Posters

Professionals will join us for our Innovative Program and Research Poster Session. This is your opportunity to hear and talk with national experts. View and discuss the following featured posters:

Poster Presentations

Bereavement Care Across the Continuum
Paige DelCastillo, BSN, RNC-OB

Building Blocks to a Successful Bereavement Program
Janie Wood, D. Min, BCC; Christine Casey, RN, MSN; and Linda Taloney, MBA

Creating an Intimate Portrait Session: Elevating Healing through Remembrance Portraits Beyond the Snapshot
Gina Harris – Master of Science in Nonprofit Management (MNM)

Creating Community through Remembrance
Elizabeth Swartz RN, BSN, C-EFM, CPLC; Katherine Christian RN, BSN, C-EFM; and Amanda Deits, RN, BSN, RNC-OB, C-EFM, CPLC

Education – The Way You Need It
Ann Coyle RNC-NIC, BS-P, CPLC

Extending the Life of a Newborn with Anencephaly to Benefit Others: How Organ Donation and Multidisciplinary Care Can Help Grieving Parents
Laura Raineri, BSN, RNC-OB

I, too, am a Warrior Mama: Empty Arms, Broken Hearts, and Grieving Wombs
Marcy L. Paul, PhD

Little Lights: A Novel, Collaborative, Hospital-Based Bereavement Photography Program

Patricia S. Vandergrift DNP, APRN

MomsONline: A Pilot Study to Evaluate the Feasibility and Acceptability of Using Existing Online Support Groups to Provide Support for Perinatally Bereaved Mothers
Martha Boggs, BS, CCRC and Katherine J. Gold, MD, MSW, MS

New Jersey Quinn Wilson Law
Katharine Donaldson, MSN, APN, C, WHNP-BC, RNC-OB, CPLC, C-EFM

Pregnancy & Infant Loss Support Organization of the Sierras (PILSOS) – A Community-Based Approach to Improving Care and Healing
Danel Fisher, BSN and Mary Boyle, RN

The Perinatal Loss Alert Program (PLAP)
Anisa Glowczak, MSEd, LPC, NCC, GC-C

Translation of the National Perinatal Association Interdisciplinary Recommendations for Psychosocial Support of NICU Parents and Staff into Clinical Practice
Marylouise Martin, MSN, RNC-NIC, CKC

Understanding the Social Support Experiences of Couples in Perinatal Loss: Initial findings of an Interpretive Description Study
Stephanie Lelond and Dr. Roberta L. Woodgate

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