Outreach and Education
OB Grand Rounds is held at the New Academic Building (NAB), Located at 790 Irving Avenue every Friday from 7:30am to 8:30am. Due to the pandemic, these presentations were being conducted virtually. They are now back to being an in-person meeting covering a wide variety of current OB and GYN topics being presented by local and nationally recognized experts.
If you are interested in presenting, please contact Allison Theberge, firstname.lastname@example.org
The annual Symposium celebrates its 50th on October 20, 2023. Current OB and Neonatal topics are chosen to keep the nurses, providers and residents from Central New York updated on the most recent developments in perinatal care.
NEONATAL ENCEPHALOPATHY: A LEGAL PERSPECTIVE
Dr. Michael Weiss, University of Florida, Professor Division of Neonatology
UPDATE ON THE STATE OF THE ART OF PEDIATRIC PALLIATIVE CARE IN CENTRAL NEW YORK: THE GOOD, THE BAD AND THE UGLY
Dr. Irene Cherrick, Upstate Medical University, Professor of Pediatrics
THE ASSOCIATION OF TRAVEL TIME WITH ADVERSE OBSTETRIC OUTCOMES IN CENTRAL NEW YORK
Nicholas P. Baranco, MD, State University of New York,
Upstate Medical University, Clinical Assistant Professor
SO YOU FOUND AN ANOMALY ON ULTRASOUND—NOW WHAT?
Robert K. Silverman, MD, State University of New York, Upstate Medical University, Crouse Hospital, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Co-Director, Regional Perinatal Program, Professor, Director, MFM fellowship
THE 4TH TRIMESTER
Adriann Combs, DNP, NNP-BC
WHAT WE REMEMBER: INSIGHT FROM SURVIVORS OF TRAUMATIC CHILDBIRTH>
Anne Garrett, CFRE
TRANSCRANIAL MAGNETIC STIMULATION THERAPY
Dr. Tolani Ajagbe, FASAM, Upstate Medical University, Division Chief, Division of Addiction Psychiatry /
Colleen Clark, Addiction Treatment Provider Coordinator
Regional Educational Evening Mini Series
The CNY Regional Perinatal Program is now offering expanded educational opportunities throughout the year with the Regional Educational Evening Mini Series. Each evening will be dedicated to a different topic to expand the knowledge base of the community, nurses, providers and residents in the most recent developments in perinatal care.
For further information regarding the CNY Regional Educational Evenings please contact the Regional Neonatal Outreach Coordinator at (315) 470-7687.
2020 Mini Series Calendar
Jan. 28, 2020 | Supporting Parents at the Time of Perinatal or Infant Loss
5:00-7:30pm, Marley Education Center, 765 Irving Ave., Syracuse
Cost: $10 (light meal included) | Register Online
- Brigid A. Boyle, GC-C, M. Div. - presentation
- Lindsey Large, "My Journey Through Pregnancy Loss" - presentation
March 31, 2020 | LGBTQ+ Health Awareness
5-8 pm, doors open at 4:30pm | Marley Education Center
- Jen Deshaies IBCLC, CD, BBCE will be presenting on:
Why Inclusive Language Matters for Families with Babies, and
Alternative Feeding Methods for Non-traditional Families
- Samuel Castleberry M.S. and Rachel Fabi, Ph.D will be presenting on:
Creating a Safe and Welcoming Space for LGBTQ+ patients, and
LGBTQ+ Bioethics Case Review
Families will share their personal stories of what went well and what could have gone better in their Maternal Child Health and healthcare experiences
Cost is $10 and includes a light dinner
Please note: At the current time we will no longer be able to offer CEUs/CMEs for the evening.
Regional Perinatal Program Outreach Site Visit
In keeping with the NYS DOH requirements, the annual Regional Perinatal Program Outreach meeting is held at each hospital in the Central New York Region with obstetrical services.
For this visit, the team from the Regional Perinatal Center will consist of a Maternal/Fetal Medicine attending and a Neonatology attending as well as the Perinatal Nurse Coordinators of OB and Neonatology. Affiliate hospital staff to attend will be the Chiefs of Obstetrics and Pediatrics, the OB/Pediatric Nurse Manager and other obstetrical, pediatric and nursing care providers. Functions to be carried out will include:
- Presentation of two perinatal education topics by the Outreach Team from the Regional Center.
- Review of the hospitals Statewide Perinatal Data System annual report from the previous year.
- Report/analysis by the Regional Centers SPDS Coordinator of the hospitals SPDS report in comparison with the region-wide report, other hospitals data and national standards.
- Discussion of pre-identified cases from the prior year, chosen by the Regional Center or the Affiliate staff, which are of special interest, concern, or educational value.
- Review of the maternal/newborn consultation/transport experience of the Affiliate hospital for the prior year with feedback regarding outcomes and detailed discussion of cases with significant morbidity or mortality. Discussion of any other issues regarding the Affiliate hospital or Regional Center patient care functions or relationships.
- Discussion of any other issues regarding the Affiliate hospital or Regional Center patient care functions or relationships.