In 2021, clinicians have a variety of continuing education options ranging from online virtual learning to one- or two-day workshops in a variety of cities.
All educational offerings have continuing education credits available, and all programs include extensive handout and reference materials.
Whether you are looking to obtain or maintain your NCC certification, sharpen your practice skills, or just update your professional knowledge base, there are choices to fit every clinician’s needs.
2021 Advanced Fetal Monitoring and Medico-Legal Issues
Join me and my colleague/co-author Becky Cypher for an exceptional two days of continuing education! I will present an Advanced Fetal Monitoring program on day one, and I will be joined by Becky for day two where the focus will be legal issues, including a Becky’s half-day intensive on perinatal documentation addressing nursing, physician, and midwifery documentation issues – from antepartum through postpartum.
Don’t miss this opportunity to network with colleagues while learning from top experts in the field!
October 18 & 19, 2021 (rescheduled from March 2021) – Registration is now open and seats are limited, register here.
2021 Advanced Fetal Monitoring and Critical Care Obstetrics
I am so excited to be partnering with Drs. Stephanie Martin and Suzanne McMurtry Baird on another wonderful 2-day offering! I will present an Advanced Fetal Monitoring program on day one, and on day two Drs. Martin and Baird will provide a comprehensive course on Critical Care Obstetrics. This is an incredible opportunity to get a fetal monitoring update and learn everything you need to know about hypertension, sepsis, hemorrhage and other issues with maternal morbidity/mortality from the best minds in critical care.
These multidisciplinary programs are likely to sell out so please register early!
Two Great Locations
May 17 & 18, 2021 in Queens, NY at the Sheraton LaGuardia hotel, information and registration via EventBrite.
October 28 & 29, 2021 in Fort Worth, TX at the Sheraton Fort Worth Downtown hotel, information and registration via EventBrite.
2021 Online Webinars
I am offering a variety of online webinars in 2021; there are 90-minute offerings on a variety of topics as well as one-day programs for EFM certification preparation and Advanced Fetal Monitoring. All offerings have contact hours available and include detailed handouts.
More than Just Counting Bumps: Uterine Activity in Labor
- January 28, course information and registration at EventBrite
- February 2, course information and registration at EventBrite
- February 10, course information and registration at EventBrite
Managing Category II Tracings: An Evidence-Based Approach
- February 16, course information and registration at EventBrite
- February 22, course information and registration at EventBrite
- February 26, course information and registration at EventBrite
February 19 – EFM Prep Course for NCC Certification or Credentialing Exams Course information and registration at EventBrite
March 19 – Advanced Fetal Monitoring: A Multidisciplinary Approach Course information and registration at EventBrite
Check back for more online events throughout 2021!
21th Annual National Conference on Fetal Monitoring, April 2-4, in Las Vegas, NV – To Be Rescheduled!
Due to the Covid-19 situation we have had to cancel this program, but please know that I am working with Symposia Medicus to get it rescheduled to later this year. I will post dates as soon as I have them so check back frequently, and I look forward to seeing you on the new program dates.
2021 Annual AWHONN Convention: Orlando, FL – June 12-16
I am so looking forward to “getting Goofy” at Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort in Orlando, FL while attending the AWHONN national convention!
Check back for updates regarding my presentations and a link to more information and registration.
Advanced Fetal Monitoring Program Sturdy Memorial Hospital, May 14, 2021 in Attleboro, MA
I am looking forward to returning to Massachusetts for a one-day program on Advanced Fetal Monitoring hosted by Sturdy Memorial Hospital. The morning will include an interactive self-assessment, physiology-based FHR interpretation and standardized tracing management as well as cord gas analysis and fetal acid-base. Uterine activity and labor management will also be discussed. In the afternoon, participants will work collaboratively on a FHR tracings practicum (you will be able to keep the tracings) and then take a deep dive into documentation issues and the deposition process.