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CAPWHN WEBINARS

Upcoming Webinars:

 

Health outcomes and experiences of women with disabilities in Ontario during the perinatal period

 

Date: May 19, 2021

Time: 12:00 PM EST

 

 

Objectives: By the end of this session, participants will be able to:

  1. Understand the perinatal health outcomes and health care experiences of women with disabilities in Ontario;
  2. Describe the importance tailoring care for women with disabilities during the perinatal period; and
  3. Identify the roles that nurses and other perinatal health care providers may play in supporting the health of women with disabilities in the perinatal period.

 

Presenters:

 

Hilary K. Brown, PhD, is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Health & Society at the University of Toronto Scarborough, and at the Dalla Lana School of Public Health. She is cross-appointed to the Temerty Faculty of Medicine’s Department of Psychiatry and is an Adjunct Scientist at Women’s College Hospital and ICES. Dr. Brown holds a Tier 2 Canada Research Chair in Disability & Reproductive Health. Her research program uses epidemiologic methods to examine maternal and child health and mental health across the life course, with a particular focus on populations with disabilities and chronic disease, health equity, and the social determinants of health.

 

Lesley A. Tarasoff, PhD, is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the Department of Health & Society at the University of Toronto Scarborough and in the Azrieli Adult Neurodevelopmental Centre at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health. She works with Dr. Brown on an NIH-funded project on the perinatal health of women with disabilities in Ontario, and leads CIHR-funded research on the preconception health and reproductive life plans of women with disabilities. Primarily drawing on qualitative methodologies, her program of research aims to understand and address disparities and inequities in reproductive and perinatal health and health care experiences among often-stigmatized and marginalized populations, chiefly women with disabilities and sexual minority women.

 

 

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WEBINAR RECORDINGS

Past Webinar Recordings

 

AVAILABLE TO CAPWHN MEMBERS ONLY 

(requires login to members only site)

2021

 

January 21 – Hémorragie Postpartum (French Webinar)

 

January 28 – Impacted Fetal Head

 

February 10 – Induction of Labour

 

February 22 – Trauma Informed Care

 

2020

 

November 19 – Post-Partum Hemorrhage (PPH)

 

October 18 – Critical Congenital Heart Disease Screening and Pulse Oximetry in Practice

 

June 18 – Sweet & Sour: Hypoglycemia in the Newborn

 

May 22 – Fetal Health Surveillance (FHS) Update

2019

 

October 7 – Hemorrhoids: A Primer for Perinatal and Women’s Health Nurses

 

September 16 – Lead, Advocate, Act: Helping Nurses Influence Better Care and Better Value (slides only)

 

April 10 – Maternity care for prisoners in Canada: services, challenges, and tools for nurse advocacy

 

2018

 

April – BFI Journey and Breastfeeding Support in Kanesatake

 

May 28 – Improving the Health Sector Response to Gender-Based Violence

 

February 28 – Lignes directrices d’implantation institutionnelle des soins du développement neuroprotecteur sen unité néonatale. Un énoncé conjoint du CANN, CAPWHN, NANN & COINN (in French)

 

February 21 – Guidelines for institutional implementation of developmental neuroprotective care in the NICU. A joint position statement from CANN, CAPWHN, NANN & COINN

 

January 24 – What’s the Harm? Examining Stereotyping of Indigenous People in Perinatal Services

2017

 

May 10 – The Role of Nurses in Supporting Families who are Pregnant After Perinatal Loss: Care, Leadership, and Advocacy

 

January 25 – Spontaneous Labour Matters – Evidence-based practices

2016

 

June 21 – Providing LGTB2S-Inclusive Care During the Perinatal Period

 

May 19 – From the Ground Up: Designing and Delivering a Youth Focused Breastfeeding Program

2015

 

February 4 – Hypertension in Pregnancy – what you need to know

 

April 9 – Bethesda Regional Health Centre Presents… A Manitoba Baby Friendly Initiative (BFI) Success Story

 

May 6 – The Nitty Gritty of Newborn Assessment

 

June 25 – Milk Banking and Milk Sharing 2015 – a BC experience

 

October 7 – Unintended Pregnancy in Canada: Can we do better?

2014

 

April 3 – Woman Abuse in the Perinatal Period

 

May 13 – How can Pharmacists support Women who are Breastfeeding?

 

May 27 – Preconception and Maternal Obesity

 

June 17 – Acceptabilité, faisabilité et effets estimés de l’expression de lait maternel au chevet du nouveau-né prématuré (Acceptability, feasibility and expected outcomes of breast milk expression at the neonate’s bedside – presented in French only)

 

September 26 – HIV point-of-care testing Testing in Obstetrical Triage

 

November 19 and 20, 2014 – CAPWHN / Johnson’s webinar “The Healthy Skin Connection: A Canadian Perspective on Neonatal Skin Care and Skin-to-Skin Best Practices”. The recording is available here.

Recordings of past Webinars are available to CAPWHN members only.  Simply log in to the members only section of the website and click on Webinars.