FAN+PPA Webinars for Family Advocates
FAN collaborates with our partners at the Preemie Parent Alliance to bring you a quarterly webinar series on topics of interest to families and their providers.
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We celebrated International Kangaroo Care Awareness Day with the fantastically informative webinar
Skin-to-Skin Contact After Birth: So Many Reasons Why It Matters
Join NPA+PPA as we celebrate International Kangaroo Care Awareness Day with this free webinar.
About our Presenter:
Dr. Phillips' primary areas of interests are mother-infant attachment, breastfeeding education and support, and Neuroprotective Family-Centered Developmental Care of premature infants in the NICU.
After raising three children as a stay-at-home mother, Dr. Phillips received a Masters degree in Developmental Psychology, became NIDCAP certified as an Infant Developmental Specialist, and then attended medical school at University of California, Davis. Dr. Phillips is now a neonatologist at Loma Linda University Children's Hospital in S. California as well as the Medical Director of Neonatal Services at Loma Linda University Medical Center-Murrieta. She is an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant and a Fellow of the Academy of Breastfeeding Medicine. Dr. Phillips is the immediate Past President of NPA.
The inaugural webinar Understanding the Basic Components of Trauma-Informed Care with Kara Wahlin, LMFT of NICU Healing was hosted in March 2016. View the presentation here.
Our second webinar was A Roadmap for Improving Your NICU, where Sue Hall, MD & Kristy Love, a parent support program leader, illustrated how to use the NPA's Interdisciplinary Recommendations for Psychosocial Support of NICU Parents to effectively advocate for change at your hospital.
Our third webinar was Is Baby Friendly Family Friendly? with Sara Mosher, RN, BSN, MHA of Patient+Family Care where we discussed how the Baby Friendly Hospital Initiative and upcoming guidance for NICUs impact perinatal care practices and affect the quality of care and support given to NICU babies and their families.
In our webinar, Caring for the Caregiver: Self Care for Peer Mentors, we talked with Cheryl Milford, EdS. As a NICU psychologist and developmental specialist, Cheryl has been at the leading edge of perinatal caregiving for the last 30 years. She shared her perspective on how we can best address our unique needs as parent leaders and peer mentors and helped us explore ways to provide meaningful support to families who are in crisis without compromising our own mental health and wellbeing.
Our fifth webinar, Supporting Families & Legal Liabilities: Protecting Your Organization, was hosted by an expert panel of attorneys, Lisa Moore of The Moore Firm and Erin Whaley from Troutman Sanders.
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Helping NICU Moms Discover Their Magic
A baby in the NICU is one of the most daunting, confusing and overwhelming times for Mothers, but opportunity exists for learning and discovering strengths, skills and life lessons that arrive with our baby’s births.
In April 2018 Kasey Mathews, Author of Preemie: Lessons in Love, Life and Motherhood shared how NICU Parent Leaders who have walked this path, can share their journeys and guide moms on their own, equipping NICU mothers with skills and tools that enable them not just to survive the NICU, but thrive as a result.
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