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1 Proposing an Early Labor Lounge at the University of Utah Medical CenterMartinez, Erminia2020Background:Cesarean sections have become a common operating room procedure in the United States, with approximately one-third of American women delivering by cesarean. Organizations such as the World Health Organization and U.S. Healthy People 2020 have identified the need to reduce Cesarean section...
2 Implementation of Discharge Teaching with Neonatal Nurses in RwandaAdair, Megan2020Background: Global efforts have aimed to decrease neonatal deaths (death in the first 28 days of life). The global neonatal mortality rate (NMR) is approximately 18 per 1,000 live births. In 2015, Rwanda's neonatal mortality rate (NMR) was 20 per 1,000 births with a goal of decreasing that number by...
3 Identifying and Addressing Health-Related Social Needs in Perinatal Women with Substance Use DisorderJones, Kaitlyn M.2020Background: Pregnant and postpartum women with substance use disorder have an increased need for social work services. Existing recommendations include universal screening for health-related social needs and access to social workers to address identified needs. This paper details a quality improveme...
4 Feasibility and Acceptability of the Delivery of Male Reproductive Health Screening and Education Within the Context of a Rural Utah Public Health DepartmentFulmer, Josephine2020Background: The United States unplanned pregnancy rate is 45%, higher than other developed nations. Most interventions aimed at preventing unplanned pregnancy are targeted towards women, however, it requires both a female and male to achieve a pregnancy. In 2014, the Centers for Disease Control and ...
5 Improving Labor and Delivery Nurses Confidence with Unintentional Nurse-Attended Deliveries (UNAD) Through Education and Simulation Skills TrainingArmstrong, Isabelle2020Background: Every day, babies are born in hospitals around the United States. The safest deliveries are those attended by a trained health care provider with the specific delivery skills to assist mother and baby through the birthing process. Despite the best laid plans to have a trained health care...
6 Training Midwives on Rotation of the Persistent Posterior Fetus in the Second Stage of Labor Utilizing SimulationFelker, Lindsay2020Manual/digital rotation of the persistent occiput posterior (POP) fetus has established as a valid intervention that decreases operative vaginal deliveries (OVD) and cesarean deliveries due to fetal malposition. Few certified nurse-midwives (CNMs) receive formal training in this skill, though this i...
7 Improving Birth Attendants' Awareness and Utilization of the Transfer Toolkit for Out-of-Hospital (OOH) BirthsKingston, Ruth; Simonsen, Sara E.2020POSTER
8 Identifying and Addressing Health-Related Social Needs in Perinatal Women with Substance Use DisorderJones, Kaitlyn M.; Roberts, Heather L.; Smid, Marcella; Charles, Jasmin; Simonson, Sara2020POSTER
9 Improving Labor and Delivery Nurses Confidence with Unintentional Nurse-Attended Deliveries (UNAD) Through Education and Simulation Skills TrainingArmstrong, Isabelle; Sanchez-Birkhead, Ana; Elmore, Christina2020POSTER
10 Training Midwives on Rotation of the Persistent Posterior Fetus in the Second Stage of Labor Utilizing SimulationFelker, Lindsay; Cole, Erin; Elmore, Christina2020POSTER
11 Improving Postpartum Depression Screening among WIC CliniciansHewlett, Jennifer; Cole, Erin; Porto, Jillian2020POSTER
12 Relational Group Intervention for Postpartum Depression in Substance-Using Women:A Needs Assessment and Curriculum PlanCoats, Jane; Al-Khudiari, Amanda; Deyette, Sheila; Hutton, Ann; Smid, Marcela2020POSTER
13 Feasibility and Acceptability of the Delivery of Male Reproductive Health Screening and Education Within the Context of a Rural Utah Public Health DepartmentFulmer, Josephine; Simonson, Sara2020POSTER
14 Resources for Identifying and Treating Women with Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders in Richfield, UtahMohamed, Niama2020POSTER
15 Implementation of Discharge Teaching with Neonatal Nurses in RwandaAdair, Megan; Penny, Debra2020POSTER
16 Proposing an Early Labor Lounge at the University of Utah Medical CenterMartinez, Erminia; Cole, Erin2020POSTER
17 Improving Primary Care Providers' Knowledge and Utilization of Pessaries in Women with Pelvic Organ ProlapseSmith, Jennifer2020POSTER
18 Contraceptive Education for Reproductive-Age Women in Kathmandu, NepalDhungel, Sweta; Penney, Debra2020POSTER
19 Depression Screening and Provider Education Within a County Health DepartmentShewell, Adrianne2020POSTER
20 Depression Screening and Provider Education Within a County Health DepartmentShewell, Adrianne2020Background: Depression is a common problem affecting about 1 in 10 women in the United States (U.S.). Rates of depression among women are increasing in Utah from 14.4% in 2016, 17.4% in 2017, and 23.6% in 2020. Depression and can impact quality of life and cause potential suicidality and is often u...
21 Resources for Identifying and Treating Women with Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders in Richfield, UtahMahomed, Naima2020Objective:The purpose of this project was to increase screening rates, awareness, and provide resources about perinatal mood and anxiety disorders (PMADs) at the Central Utah Health Department in Richfield, Utah. Background:PMADs are a public health issue nationwide, yielding negative effects on wom...
22 Improving Birth Attendants' Awareness and Utilization of the Transfer Toolkit for Out-of-Hospital (OOH) BirthsKingston, Ruth2020Background: Planned (OOH) birth is on the rise. Approximately 6.6% of those OOH births result in a transfer to a hospital setting. At the time of a transfer, there is the potential for important information to get missed and not passed on from the OOH birth attendant to the hospital receiving staff....
23 Improving Postpartum Depression Screening among WIC CliniciansHewlett, Jennifer2020BackgroundPostpartum depression affects one in nine women in the United States. Signs and symptoms of postpartum depression vary greatly, from sadness and irritability to over or under-eating. Young mothers, single mothers, mothers of low socioeconomic status, and minorities are at the highest ris...
24 Contraceptive Education for Reproductive-Age Women in Kathmandu, NepalDhungel, Sweta P.2020Background: In Nepal, there is an unmet need for family planning. The unintended pregnancy rate remains high despite numerous strategies by the government to improve the use of contraception. Unintended pregnancy can negatively affect a woman's health and, in Nepal, may increase a woman's risk of un...
25 Relational Group Intervention for Postpartum Depression in Substance-Using Women:A Needs Assessment and Curriculum PlanCoats, Jane2020Background: Patients with comorbid substance use disorder and postpartum depression (PPD) have the highest rates of severe depression. Death to overdose and suicide in postpartum patients remains the primary cause of perinatal death in the state of Utah. The lack of available psychotherapy for post...
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