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REGISTER FOR THE 2019 CNMA ANNUAL MEETING!




DETAILS:


Oct 05, 8:00 AM THE TOM BRADLEY TOWER ROOM

(27TH FLOOR)

200 N Spring St, Los Angeles, CA 90012, USA



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 and retirees!


Meeting Highlights


Speakers: Karen 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 epidemiologist and obstetric hospitalist. As a "dissident, disruptive, and recovering" board certified OBGYN and critical public health scholar, her work is accomplished through the application of cultural rigor and a RJ praxis in sexual and reproductive health education, health service provision, health services research, and community informed hospital based QI initiatives. Dr. Scott’s clinical and research interests include the analysis of structural, institutional, and interpersonal factors that inform health care access, quality and utilization, focusing on equitable patient-provider and community-hospital partnerships and shared decision making. Currently, Dr Scott is an assistant adjunct professor in the Family Health Care Nursing Department at the University of California San Francisco, the Director of California Birth Equity Collaborative with the California Maternal Quality Care Collaborative, and a 2018-2019 Women's Policy Institute State Fellow in Reproductive Justice with the Women's Foundation of California.

Brenda Jackson DNP, FNP, CNM Topic: “Midwives as Opinion Leaders & Change Agents”

Brenda will present on various projects she has led while exploring this concept in action. This will include a breakout session and discussion. 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 Magana, CNM, NP Topic: Sexual and Gender Minority Health

Angie Magana has been a program manager at the Los Angeles LGBT Center in Hollywood CA from 2014 to the present providing outstanding culturally competent healthcare in a FQHC with a primary focus on endocrinology, gynecology and sexual health. Among other projects, she has launched a successful program focused on female sexual minority patients, she has managed cross gender hormone therapy for successful and safe transition in accordance with WPATH standards of care; and she has acted as primary resource and trainer for other practitioners to facilitate education and practice updates in transgender medicine and gynecologic health. Fundraiser: Wine and Cheese Social

10/4/19: Oeno Vino in Atwater Village. Time: 6:00pm.Address: 3111 Glendale Blvd LA CA 90039Cost $20.00 This fee will provide a drink ticket, an amazing venue, and a raffle and/or silent auction. There will be a wide variety of food and additional drink for purchase. CNMA will split the proceeds with the LA Chapter of CNMA.

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. We will provide a link to the website and/or Facebook soon.



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