Sat, Oct 05|
THE TOM BRADLEY TOWER ROOM (27TH FLOOR)
2019 CNMA Annual Meeting
CNMA's Annual Meeting, held in DTLA this year!
Time & Location
Oct 05, 2019, 8:00 AM – 5:30 PM
THE TOM BRADLEY TOWER ROOM (27TH FLOOR) , 200 N Spring St, Los Angeles, CA 90012, USA
About The Event
CNMA is excited to announce our ANNUAL MEETING will be held on October 5th, 2019 this year in Los Angeles at the The Tom Bradley Tower Room (on the 27th floor) of Los Angeles City Hall.
View our ANNUAL MEETING EVENT PAGE at cnma.org/2019
THE TOM BRADLEY TOWER ROOM (27TH FLOOR)
LOS ANGELES CITY HALL
200 N SPRING ST LA CA 90012
October 5th 2019
8:00 AM - 5:30 PM
Doors open for registration at 07:45
Please join in!!
We will have CNMA business updates, introduction of our new Board members, as well as fantastic presentations including CEUs.
Karen A. Scott, MD Keynote Speaker
Topic: Choosing Courage Over Comfort: Using Reproductive Justice to Move Us from Bias and Blame to Accountability and Autonomy
Dr. Karen A. Scott, MD, MPH, FACOG, is a Reproductive. Justice (RJ) informed sexual, reproductive, and perinatal (SRP) epidemiologist and obstetric hospitalist whose work integrates the social sciences and humanities into participatory health services and quality improvement (QI) research. Currently, Dr. Scott is an assistant adjunct professor in the Family Health Care Nursing Department at the University of California San Francisco (USCF), and a 2018-2019 Women's Policy Institute State Fellow in Reproductive Justice with the Women's Foundation of California. In September, she joined the UCSF Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Reproductive Sciences as an Associate Professor and Academic OBGYN Hospitalist. As a "dissident, disruptive, and recovering" board certified OBGYN and critical public health scholar, her work examines interventions to eliminate and reduce disparities and inequities in SRP health services provision, through the integration of a Black feminist and Reproductive Justice (RJ) Praxis , in the afterlife of slavery and passage of the Congressional Act of 1807 (which took effect in 1808, prohibiting further participation of the United States in the slave trade.). A Black feminist-RJ Praxis informs the ethical considerations, theoretical concepts, methods, and methodologies in her research, practice, pedagogy, and policy analysis. Her primary goal is to develop a program of participatory justice and equity-based research to examine the association between structural gendered racism and clinical cognition, assessment, diagnosis, provision of services, and shared decision-making processes during hospital based SRP services. Her participatory QI research characterizes the structural, sociocultural, and clinical constructions of reproduction, pregnancy, labor, and birth within hospitals and health systems, through the voices, lived experiences, and scholarship of Black women, mothers, and birthing people. A secondary goal is to examine the provision of health services in the antepartum, intrapartum, and postpartum units as sites through which gendered racism and obstetric racism can be understood within patient-clinician, patient-system, and community-system interactions, across time, place, and levels of power.
Brenda Jackson DNP, FNP, CNM
Topic: “Midwives as Opinion Leaders & Change Agents”
Brenda serves as Director of the Clinical Care Improvement for Clinical Quality in The Kaiser Permanente Foundation. She leads and supports the national teams for Women & Children’s Health, Multiple Sclerosis, and the Safety Management System. Her work has emphasized interregional, multidisciplinary collaboration to implement strategic advancement in patient quality, safety and care experience.
Angie Magaña, CNM, NP
Topic: Sexual and Gender Minority Health
Angie Magaña is a Certified Nurse Midwife and Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner specializing in sexual and gender minorty healthcare. She earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing Science from California State University Long Beach in 2007, and then her Master’s Degree in Nursing Science from California State University, Fullerton in 2012. Before joining the team at UCSB student health in August this year, Angie was practicing at the Los Angeles LGBT Center where she was the founder and manager of the Audre Lorde Health Program for lesbian, bisexual and queer women, as well as the lead clinician for the Transgender Health Program. She is currently doing a fellowship in psychiatry designed specifically for primary care providers, an additional area of interest to her.
COST OF REGISTRATION:
100.00 for members
(Nonmembers receive the 100.00 rate if you show evidence of joining CNMA when you register. Now is a GOLDEN opportunity to join!!
145.00 for nonmembers
75.00 for students
October 4, 2019
Oeno Vino in Atwater Village @6:00pm.
Address: 3111 Glendale Blvd LA CA 90039
This is a WINE AND CHEESE SOCIAL!
Fee provides a drink ticket, an amazing venue, and a silent auction. There will be a wide variety of food and additional drink for purchase, of which 20% of the proceeds will go back to CNMA.
[CNMA will split the proceeds with the LA Chapter of CNMA]
If you cannot attend, please consider purchasing a ticket as a donation, participate in the silent auction, or donate to CNMA at cnma.org/donate!
LOOKING FOR A PLACE TO STAY? HAVE A SPARE SPACE TO HOST? Let's Midwife BNB!
If you need a place to stay or if you have a place to offer a CNM or SNM, we will provide a way for you to connect…what a wonderful way to network and save on costs!! This can be a great service for students who wish to attend but need to keep costs down. Link available on FB or on our EVENT PAGE.
ACNM/CNMA member price, or if you join CNMA TODAY!
Non-member price for CNMA annual meeting
SNM and Retirees
Student and Retiree CNMA annual meeting ticket price!
FUNDRAISER TICKETS (OCT 4th)
Purchase tickets for the night before Annual Fundraiser at Oeno Vino in Atwater Village! Event starts at 06:00pm