Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome Symposium PRE-CONFERENCE

PRE-CONFERENCE Sunday June 25, 2023

Registration Check-in

Nueces Foyer
Breakfast served

Brief Motivational Interviewing: Supporting the Behavior change Process by Stacy Ogbeide, PsyD, ABPP, CSOWM, Associate Professor of Family & Community Medicine and Assistant Dean for Faculty, UT Health San Antonio (limited to 36)
1:00-1:30 PM
Nueces Foyer
Refreshments served
1:30-2:30 PM
Overdose Prevention Training Update by Diana Cavazos, PhD, MSN, RN, Assistant Professor/Clinical, UT Health San Antonio, School of Nursing (meets DEA SUD training requirement)
Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome Symposium: Connecting Families and Communities using a Culturally Congruent Approach
SYMPOSIUM DAY 1 Monday June 26, 2023
Registration Check-in (breakfast and coffee served)
Corpus Christi
Welcome Dr. Fauzia Khan, Public Health Director City of Corpus Christi
Corpus Christi
Prenatal opioids, mother and children by Stephen Merhar, MD, MS, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical, Associate Professor Division of Neonatology via ZOOM
Corpus Christi
The Importance of Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome Services for Women and Families in Texas by Courtney Harvey, PhD, Associate Commissioner and Mental Health Statewide Coordinator, Texas Health and Human Services Commission
Break with exhibitors

ROOMTrack 1 ROOM Corpus ChristiTrack 2 ROOM Nueces
10:15-11:15Neurobiology of Addiction
by Brad Fitzwater, MD, Substance Use Medical Director
Texas Health and Human Services Commission
(meets DEA SUD training requirement)
The Bridge Program: Caring for Pregnant People
with Substance Use Disorder
by Leah Habersham, MD, MBA,
MS, FACOG, FASAM, Assistant Professor,
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
(meets DEA SUD training requirement)
11:20-12:20Canadian Pregnancy Outreach Program:
Model of Care by Dr. Janine Hardial, MD,
CCFP, FCFP, Family Physician
Family CARE Portfolio: A tool to help Coordinate, Advocate, Record, and Empower Families in Texas by Andrea Rincones-Hernandez, CHWI, Research Administration Specialist, Baylor College of Medicine

Pregnancy and Early Parenting in Recovery: A Situation Specific Self-Management Theory by Nicole Mattson, PhD, RN, CNS-BC, Assistant Professor, Marquette University College of Nursing
12:20-1:20Lunch on own
1:20-2:20Serving the Unique Family by
Rebecca Vahle, MA Ed, Founder & Executive Director,
Family to Family Support Network
1:20-1: 50 PM Implementing a neonatal abstinence syndrome toolkit to improve nurse self-efficacy and knowledge by Maria V. Hughes, DNP, RN, MSN. MHA, NEA-BC, Clinical Assistant Professor, Purdue University Northwest, College of Nursing

1:50-2:20 PM UT Street nursing: Nursing education without walls by Diana M. Cavazos, PhD, RN, Assistant Professor/Clinical, UT Health San Antonio School of Nursing
2:25-3:25Supporting Women in Aftercare Alpha Home Alumnae by Lisa Jensen, LCSW-BCD, Chief Officer & Barbara West Hood, Recovery Coach
3:25-3:35Pre-FunctionBreak with Exhibitors
3:35-4:35Corpus ChristiOne Goal, Many Paths: Identifying pathways to provide support and services to families with substance exposed infantsby Marco Quesada, Division Administrator- Field Operations/Master Investigation Program, Child Protective Services
4:45-5:45Pre-FunctionPoster Presentations Authors Present and Reception
TIMEROOMSYMPOSIUM DAY 2 Tuesday June 27, 2023
7:30-8:30Pre-FunctionVisit with Exhibitors (Breakfast & Coffee served)
8:00-8:30Corpus ChristiTBA (NIDA) TENTATIVE
8:35-9:35Corpus ChristiRespectful Maternity Care: Every Interaction Matters by Rose L. Horton, MSM, RNC-OB, NEA-BC, FAAN, Specialty Director, Emory Decatur Hospital
9:40-10:40Corpus ChristiRespectful Care for All Families by Rebecca Vahle, MA Ed, Founder & Executive Director, Family to Family Support Network
10:40-11:00Pre-FunctionBreak with exhibitors
11:00-12:10Corpus ChristiSimulation: A day in the life of Sophia by Laura Sisk DNP, RN, & Jasmine Graw, PhD, CPNP, RN, MSN, UT Health San Antonio School of Nursing; Beth Johnson, MSN, APRN, FNP-C, Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi College of Nursing and Health Sciences
12:10-1:30Pre-Function12:10 PM grab your lunch and take a seat BY 12:30
Corpus Christi12:30 PM Mom’s Lunch Panel
1:35-2:35Corpus ChristiAlly vs. Accomplice: How to Call Everyone In by Rose L. Horton, MSM, RNC-OB, NEA-BC, FAAN & Rebecca Vahle, MA Ed
2:35-2:45Pre-FunctionRefreshment Break
2:45-3:45Corpus ChristiClinical and Policy Transformation for A Novel Continuum of Care for Neonatal Abstinence Syndromeby Lisa Cleveland, PhD, APRN, CPNP, IBCLC, FAAN, Professor, Mary Jane Ihle Clark Professor in Caregiving, UT Health SA SON & Charles W. Mathias, PhD, Associate Professor, Tenured UT Health SA Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences