In 2019, clinicians have a wide variety of continuing education options ranging from one- or two-day workshops to resort-based conferences where you can combine learning with leisure!
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.
2019 Advanced Fetal Monitoring and Medico-Legal Issues
Join fetal monitoring experts Lisa Miller & Becky Cypher this fall for an exceptional two days of continuing education! Lisa will present an Advanced Fetal Monitoring program on day one, and then she will be joined by her colleague and co-author Becky Cypher for day two where the focus will be legal issues, including a 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!
Two Great Locations
Registration is now open and space is limited at each location, so be sure to get your ticket to one of these two wonderful programs. And if you are coming to the New York program, take advantage of our special hotel room offer, we only have a few rooms at this very special rate!
20th Annual National Conference on Fetal Monitoring, April 4-6, in New Orleans, LA
Let the good times roll in New Orelans this spring as I join my co-authors, Dr. David A. Miller and Rebecca L. Cypher, MSN, PNNP, as well as Dr. Jef Ferguson for an information packed three-day EFM intensive, covering a wide variety of current topics. Attorney Jay Kelley returns to join faculty for “Risk Management Tips Straight from the Plaintiff Attorney’s Mouth” where clinicians can learn to think like a lawyer when it comes to documentation and liability. As always, faculty are available to answer your questions and provide insights in fetal monitoring and safe obstetric care. Join us for our 20th year!
Information and registration is available at Symposia Medicus.
2019 Annual AWHONN Convention: Atlanta, Georgia – June 8-12
I look forward to seeing many of you this year in Atlanta for the annual AWHONN convention, where learning and networking opportunities will be incredible! Join me Saturday, June 8, from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. when I will be presenting a special half-day pre-conference titled “Doctors and Nurses and Laywers, Oh My!” This pre-conference will focus on liability in fetal monitoring and intrapartum care. Bring your questions and learn lessons from actual cases.
You will be able to find me the morning of June 9th at the Armed Forces Conference, where it will be my honor to present to our colleagues from all branches of the US military service. I am thrilled to be able to participate in this event and look forward to networking with many of my colleagues at the program.
On Monday, June 10, join me for a general session (A5) from 10:15am-11:45am titled “Physiologic Logic” where the focus will be both fetal acid-base and uterine acid-base. Separate facts from fiction and review core physiological concepts every clinician must know for safer labor support as well as management of uterine activity.
For information and registration, please visit AWHONN.