RHCE 10 JUN – 1 JUL 2021: Summer Conference – Women’s Health Track, DAY 2: 11 JUN
- Hormone Therapy and Alternatives for Treating Women in the Peri-Menopausal Transition
- Nutritional Diagnoses in the Child Bearing Female: Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, Pregnancy, and Gestational Diabetes
- Birth Trauma & Post-Partum PTSD
- Trauma Informed Care
- Group Classes for Depression in the OB Patient
- Communication Across Differences
- Contraception Options
- Physicians, Nurses, Physician Assistants, Social Workers, Certified Counselors
- All other health care professionals completing this CE/CME activity will be issued a Certificate of Attendance indicating participation and the number of hours of CE/CME credits, which may be used for submission to licensing boards for satisfaction of CE/CME credits.
- Differentiate hormone therapies, delivery systems, and mechanisms of action.
- Plan tailoring therapy and lifestyle recommendations to the individual patient.
- Identify example diagnoses in the child-bearing female and know when to send to Nutrition for consultation.
- Provide basic examples of carbohydrate counting.
- Evaluate the difference between Birth Trauma and Postpatum Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PP PTSD).
- Describe additional populations (besides mother) who may experience PTSD after witnessing a traumatic birth.
- Summarize the prevalence of abuse, violence and sexual assault.
- Examine our own trauma and how that may impact patient care.
- Identify factors contributing to an increased need for mental health care in the Obstetric population.
- Select best-strategies and practices when conducting group mental health care in pregnant or postpartum patients.
- Explore cross cultural communication difficulties and mitigating strategies.
- Discuss cross generational communication characteristics and potential impact.
- Review contraception options.
- Recognize contraindications of contraception.
RHCE 2021 Summer CME Conference (10-11 June 2021)
“Health Care in Uncertain Times”
Track: Women’s Health Track Leader(s): LTC Richard A. Pierre Classroom: Virtual
Thursday, 10 June 2021
Friday, 11 June 2021
Email distribution with log in information/registration materials
(1 month before track start date)
Email Distribution of Registration packet (1 week before track start date)
Follow up email of registration packet
(1 day before track start date)
Pre-recorded Opening Remarks 20 min
COL Contino- 10 min BG Thompson - 10 min Administrative Notes
Pre-Recorded Closing Remarks – 20 min COL Contino – 10 min
BG Thompson – 10 min Administrative Notes
Ms. Katherine Rachanow
Hormone Therapy and Alternatives for Treating Women in the Peri-Menopausal Transition
MAJ Lindsey B. Borgia
Migraining Through a Tense Cluster of Headache Syndromes
CPT Gregory D. Phillips
Nutritional Diagnoses in the Child Bearing Female
CPT Amanda M. Cain
2020 Cervical Cancer Screening Guidelines
Maj Amanda R. Wholly
Birth Trauma and PTSD
Ms. Kerry A. Dixon
OB Hot Topics
Maj Bethany M. Mulla
Trauma Informed Care
CPT Celeste A. Chavez
On your own
On your own
Midwifery Model of Care
Maj Lisa Gonzales & Capt Maggie Miller
Group Classes for Depression in the OB Patient
Maj Lisa Gonzales & Maj Kati Wijdenes
Thyroid Disease in Pregnancy
Mr. Christopher M. Mulla
Communicating Across Differences
SFC Settya T. Ngauy
Updates in OB Anesthesia
LTC Bryan D. Laliberte
CPT Mary K. Collins
PM Question Session
Virtual – Landstuhl, Germany
2021 RHCE Summer CME Conference content page:
ATTENDANCE REGISTRATION LINK (CAC login required)
DIAL-IN VIA CISCO JABBER:
MAJ Lindsey B. Borgia, MD, MHS, FACOG. Presenter has no financial or non-financial relationships to disclose.
CPT Amanda M. Cain, RD, LD, CLC. Presenter has no financial or non-financial relationships to disclose.
Ms. Kerry A. Dixon, MSN, APRN, CNM, PMHNP-BC, PMH-C. Presenter has no financial or non-financial relationships to disclose.
CPT Celeste A. Chavez, CNM. Presenter has no financial or non-financial relationships to disclose.
Maj. Lisa Gonzales, CNM, DNP. Presenter has no financial or non-financial relationships to disclose.
Maj. Kati Wijdenes, PMHNP, DNP. Presenter has no financial or non-financial relationships to disclose.
SFC Settya T. Ngauy. Presenter has no financial or non-financial relationships to disclose.
CPT. Mary K. Collins, DO. Presenter has no financial or non-financial relationships to disclose.
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