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infant2010 Annual Spring Enfamil® PREMIUM™ Nurses' Conference

In collaboration with the Community Health Division of Inova Health System
Wednesday, April 28

Featuring Madge E. Buus-Frank, RNC, MS, ARNP

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 7:15–8:15 Registration and Breakfast
 8:00–8:15 Welcome and Introductions 
 8:15–9:30 Physical Assessment of the Newborn
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 9:45–11:00 Sometimes Birth is Traumatic!
Case Studies of Serious Birth Trauma

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 11:00–12:00 A New Look at Hypoxic Ischemic Encephalopathy
in the Full-Term Infant


12:00–1:00 Lunch
 1:00–1:45 Lead, Follow, or Get Out of the Way!

 1:45–2:45 Case Studies in Necrotizing Enterocolitis
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 2:45–3:00    Break
 3:00–3:45 Show Me the Evidence!
A Nurses Mini-Guide to Evidence-Based Practice

 3:45–4:20 Top Ten Controversies and Challenges in Perinatal Care

 4:15–4:30 Closing Comments and Evaluation

About the speaker

Madge Buus-Frank has 28 years of clinical experience and a passion for excellence in caring for infants and families. An internationally known speaker and educator, Ms. Buus-Frank is Instructor in Pediatrics at Dartmouth Medical School. She has published extensively and also is principal consultant and co-founder of Dynamic Neonatal Solutions, a consulting firm focused on improving outcomes for NICU infants and families. She earned her associate degree in nursing from University of South Dakota and a nurse practitioner certificate from South Dakota State University. She went on to earn a bachelor's degree from Pennsylvania State Unviersity and a master's degree with honors in nursing from Boston College.

Future nursing seminars
The Department of Perinatal Outreach of the Inova Health System Community Health Division works with Mead Johnson and the March of Dimes to develop content for the Spring and Fall Nursing Seminars. If you have ideas for content or for speakers for the program, please contact Lori Cooper, Director of Perinatal Outreach, at 703-698-2490 or