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

Manual Rotation of the OP or OT Fetus

Jean Maunder, C.N.M.

Tuesday, Nov. 20, 2018
7:30 a.m. - 8:30 a.m.
Portland Providence Medical Center Room HCC 2/3

Jean Maunder CNMJean Maunder completed her nurse-midwifery education at the University of Illinois in 1984 and has been in active practice since. Enjoying education, she has precepted nurse-midwifery students and OB/GYN and family medicine residents for much of that time.She has lectured on the topic of OP rotation nationally and internationally. For three of the past five years, she has taught manual rotation of the OP fetus at the Society of OB/GYN Hospitalists Annual Clinical Meeting. She is author of the OP rotation chapter in the McGraw-Hill textbook, OB/Gyn Hospital Medicine: Principles and Practice,scheduled for release January 4, 2019. Recognizing that 25 percent of all primary c-sections are attributed to OP position, she has developed a passion for sharing her familiarity with this lost art so that all clinician scaring for laboring women may count this vital skill as one of their own.This presentation has the following learning objectives:

1. Recognize the impact fetal OP and OT positions in labor may have on maternal and neonatal morbidity

2. Describe means to diagnose fetal occiput malpositions in labor andtheir relative accuracy

3. Understand the influence of epidural anesthesia on the incidence of OP positions in labor

4. Recognize current organizational endorsements of manual rotations5. Describe the procedure for manual rotation of an OP or OT fetus in labor

Co-hosted by OHSU &Providence Portland Medical Center.A light breakfast will be provided.For questions, please contact cnmgrandrounds@gmail.com

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