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Life Course Perspective Workshop: The Paradox of Ongoing Loss, Infant Mortality and Health Disparities in the African American Community: A Practical Framework for Solutions in the area of Perinatal Bereavement Support
Terri L. Major-Kincade MD MPH

Writing for Publication and Presentation in the Field of Perinatal Loss and Bereavement
Beth Perry Black, PhD, RN and Patricia Moyle Wright, PhD, CRNP, CNS, CHPN, CNE

Creating Keepsakes and Planning Meaningful Remembrance Ceremonies
Rose Carlson, BS and Yolanda King, MSW

‘Life, Death and Birth: A Collaborative Journey’. Ethics Case Presentation
Leah Blackwell, RN; Brian S. Carter, MD; Paige DelCastillo, RNC-OB; Akwugo Efiezule, MD; Patricia A. Heale, DNP, RNC-OB, C-EFM; Lisa Holwerda, RN and Sandra Uribe, RN

The Perinatal Grief Intensity Scale: An Examination of the Evidence Supporting This New Clinical Screening Instrument
Marianne H. Hutti, PhD, WHNP-BC, FAANP

Parent Care/ Self Care: How to Provide Quality Perinatal Bereavement Care and Cultivate Your Own Sense of Calm, Resilience and Professional Fulfillment
Deborah L. Davis, PhD and Vicki Culling, BA, MA, PhD

Healing Through Play: Helping Siblings Cope with Death
Meghaan Nguyen, MSW, CCLS, and Julia Mendoza BS, CCLS
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Pregnancy Following Perinatal Loss: A Complex Developmental Journey
Joann O’Leary, PhD, MPH, MS; Annette Klein RN and Dorotha G. Cicchinelli BASW MNM LCCE CLC

 Pregnancy Loss and Infant Death for Psychotherapists: Research Updates and Clinical Interventions
Deborah Rich, PhD, Licensed Psychologist, CPLC 

Put Your Oxygen Mask On First
Diane G. Sanford, PhD

“It’s Never Too Early” To Provide Care to a Women Experiencing a Miscarriage
Marie A. Walter MS, RN, C-EFM, CPLC

Making Sense of Research Studies: Quantitative and Qualitative Critique
Denise Côté-Arsenault, PhD, RNC, FNAP, FAAN

Road Map for Sustainability of Perinatal Bereavement Programs: Looking Back, Moving Forward
Joni Cutshaw, BSN, RNC, CPLC, CCAP; Jane Heustis, BSN, RN, CPLC; Marcia Jenkins ASN, RNC, CPLC; Kimberly Taylor, BSN, RNC-OB, CPLC
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