SPEAKERS

OUR

NPA is different...

So our conferences are different.

You've been to conferences where the speakers describe the problems.

You've seen the data. You know the statistics.

 

Now it's time to do something.

 

At the National Perinatal Association, we believe that complex problems

require interdisciplinary solutions. So NPA conferences bring together experts from across the perinatal continuum to share, listen, and learn from each other.  

 

Because we're interested in solutions.

SPEAKERS

OUR

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Mandy Atlee Allison  

MA, MD, MSPH

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Sue Hall MD

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Jerry Ballas, MD, MPH

PRESENTATIONS

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Wednesday

My 4th Trimester: Becoming a Family

from Three Unique Perspectives

Innovative Models: Optimizing

Mental Health in the 4th Trimester Through Collaborative Practice

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Strategies to Promote Postpartum Visit Attendance Among Medicaid  Participants

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Family Medical Leave

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COVID-19 and the 4th Trimester:  

Strategies and Lessons Learned

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4th Trimester as a Working Mom:

The Perspective of

One Medical Trainee

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  • Regina M. Troxell, MD

plenary sessions

breakout sessions 

Thursday

New Approaches to the Care of Opioid Exposed Newborns

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Giving Birth During the COVID-19 Pandemic: The Need for Trauma-informed Care

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Mental Health Workgroup

and National Network of NICU Psychologists (NNNP) 

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Pt 1

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Pt 2

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Postpartum Pause: Identifying Gaps In Preparedness for Parenting

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The PARTNER Model:

An Attachment-Based Practice Model for Providers Working with Mothers and Infants

Impacted by Opioid Use Disorders

NICU Discharge Preparation

and Transition Planning  

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plenary sessions

breakout sessions 

Friday

Enduring Impact of

Maternal Childhood Adversity on

Pregnancy, Fetal, and Infant Outcomes

Nurse Family Partnership: Improving the Health and Well-being of Families

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Postpartum Depression, Anxiety, and Other Mood Disorders: Diagnoses and Treatment

in the 4th Trimester and Beyond

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Up in Smoke: The Potential Implications of Cannabis Use During the Perinatal Period

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Unexpected Outcomes:

When and What is the 4th Trimester?

The First One Hundred Days: Promoting Safety, Security, and Connectedness

in the Newborn Intensive Care Unit

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Healthy Expectations:

Treating Perinatal Mood and 

Anxiety Disorders through an

Infant Mental Health Lens 

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plenary sessions

breakout sessions