Nurse-Midwifery Grand Rounds

Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU) School of Nursing's nurse midwifery program is pleased to announce OHSU Nurse Midwifery Grand Rounds, a program from the number one ranked nurse midwifery program in the nation. The Grand Rounds features the Northwest's leading midwifery faculty, clinicians, and experts in women's health care, as they discuss the latest research and evidence-based trends in clinical practice.

OHSU Nurse Midwifery Grand Rounds meets once a month on Tuesday from 7:30 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. and is open to all who are interested. Sessions are held in the OHSU School of Nursing Auditorium, room 144. Midwifery students and faculty, OB residents, and labor and delivery staff are especially encouraged to attend.

We look forward to seeing you at our upcoming Grand Rounds. Video recording of previous Grand Rounds can be viewed online by following the archives link below.

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Contact: cnmgrandrounds@gmail.com

Integrating Maternity Care and Addiction Treatment for Pregnant Women with Substance Use Disorders

Project Nurture

Telia Grant, PRM, CD(DONA), Chelsea Barbour, LCSW, and Diana Louise Smith, CNM
*Please note that this event will be held off OHSU campus.

Tuesday, Nov. 21, 2017
7:30 a.m. - 8:30 a.m.
Legacy Emanuel Hospital,
Lorenzen Auditorium
2801 N. Gantenbein Ave.
Portland, Ore.

For more information, please contact us at .

Telia Grant, PRM, CD(DONA) is a Peer Recovery Mentor and Doula for Legacy’s Project Nurture Program. Telia completed doula trainings through MotherTree and International Center for Traditional Childbearing. By integrating the Peer Recovery Mentor and doula roles, Telia provides the women in Project Nurture with continuity of care from their weekly treatment groups, through labor and birth, and into the postpartum period and first year of parenting.

Chelsea Barbour, LCSW grew up in California, and received her undergraduate degree in Women Studies from UC Santa Cruz. She moved to Portland in 2000 and began work in the field of domestic violence, while also practicing as a doula. She completed her Master’s in Social Work at Portland State in 2006, with a focus on the interconnections between trauma, pregnancy, childbirth and early parenting. She is now serving as a social worker and Project Lead for Project Nurture at Legacy Midwifery.

Diana Louise Smith, CNM provides full-scope midwifery care at Legacy Midwifery. Diana received her Masters in Science from the UCSF in 2011. She previously worked with the faculty midwifery practice at the University of New Mexico and is a clinical instructor for OHSU and Frontier midwifery students. Diana is the Clinical Lead for Legacy Midwifery’s Project Nurture.

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