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WSOA 2019 Annual Meeting

Fairmont Olympic Hotel, Seattle - WSOA Meeting site

Fairmont Olympic Hotel, Seattle – WSOA Meeting site

This Year’s Meeting
more information to follow.

Save the date!

Meeting date: December 6-7, 2019

2019 WSOA Meeting Brochure (coming soon)

The Fairmont/Olympic Hotel, Seattle

Online Registration

Online Registration CLICK HERE

Printable meeting registration form CLICK HERE

Exhibitors

NOTE:  Exhibitor Opportunities sell out quickly. If you are interested in an opportunity we strongly advise that you submit your interest ASAP. 

Online Exhibitor Opportunities Registration

Printable exhibitor registration form

Printable exhibitor agreement form

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Trauma and Birth: Multidisciplinary Approaches To Prevention and Healing

March 28-30, 2019

Seattle Marriott Waterfront

Hosted by:

Perinatal Support Washington and

Prevention and Treatment of Traumatic Childbirth (PATTCh)

This regional conference will bring together professionals from diverse perspectives in perinatal health to learn about the impact of trauma before, during, and after birth. The conference with be 3 days and we anticipate 300 providers including OB-GYNs, psychiatrists, ARNPS, psychotherapists, doulas, midwives, labor and delivery nurses,  childbirth educators, lactation specialists, peers/advocates, hospital administration and staff, and other health care providers that interact with parents during the perinatal period.

CMEs available.

Registration and more info http://perinatalsupport.org/2019-conference/

For more information please contact, Mia Edidin at mia.edidin@perinatalsupport.org

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Kaiser Permanente Washington Offers Free Online Training

Screening and assessment of suicide risk in medical settings is crucial to providing safety and treatment to a suicidal patient. Suicide is the tenth-leading cause of death in the United States, ahead of both prostate cancer and automobile accidents. A devastating event for family, friends, and care providers, suicide is preventable. Because 50 percent of individuals who die by suicide see a medical provider within one month before their passing—often for treatment of depression—the issue of suicide prevention is of particular importance in the health care setting. Kaiser Permanente is committed to developing an evidence-based approach to preventing suicide in health care settings by systematically screening patients for suicide risk, providing structured assessment of those identified as being at risk, and following up with interventions that include crisis response planning, removal of lethal means, and integrated behavioral health care.

For more information and details about the course – CLICK HERE 

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