Opening Keynote Presentation

GOLD Neonatal is pleased to offer this free Keynote Presentation open to the general public.

We're thrilled to have Marsha Campbell-Yeo, PhD, NNP-BC, MN, RN as one of our 2021 Keynote Speakers. Dr. Marsha's presentation "Why Are We Still Hurting Babies: Provider and Parent-Led Interventions for the Treatment and Prevention of Procedural Pain" will kick off our fifth Annual Neonatal Conference on June 1. We invite you to join us at our live session or access the public recording of this talk until June 30. Simply reserve your seat to receive exclusive access. A Certificate of Attendance will be provided.

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Live Presentation Time

Jun 7, 2021 05:00 UTC

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Marsha Campbell-Yeo, PhD, NNP-BC, MN, RN
Biography:

Dr. Marsha Campbell-Yeo, a neonatal nurse practitioner and clinician scientist, is a Full Professor at the School of Nursing, Faculty of Health, Dalhousie University and holds cross appointments in the Department of Pediatrics, and Psychology and Neuroscience. Her Canada Foundation of Innovation funded research lab, MOM-LINC (Mechanisms, Outcome and Mobilization of Maternally-Led Interventions to Improve Newborn Care) is located at the IWK Health Centre. She primarily holds grants examining maternally-led interventions to improve outcomes of medically at-risk newborns specifically related to pain, stress and neurodevelopment as well as novel knowledge synthesis and dissemination methods, and digital e-heath interventions aimed at enhancing parental engagement.

She has been recognized for her contributions to the field via numerous training, leadership, and research awards. Most notably, she was invited as a member of the Royal Society of Canada's College of New Scholars, Artists and Scientists, the recipient of the Inaugural Dalhousie University President’s Award for research excellence, was named one of 150 Nurses championing innovation in health for Canada by the Canadian Nurses Association to mark the 150th anniversary of Confederation, a Canadian Institute of Health Research New Investigator Awardee, the Canadian Pain Society 2015 Early Career Awardee, and a Career Development Awardee of the Canadian Child Health Clinician Scientist Program. She is an Executive Council Member of the Pain in Childhood Special Interest Group of the International Society and Executive member of the Council of International Neonatal Nurses.

Abstract: Why Are We Still Hurting Babies: Provider And Parent-led Interventions For The Treatment And Prevention Of Procedural Pain

After decades of healthcare providers not recognizing newborn infants’ capacity to feel pain and the associated adverse outcomes, we now know that current evidence suggests that repeated procedural pain contributes to long-term changes in stress regulation and brain development in vulnerable preterm infants, after accounting for associated clinical confounders. Many medications are often not effective for the most commonly performed painful procedures, and their repeated and frequent use may have potential short and long-term adverse effects. Recent research has thus focused on finding non-pharmacological interventions or sweet tasting solutions as a substitute to pharmacologic treatments, or as a means to reduce the drug-doses needed for optimal analgesia associated with procedural pain. Several of these interventions involve parents, e.g., skin-to-skin care, breastfeeding, or facilitated tucking. Despite this knowledge, clinicians often struggle with incorporating these strategies into everyday practice. Moreover, most parents and many providers remain unaware of the powerful benefits of integrating parents as active participants in newborn pain management. This presenatation will cover interventions to address the treatment and prevention of procedural pain.

Live Presentation Schedule

Jun 7, 2021 05:00 UTC/GMT - (Show local time)

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CME/Nurse Contact Hour/CERP Certificates:

*Free access to the general public is available live on June 1 and as a recording on our website until June 30, 2021. A Certificate of Attendance will be available for attendees.

*Only registered Delegates will be awarded Educational Credit for this presentation and are required to view the live presentation/recording through the Delegates Dashboard to be able to confirm attendace.

*Please be aware that the Handouts to this presentation are for use only by individuals who have attended the live or recorded version of this presentation; and that they are for personal use only and are not to be shared with other non-attending individuals. Thank you.