Caring for the Newborn with Cleft Lip-Cleft Palate
Friday, December 6, 2013 from 7:30 AM to 5:00 PM (EST)
Boston Children's Hospital's Department of Plastic & Oral Surgery, in partnership with the Foundation for Faces of Children, is excited to present the newest evidence-based approaches to cleft lip and palate care.
- In-utero diagnosis of cleft lip-cleft palate: Advanced fetal care counseling
- Physical assessment of the cleft lip-cleft palate infant
- The suck, swallow and breathe sequence
- Growth and development: Caloric and nutrient needs of the CLP infant
- The Robin Sequence/Syndrome: diagnosis, assessment and treatment plan
- Cleft lip-cleft palate: Surgical planning and treatment options
Nursing continuing education units (CEU's) - 7
Hotel room discount available at the Embassy Suites for $129/night, includes breakfast. Limited availability. Please use discount code FFC when booking. Guests can call 781-890-6767 to make a reservation and ask for the Foundation for Faces of Children or go to www.bostonwaltham.embassysuites.com, click "Add special rates and discount codes" and in the Group box enter "FFC".
07:30 - Registration and Breakfast
08:00 - Welcome
Dotty MacDonald, BSN, RN
08:05 - Presentation of New Film: Helping the Newborn with CLP Thrive
09:00 - In-utero Diagnosis of CLP: Advanced Fetal Care Counseling
Donna Morash, RN
Olivia Beaudoin, BSN, RN
10:00 - Physical Assessment of the CLP Infant
Aimee Madden, PA-C
Nancy Ditullio, CPN
11:00 - The Suck, Swallow and Breathe Sequence
Kara Larson, M.S., CCC-SIP
12:00 - Lunch
Patricia Daly Chibbaro, RN, M.S., CPNP
NYU Langone Medical Center
"Twenty-five Years of Experience Working with CLP Patients and Families"
01:00 - Growth and Development:Caloric and Nutrient needs of the CLP Infant
Sharon Boatright Collier, RD, LDN, MED
02:00 - The Robin Sequence/Syndrome: Diagnosis, assessment and treatment plan
Dorothy MacDonald, BSN, RN
Mary Lou Sauro, BSN, RN
03:00 - Surgical Planning, Treatment Options and Patient Outcomes
Dr. John B. Mulliken
04:00 - Panel Discussion: What we've learned, how healthcare professionals can help, after the first year!
Moderator: Dotty MacDonald, BSN, RN
05:00 - Evaluations and CEU's
Patricia Daly Chibbaro, RN, M.S., CPNP
It is with great pleasure that we welcome Patricia Daly Chibbaro, RN, M.S., CPNP, as our Keynote Speaker. Patricia has worked at the Institute for Reconstructive Plastic Surgery, New York University Medical Center since 1988. She also supervises the professional activities at five PNP's and three OB/Gyn Practitioners. At NYU she is a member of the of the Craniofacial, Cleft lip/palate, Microtia, Opthalmic, Vascular Anomaly and Hand/Upper Extremity Conference Teams. She provides pre/post operative evaluation/management, teaching, ongoing counseling, and support to pediatric, adolescent, and young adult patients and their families. She has been a guest lecturer and speaker at many conferecnes. She has conducted research and published many chapters and papers. She has also received multiple awards throughout the years. She is a "Nurse's Nurse," a person willing to share her knowledge, and she works tirelessly to inspire other nurses in the care of Craniofacial and CLP patients.
For questions, please contact Daniel Viens, Boston Children's Hosipital
(p): 617.355.8390 (e) email@example.com
When & Where
Boston Children's Hospital Department of Plastic & Oral Surgery/Foundation for Faces of Children
Boston Children's Hospital Department of Plastic & Oral Surgery
The Department of Plastic & Oral Surgery is one of the largest and most experienced pediatric plastic and oral surgery centers anywhere in the world, with ten dedicated subspecialty programs, including the Cleft Lip and Palate Program. Every year, the department sees over 16,000 children of all ages and with all different types of conditions; those that are present at birth, those acquired later in life, the most common and the most rare and complex.
We are proud to welcome you to our department—one of the largest and most experienced pediatric plastic and oral surgery centers anywhere in the world, with ten dedicated subspecialty programs.
Every year, we see more than 16,000 children of all ages and with all different types of conditions: those that are present at birth, those acquired later in life, the most common and the most rare and complex.- See more at: http://www.childrenshospital.org/centers-and-services/departments-and-divisions/department-of-plastic-and-oral-surgery/overview#sthash.aw2T5ImS.dpuf
Foundation for Faces of Children
The Foundation for Faces of Children is dedicated to improving the lives of children with craniofacial differences, including cleft lip, cleft palate, and other head and facial conditions. Our mission is to provide patients and families with the most accurate, up-to-date, and accessible information about facial differences, and to advocate for the best care possible for children with facial differences.