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The Twenty Second Annual Martha Browning Bryant Memorial Lecture

Saturday October 11, 2014 • Eliot Center • 1011 SW 12th Ave • Downtown Portland, Oregon

Registration open! Program and schedule details available here [MS Word Document]


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Sponsored by The Oregon American College of Nurse-Midwives (ACNM) Foundation. This program is supported by an educational grant from Providence Regional Women and Childrenís Program


SPEAKERS - TOPICS

Richard Burwick, MD, MPH: Hypertension Clinical Update: Understanding and implementing the latest ACOG guidelines

Jean Maunder, CNM, MS: Rotating the OP Fetus

Happy Barnes, CNM, MS: Sterile Water Papules for Labor Analgesia

Maggie Alexander, ND, MS, PMHNP: Interpersonal Neurobiology and Nonviolent Communication as It Impacts Stress: Provider Burnout and Secondary Trauma

Brochure and Information [MS Word Document]

TUITION

Regular Registration $125 on or after Oct 1, 2014
Early Registration $100 on or before Sept 30, 2014
Students $50

Tuition includes: Continuing education certification, program syllabus, continental breakfast and lunch. Vegetarian meal option available.


CONTINUING EDUCATION

Continuing Education Units, 6 contact hours, have been applied for through the American College of Nurse Midwives.


PROGRAM COMMITTEE

  • Sarah West and Robi Jaspin, Co-Chairs
  • Alissa McMaken-Roberts, CEU Application
  • Holly Boehm and Sandy Karp, Registration
  • Annie Christopherson and Kathy Kuskie, Food and Venue

ABOUT MARTHA

Martha was a treasured member of the Portland midwifery community who was tragically murdered on her way home from a birth in 1992. The Martha Browning Bryant Memorial Lecture has been held annually to honor her memory and remember her spirit.


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Contact Holly Boehm, Registrar, for more information: mbbregistrar@gmail.com

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