MA AWHONN STATE CONFERENCE 2022: Do you see me? Do you hear me?

Do you see me? Do you hear me?

MA AWHONN 2022 Conference Exhibitor Booth Registration

We welcome your support for our 2022 state conference. Please find booth registration / sponsorship options below

~CANCELLED~. Do You See Me? Do You Hear Me? The Fall 2020 Conference of AWHONN’s Massachusetts Section

Do You See Me?
Do Your Hear Me?
The 2020 conference of AWHONN’s Massachusetts Section

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MA AWHONN is looking forward to bringing you another great perinatal conference. Meet up with friends, enjoy great food, and have fun. We will have the latest industry vendor support and displays. Our excellent program includes topics of:

Updates on the AIM initiatives in Massachusetts

Providing Gender Affirming Care in OB/GYN health

The Team Birth Project

Early Recovery After Delivery (ERAD)

Maternal Levels of Care and the Obstetric Co-Morbidity Index (OB-CMI)

Breastfeeding’s Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse: Hypoglycemia, Hyponatremia, Weight Loss, and Hyperbilirubinemia

Bridge the Chasm between Pregnancy and Women’s Health over the Life Span

Space is limited, be sure to register early and save with our early bird registration.

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This activity has been submitted to the American Nurses Association Massachusetts for approval to award contact hours. The American Nurses Association Massachusetts is accredited as an approver of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.

For any questions and dietary requests, please email Matt Medina, the MA Section Secretary Treasurer at

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How to sleep like a baby: Best practices for Safe Sleep and Neonatal Abstinence

How to sleep like a baby: Best Practices for Safe Sleep and Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome.

Mary and Kristine are published AWHONN authors with their February 2018 article in Nursing for Women’s Health titled “Barriers to and Interventions that Increase Nurses’ and Parents’ Compliance With Safe Sleep Recommendations for Preterm Infants”.

Mary is a Master’s prepared nurse actively practicing in L&D as well as simulation and holds certification in Electronic Fetal Monitoring. Additionally, Mary is an Assistant Professor at Lawrence Memorial / Regis College School of Nursing in the Family Centered Nursing Course. She is currently enrolled in the Nursing PhD program at Endicott College.

Kristine DiCarlo is a Master’s prepared nurse in active practice as a Perinatal and Continuing Care Nursery Educator. She has over 16 years’ experience as a maternity nurse. Kristine is Board Certified in Nursing Professional Development as well as in Maternal Newborn Nursing.

1.0 Contact Hour

Please join us as Mary & Kristine share their expertise with us!