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Earn up to 52 total CE hours, including
up to 6.75 Pharmacology CE hours and 6.0 IBLCE L-CERPs!

The field of obstetrics is high adrenaline, high pace, and full of highs and lows. And we’ve all seen the miracle of childbirth quickly become a challenging, high-risk situation for both mom and baby.

Advances in perinatal care are nearly constant and you need to stay on top of your game.

This incredible 2-day program will advance your skills before the next perinatal complications unfold! You’ll get the latest evidence-based updates with best practice guidelines from AWHONN, ACOG & ACNM to address each patient’s unique needs.

Earn your Perinatal OB Certificate and unlock powerful new strategies for pregnancy emergencies, prescribing dangers, pre-term labor, traumatic birth, gestational diabetes, electronic fetal monitoring, hypertension, postpartum depression, and more!

Learn from the experts! The interdisciplinary team of 15 top-notch clinicians includes MDs, NPs & CNMs. Increase your confidence and unlock new insights to intervene quickly for the most serious pregnancy-related conditions.

Register today… capacity is limited for 2023’s best perinatal event!

Perinatal OB Certificate Summit

LIVE 2-Day Event: March 9–10, 2023
$2,633.85 Total Value
Just $299.99 Today — Save 88% if you register by February 25, 2023!
 
Earn up to 52 CE hours, including up to 6.75 pharmacology CE hours — details coming soon!
Not sure of your schedule? No problem! Pre-order the self-study version here!
Are you ready to hear the latest practice changes on essential perinatal topics...

In just two days of comprehensive live training, you’ll get the newest updates and best practice guidelines to expertly guide your patients through a safe pregnancy and delivery.

You’ll walk away prepared to deliver the very best perinatal care, with an enhanced skill set for:
  • High-Risk Pregnancy
  • Fetal Heart Monitoring
  • Traumatic Birth
  • Sepsis in Pregnancy
  • OB Medications
  • Perinatal Diabetes
  • Perinatal Loss
  • Hypertension in Pregnancy
  • Integrative Maternity Care
  • Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders
  • Cervical Ripening and Induction
Summit Features
  • 2-day live online event to advance your skills before the next perinatal crisis 
  • Expert advice from 15 amazing clinical experts... MDs, DNPs, CNMs & more! 
  • Innovative updates on a multitude of emergent OB conditions 
  • Up-to-date guidelines from AWHONN, ACOG & ACNM 
  • Must-know topics from complication management to the newest OB medications  
  • Earn your Perinatal OB Certificate! 
  • Earn up to 52 total CE hours 
  • Includes up to 6.75 Pharmacology CE hours 
  • Register early for 88% off AND video access for 30 days after the event   
Joining this essential training is easier than ever, thanks to our two registration options. Select the option that works best for you!
Live Access Pass
You can earn up to 52 CE hours!
  • 2-day LIVE training (March 9 & 10th)
  • Get your questions answered by leading experts
  • Online chat with colleagues across the country
  • Early access to on-demand bonus sessions
  • 30-day recording access to the live summit sessions afterwards
On-Demand Pass
You can earn up to 52 CE hours!
  • Unlimited access to all summit sessions (live sessions and bonus sessions)
  • Watch the videos on your own pace and schedule
  • Unlimited access to all handouts
  • Completely flexible learning for your busy schedule
  • Includes your Perinatal OB Certificate!
Whether you participate in the live online training or choose the on-demand video option, the Perinatal OB Certificate Summit offers high-quality education with flexibility to fit your needs as a wound care professional. Both options provide you full access to session handouts and presentation slides!
Perinatal OB Certificate Summit
LIVE 2-Day Event: March 9–10, 2023
$2,633.85 Total Value
Just $299.99 Today — Save 88% if you register by February 25, 2023!
 
Earn up to 52 CE hours, including up to 6.75 pharmacology CE hours — details coming soon!
Not sure of your schedule? No problem! Pre-order the self-study version here!
Live Sessions – March 9 & 10, 2023
Shawana S. Moore, DNP, APRN, WHNP-BC
Maternal Health Equity: Improving Pregnancy Outcomes
Shawana S. Moore, DNP, APRN, WHNP-BC | Click here for information about Shawana Moore

  • Equity and Inequity in Obstetric Care… what is inequity and what it means for birthing people
  • Background on Inequity in Obstetric Care… root causes of inequity in obstetric care for diverse populations of birth people 
  • Significance of Inequity in Obstetric Care… data/statistic information on morbidities and mortalities among diverse populations, short- and long-term impact
  • Key Strategies to Provide Equity Obstetric Care… how to provide equitable obstetric care, resources for providers
  • Creating a Plan to Provide Equity Obstetric Care… blueprint for success
  • Call to Action… key takeaways to make a difference

Jamie Otremba, CNM, APRN, MSN
Bring it on! Latest Methods for Cervical Ripening & Labor Induction
Jamie Otremba, CNM, APRN, MSN | Click here for information about Jamie Otremba

  • Appropriate circumstances for elective induction of labor 
  • Fastest, safest, most cost-effective ways to accomplish cervical ripening 
  • Current oxytocin dosing protocols 
  • Artificial rupture of membranes: When, why and how 

Dr. Donna Weeks, DNP, RNC-OB, C-EFM, APN
Traumatic Birth Experiences: Best Practices to Minimize Impact to Mom and Baby
Dr. Donna Weeks, DNP, RNC-OB, C-EFM, APN | Click here for information about Donna Weeks

  • Obstetrical emergencies & more! 
  • Effects on the maternal-infant relationship, breastfeeding & subsequent births 
  • Trauma perspective:  Patient’s report degrading and inhumane experiences 
  • A specific plan of care for the sexually abused patient 

Parijat Deshpande, MS, CTP, CCTS-I
Managing Hypertension and High Stress in Pregnancy: A Somatic Approach
Parijat Deshpande, MS, CTP, CCTS-I | Click here for information about Parijat Deshpande

  • Why “take a breath and relax” is not a solution to elevated blood pressure  
  • Hidden realities of stress physiology 
  • Intersection between stress and hypertension 
  • Empowering your patients for an even healthier pregnancy

Lisa Tremayne, RN, PMH-C, CBC
Maternal Mental Health and Pregnancy: Can Perinatal Mood Disorders be Prevented?
Lisa Tremayne, RN, PMH-C, CBC | Click here for information about Lisa Tremayne

  • Perinatal mood & anxiety disorders (PMADs) affect over 20% of pregnant and postpartum women 
  • Women at risk for PMADs during pregnancy 
  • Validated screening tools 
  • Proactive interventions to potentially erase the emergency/crisis intervention for a new postpartum mom 
  • Evidence-based multidisciplinary treatment modalities  
  • Referral resources and treatment that is appropriate for this temporary and treatable illness

Mechell Duran, DNP, APRN, FNP-C, BC-ADM, CDCES, NBC-HWC, LCCE
Managing the Sugar Bump: Caring for the Gestational Diabetes Client
Mechell Duran, DNP, APRN, FNP-C, BC-ADM, CDCES, NBC-HWC, LCCE | Click here for information about Mechell Duran

  • About 2-10% of childbearing families will experience gestational diabetes 
  • Risk of adverse maternal, fetal, and neonatal outcomes 
  • Approaches to improve current and future health outcomes for families impacted by gestational diabetes  
  • Current evidence-based recommendations from antepartum through the postpartum period 

Sandra Asanjarani, RNC-OB, MS, NPWH, C-EFM
Pregnancy and Sepsis
Sandra Asanjarani, RNC-OB, MS, NPWH, C-EFM | Click here for information about Sandra Asanjarani

More information coming soon!

Hector Chapa, MD, FACOG
The Future of OB Care: The Patient, The Provider, and The Promise
Hector Chapa, MD, FACOG | Click here for information about Hector Chapa

  • New data analyses on the course of “modern labor” 
  • Postpartum hemorrhage and prophylactic medication 
  • The future of preterm birth prediction 
  • Traumatic events take a toll  
  • Healthcare is a team sport 
  • Never lose passion for our profession 
Perinatal OB Certificate Summit
LIVE 2-Day Event: March 9–10, 2023
$2,633.85 Total Value
Just $299.99 Today — Save 88% if you register by February 25, 2023!
 
Earn up to 52 CE hours, including up to 6.75 pharmacology CE hours — details coming soon!
Not sure of your schedule? No problem! Pre-order the self-study version here!
PLUS, when you register today, you’ll receive 12 FREE on-demand bonus sessions!
Rosale Lobo, PhD, RN, MSN, LNC
Legal Risk Aversion Tools for Obstetrical Nurses: Immediate License Protection
Rosale Lobo, PhD, RN, MSN, LNC | Click here for information about Rosale Lobo

  • Analyze difficult conversations and documentation hacks for clear communication 
  • Anticipate worst outcomes with powerful new tools 
  • Prepare for high risk obstetrical complications  
  • Analytics of OB cases gone wrong 
  • License defense tactics to incorporate immediately 

Shawana S. Moore, DNP, APRN, WHNP-BC
Pregnancy and Environmental Risks
Shawana S. Moore, DNP, APRN, WHNP-BC | Click here for information about Shawana Moore

More information coming soon!

Rebecca Cypher, MSN, PNNP
Electronic Fetal Monitoring: A Standardized Approach
Rebecca Cypher, MSN, PNNP | Click here for information about Rebecca Cypher

  • Uncertainties surrounding intrapartum monitoring  
  • Potential adverse maternal and neonatal outcomes 
  • Overview of fetal monitoring principles and techniques 
  • Review of rhythms for interpretation and practice 
  • Maternal-fetal safety 

Kathy Fray, Midwife/Author/Perinatal Integrative Healthcare Thought-Leader
Integrative Maternity Health Care
Kathy Fray, Midwife/Author/Perinatal Integrative Healthcare Thought-Leader | Click here for information about Kathy Fray

  • Therapeutic Modalities Basics… definitions of perinatal Integrative Medicine (IM) in maternity healthcare IMHC/PIM, five Categories of CAMs/T&CMs (complementary & alternative medicines) 
  • PIM during the Antepartum (Pre-Pregnancy & Pregnancy)… Preconception, Routine Pregnancy Care, Common Discomforts of Pregnancy, Pregnancy Pathophysiology, Labor & Birth Preparation 
  • PIM during the Intrapartum (Labor & Birth)… ‘Wholistic Birth-Rite’ Kit Prep, First Stage: Labor (latent & active dilatation), Second Stage: Birth (baby), Third Stage: After-Birth (placenta), Holistic support for Natural Labor & Normal Birth, Complementary support for Medical Complexities & Obstetric Complications 
  • PIM for Postpartum (Mother & Baby)… Maternal wellness & disease, Neonatal wellness & disease

Jamie Otremba, MSN, RN, CNM
OB Medication Update: The Latest Pharmacological Options for Pregnancy and Birth
Jamie Otremba, MSN, RN, CNM | Click here for information about Jamie Otremba

  • Best current medications to treat the “Top 10” pregnancy problems 
  • New FDA pregnancy safety labeling  
  • Analyze pre-pregnancy medications for safety 
  • Update on over-the-counter products for use during pregnancy 
  • Latest labor and delivery medication news
 

Kathy Fray, Midwife/Author/Perinatal Integrative Healthcare Thought-Leader
Avoiding the Preventable Cascades of Intervention: Understanding the Secrets of Natural Labor for Normal Birth
Kathy Fray, Midwife/Author/Perinatal Integrative Healthcare Thought-Leader | Click here for information about Kathy Fray

Deep-diving into the “Cascade of Intervention” vs the “Cascade of Normalcy”

  • Understanding obstetrically the medical repercussion consequences of the “Cascade of Intervention”
  • Understanding holistically the natural flow of uninterrupted spontaneous labor
  • Epidurals – understanding the consequences – are you really obtaining fully informed Consent? Know the stats.
  • Re-defining how we explain to women the Four Stages of Childbirth
  • Re-defining how to explain pharmaceutical and natural pain management options
  • 'To Do' lists for Birth Practitioners and 'To Do' their expectant Clients - to achieve the best birth outcome

Jamie Otremba, MSN, RN, CNM
High-Risk Obstetrics: Current Trends, Treatments & Issues
Jamie Otremba, MSN, RN, CNM | Click here for information about Jamie Otremba

  • Preclampsia, Eclampsia and HELLP 
  • Preterm Labor: Rapid Diagnosis and Intervention Can Make all the Difference 
  • The Perils of Shoulder Dystocia 
  • Post-Partum Hemorrhage 
  • High-Risk Induction 
  • Venous Thromboembolism in Pregnancy and Postpartum 
  • Placenta Accreta 

Dr. Donna Weeks, DNP, RNC-OB, C-EFM, APN
High Risk Postpartum Patients: Conquer the Mother-Baby Warning Signs
Dr. Donna Weeks, DNP, RNC-OB, C-EFM, APN | Click here for information about Donna Weeks

  • Post-birth warning signs and their implications for reducing maternal mortality 
  • Pathophysiology that places pregnant morbidly obese women at risk for dysfunctional labor 
  • Latest neonatal resuscitation: Urgent signs you can’t miss! 
  • Current recommendations for common causes of maternal mortality 

Sunita Osborn, PsyD, MA
Perinatal Loss: An Attachment-Informed Treatment Framework for Helping Clients Process and Heal from Pregnancy Loss
Sunita Osborn, PsyD, MA | Click here for information about Sunita Osborn

  • Perinatal Loss: Common Misconceptions
  • Assessment: Exploring Clients’ Reproductive Story 
  • Treatment Planning for Pregnancy and Infant Loss 
  • Treatment Interventions: Helping Clients Move Forward, Not On 
  • Clinical Considerations 

Jennifer Dieter, MPT
The Ultimate Prenatal Exercise Workshop
Jennifer Dieter, MPT | Click here for information about Jennifer Dieter

  • Pregnancy: Physiological Changes Across the Trimesters  
  • Strong as an Expecting Mother: Strategies for an Active Pregnancy  
  • Contraindications and Warning Signs 

Dawn M. Kersula, MA, RN, LCCE, FACCE, IBCLC
Breastfeeding Success: Latch Secrets, Alternative Feeding Methods & Medication Safety 
Dawn M. Kersula, MA, RN, LCCE, FACCE, IBCLC | Click here for information about Dawn M. Kersula

  • Evaluate positioning for breastfeeding couplets based on infant preference and need 
  • New research suggesting the role of insulin in milk production 
  • Feeding alternatives for babies struggling with latch in the first days postpartum 
  • Medication safety: Considerations for availability to baby 

Elizabeth Frey, FCAMPT, MCISC(MANIP), MSc. PT, MSc, BPHE, BSc, MCPA
Pelvic Changes Associated with Pregnancy & Menopause
Elizabeth Frey, FCAMPT, MCISC(MANIP), MSc. PT, MSc, BPHE, BSc, MCPA | Click here for information about Elizabeth Frey

  • Practical Management Techniques 
  • Why the inner core is often the missing piece of the puzzle    
  • How to connect with the diaphragm and pelvic floor to target incontinence, prolapse and dyspareunia   
  • Exercise interventions to maximize strength and mobility  
  • Evidence-informed techniques you can use to optimize function 
Perinatal OB Certificate Summit
LIVE 2-Day Event: March 9–10, 2023
$2,633.85 Total Value
Just $299.99 Today — Save 88% if you register by February 25, 2023!
 
Earn up to 52 CE hours, including up to 6.75 pharmacology CE hours — details coming soon!
Not sure of your schedule? No problem! Pre-order the self-study version here!
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