  • Cody Miller Pyke, MD, JD, LLM, MSBe  (they/them)

CLOSING REMARKS

* Agenda subject to change without notice.
 
Wednesday

 9:00 am to 5:00 pm 

May 4

Changing Policy and Practice

BREAKFAST

  • View Poster Presentations

  • Visit with Exhibitors

  • Meet our Sponsors and Partners

WECOME - Poster Awards

  • Tiffany Moore, RN, PhD    (she/her)

  • Jerasimos Ballas, MD, MPH     (he/him)

PLENARY:

"Supporting a Successful Transition for Fragile Infants and their Families from the Newborn Intensive Care Unit Back to their Community"

"Promoting Family Engagement and Reducing Disparities in Family Care Practices in the NICU"

PLENARY:

  • Allison G. Dempsey, PhD   (she/her)

"Healthcare at the Intersection(s)"

PLENARY:

  • Kim Brewer, MA    (she/her)

LUNCH 
12:30 - 1:30

"The Importance of NICU Discharge Standards and Guidelines"

  • Vincent C. Smith, MD, MPH  (he/him)

"NPASS and Neonatal Therapy:

Bridging the Gap for Students in the NICU"

 

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PLENARY:

"Creating Equitable Perinatal Spaces:

The Impact of Representation on

Reproductive Health Outcomes"

CLOSING KEYNOTE:

"Ancestral Innovations at the Crossroads of Providing Maternal Health Care"

CLOSING KEYNOTE:

"Community-Powered Approaches

to Impacting Maternal Health"

CONCLUDING REMARKS - Call to Action

* Agenda subject to change without notice.

Annual Interdisciplinary Conference

No One Left Behind: 

How Perinatology can be a Leader in Equitable Care

from Public Health to Rare Diseases

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Wednesday, April 19 – Friday, April 21

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Take a Break

RELAX    REVIVE    REFRESH

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