• The Impact of Tongue Tie and Lip Tie on Breastfeeding

    Presenter: Bobak Ghaheri, MD
    Original Date: April 30, 2016

    This presentation covers current challenges related to the development of a safe and evidence-based treatment plan for reproductive-age women with common psychiatric conditions. Specifically, complex maternal pharmacology will is reviewed, followed by exploration of the limitations of research on medication treatments during pregnancy and lactation. Finally, data on the relative safety of specific antidepressant medications is be analyzed in depth.

    1.0 obstetrics CEUs approved by OBNM
  • Infant Feeding Issues: A Structural and Biomechanical Perspective

    Presenter: Michelle Gerbi, DC
    Original Date: April 30, 2016

    Structure and function play an integral role in successful breastfeeding. In this lecture Dr. Gerbi discusses the most common musculoskeletal issues present in newborns and how they relate to feeding issues. She covers simple evaluation tools that can be implemented into a newborn and well-baby screen to help facilitate breastfeeding success. Dr. Gerbi also discusses options for treatment: what you as a provider can do, how to empower parents, and when to refer.


    1.0 obstetrics CEUs approved by OBNM
  • Optimizing Fetal Presentation

    Presenter: Regina Flanagan, ND
    Original Date: April 30, 2016

    In this presentation Dr. Flanagan discusses some techniques and tricks for optimizing fetal presentation in preparation for and during delivery. She also covers case reviews and takes questions from the audience.

    1.5 obstetrics CEUs approved by OBNM
  • The Pharmacological Treatment of Common Perinatal Anxiety and Depressive Disorders

    Presenter: Adria Goodness, CNM, PMHNP
    Original Date: April 30, 2016

    This presentation covers current challenges related to the development of a safe and evidence-based treatment plan for reproductive-age women with common psychiatric conditions. Specifically, complex maternal pharmacology will is reviewed, followed by exploration of the limitations of research on medication treatments during pregnancy and lactation. Finally, data on the relative safety of specific antidepressant medications is be analyzed in depth.


    2.0 CEUs (including 2.0 obstetrics/pharmacy & 0.5 ethics) CEUs approved by OBNM
  • The Naturopathic Treatment of Perinatal Mood

    Presenter: Amanda Roe, ND
    Original Date: April 30, 2016

    This presentation includes the latest research on safe and effective naturopathic treatments for anxiety, depression and mixed perinatal mood disorders. A panel of survivors presents weighing in on their experiences both prenatally and in the postpartum period.


    1.5 obstetrics CEUs approved by OBNM