NNPQC August Thematic Webinar - Trauma-informed Care: Addressing Stigma & Bias - Shared screen with speaker view
waste or waist?
Why am I still talking WAIST
My apologies - I have no access to a video camera on my workstation. I am connected via phone for audio.
WAIST - Why am I still talking
Thanks Amy- understand..
Gina Kelleher, SUD Project Manager, MCPAP for Moms
Kelli Waller, Improvement Coach LaPQC
Katie Breen, Colorado Perinatal Care Quality Collaborative (Director of Program Management)
Stephanie Chavis, Nurse Family Partnership Nurse Supervisor
Good Afternoon all, Maureen Fiore, Clinical Director, Citizens Inn Inc.
Nell Tharpe, MCH consultant from the Maine PQC
Peggy Brown, Nebraska PQC
Hi Charlene Collier- Director Mississippi Perinatal Quality Collaborative
Catherine Mather, IH
Hello from sunny, hot Mesa, Arizona. I am a Parent Educator with Parents as Teachers, Arizona's Children Association.
Susan Ford; Ohio Perinatal Quality Collaborative
Monica Stinson, Mississippi Perinatal Quality Collaborative
Kelly Petravicz, Program Director, South Bay Community Services- Early Childhood
Laura Layne, Georgia PQC
Kimberly Harper, Perinatal Outreach Coordinator UNC CMIH
Jaime Cabrera Executive Director Colorado Perinatal Care Quality Collaborative
Michele Kulhanek, Washington State Hospital Association (WA PQC rep)
Carol Frazer , Pittsburgh PA
Susan Gutierrez, North Carolina Perinatal Quality Collaborative, Clinical Initiative Manager
Nina Menda, Co-chair Wisconsin Perinatal Quality Collaborative
Jennifer Alleman RN, IBCLC Improvement Coach Louisiana Perinatal Quality Collaborative
Valerie Garrison, CO, Dir. of Initiatives & Engagement
Barb Murphy, MSN, RN, Children's Wisconsin; Executive Committee NNPQC
Antonella Marcon (IHI)
Antonella Marcon, IHI Better Maternal Outcomes Project Coordinator in Boston, MA
Marissa Bryant, Health Equity Disparity Specialist--NHRMC in NC
Kristen Lawless (NY)
Kristen Lawless, New York State Perinatal Quality Collaborative
Hi- Christine Lee, Southern California Maternal Child Health Practice Specialist Kaiser Permanente
Kayla Bruce, Epidemiologist, Louisiana PQC
Hi Chris Hoover Manager, Case Manager St. Louis, MO
Naomi Husst RN MGH HOPE Clinic Massachusetts
Kari Frye, RN, Substance Use Disorder Care Coordinator at WVU St. Joseph's Hospital in WV
Linda Littlefield, MSW - Project Director Great Plains Healthy Start- Member of the ND/SD PQC
Megan Lyda, Colorado Perinatal Care Quality Collaborative
Chris Kus, Public Health Pediatrician, New York State Department of Health
Betsy Wood, Florida Perinatal Quality Collaborative
Megan Thomas, Nurse Home Visitor with Providence Nurse-Family Partnership at Providence Alaska Medical Center
Paula Richards, Clinical Program Developer (educator) and labor & delivery nurse, University of Cincinnati Medical Center
Hello from the middle of hurricaine Isaias in NJ, NJ PQC and NJ Health Cares About Domenstic and Sexual Violence Collaborative
Lori Feldman-Winter, MD, MPH, pediatrician/adolescent medicine specialist at Cooper University Health Care, Faculty Co-chair NICHQ NAPPSS-IIN
Kim Shapiro, DCF MA, Director of Substance Use Unit
Kerrie Redmond, La PQC, Perinatal Quality Improvement Advisor
Kayla Tamplain, Director of Care Management at Woman's Hospital in Baton Rouge, LA
Alex Heinz - Trainer MASBIRT TTA
Jasmine Williams, Deputy Bureau Director MS Perinatal Quality Collaborative
Joan Brandt, Director of Child and Family Health, Minnesota Department of Health
Amy Ladley - LaPQC, State Perinatal Quality Program Manager
Bonnie Miller, MSN, RN-Regional One Health Memphis and Tennessee Perinatal Quality Collaborative (TIPQC)-QI Specialist/Improvement advisor
Lizzy Demler, LCSW - Baton Rouge General Medical Center - Care Coordinator LDRP/NICU
Susan Ward RN manager of labor and delivery at SEARHC in Sitka Alaska
Brenda Barker TN
Farrah Sheehan Deselle, MSN, RN, IBCLC, Birthing From Within Mentor, Nurse Educator and Consultant
Amy K. Jenkins, BSN, RN-CEFM - Perinatal Systems Specialist at Mat-Su Regional Medical Center in Palmer, Alaska
Nicole Pelligrino, Florida Perinatal Quality Collaborative
Kallie Valdez, Colorado Perinatal Care Quality Collaborative
Shannon Pursell, Virginia Neonatal Perinatal Collaborative
Andrew Williams, Assistant Professor, University of North Dakota School of Medicine & Health Sciences
Linda Detman, Florida Perinatal Quality Collaborative
Melissa DeRocchi, Clinical Nurse Educator, L&D/OBT, Providence Alaska Medical Center, Anchorage, AK
Christina Oldini, RN, MBA, from CMQCC in California...I am the Clinical Lead on our Mother & Baby Substance Exposure Initiative
Carrie Siefken, Clinical Educator, North Shore Medical Center, Salem, MA
Anne Walaszek, MPH Maternal & Child Health Quality Improvement Specialist at MN Dept of Health - Co-Lead for Minnesota Perinatal Quality Collaborative
Lashauntee Wellington. MSN, RNC-OB, Maternal Program Manager/Perinatal Quality Coordinator, Ascension Seton Medical Center
Maggie Minnock, MBA
is the black/white MM disparity different for women with OUD?
Erin Lorencz, MD, OBGYN Gallup Indian Medical Center, Gallup NM
Maggie Minnock, MBA Executive Director, Northern New England Perinatal QI Network (NNEPQIN)
Kathryn Linde, MPH Maternal and Child Health, Minnesota Department of Health, Supervisor Women and Infant Health Unit
Easy resource for NAS data by state: https://www.hcup-us.ahrq.gov/faststats/NASMap
Kelly McCutcheon Adams
Nadine Burke Harris TED talk about ACEs is an excellent recap as well.
www.acesaware.org is also a good resource
Thank goodness the law in TN was sun-setted several years ago.
I am happy to hear that and will update that slide Brenda- thanks for sharing.
Please share your reactions to this video
I would love a copy
Every time I see this video it is compelling!
Thanks for sharing the video
excellent video . please share
that was informative... I had never heard the term "redlining" before
Great video! Please share the link
Very clear & quick explanation of structural racism and implicit bias. Thank you!
Great - covered a lot in a few minutes + love the suggestion about restructuring public ed funding
I Love the video
We can share the links to the videos when we send around the slides after the call
Can we get the video link? it would be great to have.
I loved the video!
This was my first time seeing the video. It was very good!
The video offers one concrete change for improving systemic racism: getting rid of local control school funding through property tax. What other concrete examples?
Agreed - its like voting - each voice counts and everyone is responsible
It think it was a good video overall to share with others but barely touches the surface.
Absolutely! It needs to be part of every QI project and policy conversation.
High school students should be discussing as well. My son is attending school in southern NH and reports they have not had any of these conversations in his classes unfortunately.
Great point, Charlene. Thank you!
Thanks Charlene for sharing!
Could you share the presentation too.
Thanks for listening!
sounds like midwifery-model of care; patient-led and providers walk alongside them
Thank you Charlene! Yes, this country did not get into this mess of systemic racism over night; it has been going on for too many years. The changes need to be ramped up now, but I fear these changes will take time. We need to make changes at every stage of the life cycle. Also agree we ALL need to do our part, and be intolerant to racism and discrimination.
Great point Lori.
Like Care Coordinators in Pediatric Medical Homes
for children with special health care needs
I appreciate that engagement with patients and determining the reasons for no-show.
Health Care procedures can be triggering
Thank you so much for this information! I need to leave to attend another session. Have a great day!
Will slides be available after this webinar?
yes we will share the slides
birthing options - empowerment, voice, choice
Antonella Marcon (IHI)
safety: physical, psychological
cultural, historical, and gender
The longer I listened, the more I recognized each one
collaboration and mutuality - make birth options available and safe and work with patients on what they want
All of them!
Empowerment, voice, choice
It seems all of the points were talked about
all of them
all of them
Cultural, historical & Gender Acknowledgment
trustworthiness involved trusting the consumer
I have heard way too many stories of this happening to women of color
I love when she said "women should not have to advocate to live". Very profound statement
Physicians need to learn about allostatic load.
I will be addressing this in a few slides
midwifery is a traditional form of care for indigenous communities
Implementing these principles has vastly improved our breastfeeding initiation rates and multi-generational confidence in breastfeeding in northern NM.
As midwives we are "with women" ...or more accurately "with people"
good slide...we cannot not recognize and respect the effects of burnout on caregivers
thank you for this
Thank you! Great Job
I shared the video with my colleagues and thank you!
Thank you! Great Presentation
Great talk thank you so much.
Amazing presentation - thank you so much!
Thank you for the talk.
Wonderful presentation. Thanks!
Antonella Marcon (IHI)
Thanks Annie! That was an amazing presentation.
Thank you very much
Wonderful presentation Annie!! and team
thank you! So much relevant, actionable information for hospital teams!
Third slide is JUSTICE