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Homestudy Bundle: JPE Issue 27

Homestudy Bundle: JPE Issue 27

Homestudy Bundle: JPE Issue 27

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Launch date: 03 Jun 2019
Expiry Date: 03 Jun 2022

Last updated: 03 Jun 2019

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Description

This bundle includes the following homestudy articles:
- JPE 27.1: Beyond Lamaze: Are we missing the key to unlock women’s potential?
- JPE 27.2: A Qualitative study of Social, cultural, and Historical Influences on African American Women’s Infant-Feeding Practices
- JPE 27.3 A: Blueprint for Advancing High-Value Maternity Care Through Physiologic Childbearing
- JPE 27.3 B: Traumatic Childbirth and Its Aftermath: Is There Anything Positive?
- JPE 27.4: Continuous Support for Women During Childbirth: 2017 Cochrane Review Update; Key Takeaways

Objectives

Discuss the effect of neocortical stimulation
A. Neocortical stimulation
B. Conscious versus subconscious brain functions
C. Forms
Describe at least one way to enhance “positive energy” of physiological birth
D. Physiological Birth
i. Enhancement
ii. Detraction
Recall the Positive Birth Movement (PBM)
E. Founding of PBM
F. Purpose of PBM
G. Example of PBM
Recall the elements of this research design with respect to the use of focus groups, theoretical framework, sampling, and data analysis
I. Research Design
A. Focus groups
B. PEN-3 model
C. Sample and setting - Analysis A
Describe the themes identified in this study that substantiate precious works
II. Themes found in existing literature
A. It takes a village
B. Real world issues
a. Work
b. Pain
C. Personal realities
a. Best for mom
b. Best for baby
c. Formula as “empowerment”
Discuss the themes identified in this study that highlight the socio-historical factors not previously reported.
III. Themes under-explored in existing literature
A. Historical stigma
B. Negative body image
C. Breastfeeding as “nasty”
Explore interventions aimed to increase breastfeeding initiation and duration among African American women.
IV. Implications for practice
A. Increased awareness
B. Diversity in lactation support workers
C. Generational interventions
Describe the six new outcomes of this updated review.
I. Systematic Review
a. Cochrane review
b. Updated review
c. GRADE ratings
Recall the definition, benefits, risks, and outcomes of continuous labor support.
II. Continuous labor support
a. Definition
b. Benefits
c. Outcomes not affected
d. Harms, if any
Discuss the differences in continuous labor support based on the provider of support, the clinical contexts, and countries with differing income levels.
III. Differences in continuous labor support
A. Types of providers
B. Clinical contexts
C. Countries with different income levels
Recall the advantages of supporting perinatal physiologic birth.
I. Advantages of perinatal physiologic birth
A. Healthy outcomes for women & newborns
B. Maternal & fetal readiness for safe birth
C. Safe maternal & newborn transition after birth
Describe the 6 improvement strategies highlighted within the article.
II. Six improvement strategies
A. Innovative care delivery, payment systems, & quality improvement initiatives
B. Advance performance measures
C. Engagement of childbearing families
D. Interprofessional education supporting team-based care
E. Optimal workforce composition & distribution
F. Priority research to advance the science of physiologic childbearing and its impact on outcomes
Discuss the needed systemic transformation needed, including identification of stakeholders.
III. Systemic transformation
A. Restoring respect for physiologic childbearing
B. Stakeholders
C. Implementation of recommendations
Recall the elements of the current research, including the design, research questions, and instruments used
Current Research
A. Design
B. Research Questions
C. Instruments
Discuss the results of the current research in terms of the sample, and the instruments, including recommendations for childbirth educators
IV. Results
A. Sample
B. Instruments
C. Recommendations
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This bundle features homestudy articles written by:
- Sangheetha Parthasarathy, DipHB(KGH)
- Stephanie DeVane-Johnson, PhD, CNM, Cheryl Woods Giscombe, PhD, PMHNP-BC, Ronald Williams II, PhD, Cathie Fogel, PhD, RNC (WHCNP), FAAN, and Suzanne Thoyre, PhD, RN
- Melissa D. Avery, PhD, CNM, FACNM, FAAN, Amy D. Bell, DNP, RNC-OB, NEA-BC, CPHQ, Debra Bingham, DrPH, RN, FAAN, Maureen P. Corry, MPH, Suzanne F. Delbanco, PhD, MPH, Susan Leavitt Gullo, RN, BSN, MS, Catherine H. Ivory, PhD, RN-OB, FAAN, John C. Jennings, MD, Holly Powell Kennedy, PhD, CNM, FACNM, FAAN, Katy B. Kozhimannil, PhD, MPA, Lawrence Leeman, MD, MPH, Judith A. Lothian, PhD, RN, LCCE, FAAN, Harold D. Miller, Tony Ogburn, MD, Amy Romano, MBA, MSN, CNM, Carol Sakala, PhD, MSPH, and Neel T. Shah, MD, MPP, FACOG
- Cheryl Tatano Beck, DNSc, CNM, FAAN, Sue Watson, and Robert K. Gable, EdD
- National Partnership for Women & Families

Current Accreditations

This course has been certified by or provided by the following Certified Organization/s:

  • California Board of Registered Nursing (CBRN)
  • 6.00 Hours

Faculty and Disclosures

Additional Contributors

Nurse Planner: Renece Waller-Wise, MSN, RNC-OB, CNS, CLC, CNL, LCCE, FACCE

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