First Look: Upcoming July Webinars

We want to make it as easy as possible for you to know about all of the webinars we have to offer you each month, so we put together this list (which you can also find HERE on our events page) to help you register on time so that you don’t miss a thing!

My Baby – My Feeding Plan

24 JULY 2019 – 10AM PST

Dr Brown’s Medical presents: My Baby – My Feeding Plan. This one-hour webinar will provide information on therapeutic intervention to achieve long term infant feeding goals in the outpatient setting. We will discuss the causes of feeding difficulties, developmental limitations of the premature, late preterm and full term infant, the role of the therapist, and treatment techniques to enhance breast and bottle feeding success at home.


Speaker: Elisa Doherty, OTR/L, CLC

A Model for Transforming Safety and Outcomes

25 JULY 2019 – 9AM PST

Trust and Just Culture presents: A Model for Transforming Safety and Outcomes. Safety culture allows for fair evaluation of patient care outcomes and medical errors. With a goal of creating safer systems of care, a distinction is made between human error in unreliable systems and intentional unsafe acts. In this webinar, you’ll learn about this transformative model for performance improvement including the implementation of shared governance, principles of crew resource management, simulation, unit-level leadership and culture.


1. Describe at least one characteristic of a “Just Culture” as it relates to patient safety.

2. List two practices that support a culture of safety.

3. Using the ” 7 C’s To Building Trust” list one area where you excel in building trust; and list one area that you could improve.

Speakers: Joanne Sorensen and Anne Pedersen

Implementing a Language Nutrition Program

31 JULY 2019 – 8AM PST

Nurses are in a unique position to positively impact the sensory experiences of hospitalized neonates through unit-based language nutrition programs, as well as focused parent education on the importance of language rich interactions with their child even before birth.

Speaker: Sarah Bakke


How a Patient Tragedy Fuels a Culture of Joy

Grief in the NICU

Vomiting in the NICU Population


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