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Opioid Exposure in Pregnancy and Neonatal Period: A Harm Reduction Approach

November 19, 2020 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

This webinar will cover the impacts of neonatal abstinence syndrome (NAS) on the health of mothers and their infants; how to prevent and/or reduce its impact; how to address stigma; and ways to work with women and infants affected by NAS.

The Registration for this webinar is now full. The webinar will be recorded and will be available for anyone to view on this site under ‘Learning Opportunities’, then ‘Recorded Webinars’. The recording will be posted by November 26.

Details

Date:
November 19, 2020
Time:
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Event Type:

Organizer

Temi Akintilebo
Phone:
306-651-4324
Email:
takintilebo@skprevention.ca

Presenters

Dr. Mahli Brindamour MD, FRCPC
About:

Dr. Brindamour is a general paediatrician with a special interest in global health, refugee and Indigenous health. She provides care to newborns living in Sanctum 1.5, a transitional, supportive home for mothers and their infants facing challenges such as homelessness, addictions and HIV.

Dr. Kali Gartner BHSc, MD, CCFP(AM)
About:

Dr. Gartner is a Family Physician at the Saskatoon Community Clinic and Westside Clinic. She has diverse experience working in interdisciplinary team-based care settings. Her practice includes caring for women and their families during pregnancy, birth, postpartum, and beyond.

Details

Date:
November 19, 2020
Time:
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Event Type:

Organizer

Temi Akintilebo
Phone:
306-651-4324
Email:
takintilebo@skprevention.ca

Presenters

Dr. Mahli Brindamour MD, FRCPC
About:

Dr. Brindamour is a general paediatrician with a special interest in global health, refugee and Indigenous health. She provides care to newborns living in Sanctum 1.5, a transitional, supportive home for mothers and their infants facing challenges such as homelessness, addictions and HIV.

Dr. Kali Gartner BHSc, MD, CCFP(AM)
About:

Dr. Gartner is a Family Physician at the Saskatoon Community Clinic and Westside Clinic. She has diverse experience working in interdisciplinary team-based care settings. Her practice includes caring for women and their families during pregnancy, birth, postpartum, and beyond.