Supporting women and families of newborns with opioid-related neonatal abstinence syndrome
Wednesday, July 25th, 11:00 to 12:00 (EDT)
Dr. Alice Ordean MD, CCFP, MHSc, FCFP, DABAM, FASAM
- To review the prevalence of perinatal opioid use and associated factors.
- To describe the presentation and management of opioid-related neonatal abstinence syndrome (NAS).
- To review supports for women and families during pregnancy, after delivery and once baby is discharged home.
- To discuss the role of breastfeeding in NAS.
This webinar is free to all participants
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|Tuesday May 22, 2018
9:00 Pacific/ Noon Eastern
There is growing evidence of the effectiveness of integrating an understanding of trauma, gender, and sex into all aspects of our work on substance use issues.
About the webinar
The webinar will:
- Provide an overview of trauma, gender, and sex informed approaches to substance use and addiction;
- Provide examples where trauma, gender, and sex informed approaches are being integrated in Canadian substance use programming; and
- Review tools for program and policy development to support the integration of TGS approaches into our work in the substance use field.
The webinar will be based on a new resource ‘New Terrain: Integrating Trauma and Gender Informed Responses into Substance Use Practice and Policy’ developed by the Centre of Excellence for Women’s Health. New Terrain will be available at bccewh.bc.ca on May 22, 2018.
About the CEWH
The Centre of Excellence for Women’s Health (CEWH) is a research and knowledge exchange centre focused on linking research on gender and health to policy and practice.
|About the Trauma/ Gender/ Substance Use (TGS) Project
This webinar is part of a two-year project designed to guide the further integration of trauma informed and gender informed practice into substance use policy and prevention, health promotion, treatment and harm reduction services that reach and/or affect all Canadians, including those with substance use concerns.