Event

39 is Fine: Ending Early Elective Deliveries
OB Harm Webinar

Program Objectives:

  • Identify a systematic approach to prevent early elective deliveries.
  • Assess the patient for appropriateness of an early elective delivery.
  • Discuss the challenges in implementing an Early Elective Delivery (EED) policy.
  • Develop an induction scheduling algorithm.
  • Utilize a scheduling form for evaluation prior to scheduling the delivery.
  • List components of the education program specific to the respective population ie physicians, clinical staff, office staff and patients.
  • Engage the patient in understanding the risks associated with the early elective delivery.
  • Identify common barriers to establishing an effective early elective delivery hard stop policy and effective strategies to address those barriers.
  • Identify components data distribution and transparency.

 

“39 is Fine” Webinar

Recorded Webinar

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Overview

Learn how Sharp Grossmont Hospital is reducing Early Elective Deliveries using an interdisciplinary approach. Share in the data collection process, lessons learned and practical tips acquired along their successful journey. This webinar will outline the key components to developing an effective program to decrease the number of early elective deliveries (EED).

Program Objectives:

  • Identify a systematic approach to prevent early elective deliveries.
  • Assess the patient for appropriateness of an early elective delivery.
  • Discuss the challenges in implementing an Early Elective Delivery (EED) policy.
  • Develop an induction scheduling algorithm.
  • Utilize a scheduling form for evaluation prior to scheduling the delivery.
  • List components of the education program specific to the respective population ie physicians, clinical staff, office staff and patients.
  • Engage the patient in understanding the risks associated with the early elective delivery.
  • Identify common barriers to establishing an effective early elective delivery hard stop policy and effective strategies to address those barriers.
  • Identify components data distribution and transparency.

 

 

Schedule

Thursday, May 30, 2013

11:00am – 12:00pm

Important: Registration, attendance, completion of online survey, and attestation of attendance is required for each participant to receive continuing education credit for this webinar. A post-event survey including attestation of attendance will be sent to the registrant. If additional participants under the same registration would like to be awarded CEs, registrant may forward survey information to participants for completion.

Faculty

Colleen Burks, BSN, RNC-OB, C-EFM – Clinical Lead – Labor & Delivery, Sharp Grossmont Hospital. 16 years nursing experience.

Lisa DeLong, BSN, RNC-OB – Advanced Clinician – Labor & Delivery, Sharp Grossmont Hospital. 24 years nursing experience.

Lily Pisegna, MBAH, RNC-NE, BSN – Director of Women’s Health Center, Sharp Grossmont Hospital. 34 years nursing experience.

Sharon White, MSN, RNC-OB – Manager – Labor & Delivery, Sharp Grossmont Hospital. 24 years nursing experience.

Continuing Education

Important: Registration, full attendance, completion of online survey, and attestation of attendance is required for each participant to receive continuing education credit for this webinar. A post-event survey including attestation of attendance will be sent to the registrant. If additional participants under the same registration would like to be awarded CEs, registrant may forward survey information to participants for completion.

Nursing — Provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, CEP #11924, for 1.2 Contact Hours.

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