Conferences

Speakers include:

John Allbert, MD  Presbyterian Hospital Charlotte, NC
Hugo Navarro, MD  Alamance Regional Burlington, NC
Roni Christopher, OPQC
David McKenna, MD Miami Valley Hospital    Dayton, OH
Beena Kamath, MD, MPH  Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Cincinnati, OH

The audio, agenda and presentations follow

Audio of PQCNC 39 Weeks Project All-Team Webinar April 27 2010

(Listen to the audio of the webinar by pressing the play icon at left or download by right-clicking.)

PQCNC: Hugo A. Navarro MD Presentation by kcochran on Scribd

PQCNC: OPQC Presentation by kcochran on Scribd

PQCNC: Kamath presentation by kcochran on Scribd

PQCNC: Allbert presentation by kcochran on Scribd

Downloads:
Allbert_term_induction.ppt
Kamath April 2010.ppt
OPQC presentation.ppt
Navarro presentation.ppt

Held Tuesday, May 18, 2010, 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM, the PQCNC Conference on Patient and Family Centered Perinatal Care explored the relationship between patient- and family-centered care, quality and safety.... 

Featured Speaker:

Bill Schwab

William E. Schwab, M.D. is the Secretary of the Board of Directors for the Institute for Family-Centered Care. He is a professor at the University of Wisconsin, Department of Family Medicine and Director of its Madison Family Practice Residency Program. He is formerly Director of Clinical Operations for the department. Bill is a recipient of the Baldwin E. Lloyd, M.D., Clinical Teacher of the Year Award from the University of Wisconsin Department of Family Medicine and Educator of the Year from the Wisconsin Academy of Family Physicians. A nationally recognized leader in medical education about the care of children and adults with chronic illness and disabilities, Bill is a frequent speaker and consultant to hospitals, medical schools, and community agencies around the country. Bill’s perspective is augmented by his experience as the parent of a child with complex medical needs.

PQCNC PFCC Agenda by kcochran on Scribd

To view Martin McCaffrey's welcome and introduction and Beverly Johnson's presentation "Advancing the Practice of Patient- and Family-Centered Perinatal Care: Partnerships for Quality and Safety" click here

To view William Schwab's presentation on "Recognizing Patient- and Family- Centered Care" click here

To view William Schwab's presentation on "Collaborations with Patients and Families in Clinical Practice" click here

To view "Learning from Patient and Family Stories" click here

Slides and other materials available below

 

Family panel

 

 

 

PQCNC PFCC Handout 1 by kcochran on Scribd

PQCNC PFCC Handout 2 by kcochran on Scribd

PQCNC PFCC Handout 3 by kcochran on Scribd

PQCNC PFCC Handout 4 by kcochran on Scribd

PQCNC PFCC Handout 5 by kcochran on Scribd

PQCNC PFCC Handout 6 by kcochran on Scribd

Downloads:
PQCNCPFCCAgenda.pdf
Plenary NC Perinatal Collaborative.pdf
RecognizingNChandout510.pdf
CollaborationNChandout510.pdf
DrivingForcesREVISEDperinatal510.pdf
If You Build It, They Will Come.pdf
BMJ Safety leape conway berwick Article 09 full.pdf

 Speakers include:

*Maternal-fetal medicine specialist from Massachusetts General Hospital/Boston
*Obstetrician from the 39 Weeks Project expert panel
*Current president of AWHONN
*Patient who will describe her experience with a scheduled delivery at 38 weeks
*Managing Director of the Institute for Healthcare Improvement.

The agenda and the presentations follow...

Audio of PQCNC 39 Weeks Project All-Team Webinar

(Listen to the audio of the webinar by pressing the play icon at left or download by right-clicking.)


PQCNC January 26 Webinar Agenda
Clinical, Hospital and Physician Initiatives
AWHONN Late Preterm Infant initiative
Including the patient’s perspective in perinatal quality improvement

Thanks to the efforts of Michelle Clements at WakeMed a meeting was held for NICU Family Educators to discuss family discharge readiness programs and resources - an excellent opportunity for ongoing collaboration as we all strive to deliver excellence in Family Centered Care.  View the agenda here.

Susan Gutierrez's presentation on 'Discharge Management' is available here.

Michelle Clements presentation on 'Establishing a Successful Discharge Readiness Program in the NICU' is available here.

 The group is hoping to meet again and some tentative discussion began around two projects; establishing parent education standards in the NICU, and developing an NICU guide that would available to parents.  To ensure you don't miss any future activities of this group send us an email.

It was a busy and interesting day:

FDE conference presenter

 

FDE conference

PQCNC V was held on Thursday, December 3rd, 2009 at the Friday Center in Chapel Hill. Click here for the agenda.  Highlights below...

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