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Transcript: Newborn portraiture Presented by Elisha Guest, CPA Who AM I? Who AM I? Elisha Guest, CPA - Custom Newborn & Children Portrait artist - 2010 - Starting Out & Obtaining Mentors - 2012 - Obtained my studio space - 2012 - Joining PPOC & taking my work to a new level - 2013 - Officially leaving the corporate world and Entering Competitions - 2014 - Building my business and brand - 2014 - Winning my first International competition & Giving back to my community - 2016 - NAPCP Ambassador - 2017 - Obtaining my CPA Specializing in a genre Specializing in a genre Why it IS so Important to have a specialty? BE THE EXPERT BE THE EXPERT From the moment I began this photography journey, I wanted to be an expert in newborn and children portraiture. I wanted to show my clients that I am the expert when I am handling one of the most precious gifts: their newborn baby. I treat my newborn clients as if they were my own child. The care, the calm environment, and safety of my clients is my top priority in every session. Establishing your brand Establishing your brand - Your client Experience - How you Communicate - website/logo - social media pages - & MEDIA - RACHEL - you Video Marketing Video Marketing 2013 2016 Behind the scenes of a baby session 2016 WEBSITE WEBSITE Creating Art Creating Art - Finding Inspiration - Having a vision to create a portrait from start to finish - How self care translate into creating your vision - Establishing your style - 3 words to describe your style - Taking 10,000 bad pictures gets you to learn who you are meant to become as an artist Camera Gear - I am a Canon Girl all the way! - I currently shoot with a Canon Mark III - My go to lens is a Canon 2.8L 24 to 70mm, 50 mm for newborn and baby sessions - I use studio light - TD6 Continuous light & A 50 x 50 Wescott Softbox Camera Gear - Pre- Consult - Email corresponadance when baby has arrived - Book session when baby is 6 to 12 days old - Sessions last 3 to 4 hours in studio - Outline what my clients need to bring to the session - I direct them with wardrobe - keep it simple Session GUIDELINES Creating art - Baby's safety is your #1 Priority - Your studio environment - temperature, no scents, clean - Ask for a parent spotter if you need to move away from baby - The poses I offer to my clients POSING The poses I offer & WHY Chin on Hands - Composite - Babie's cannot support the weight of their head Bum Up - The key is making sure baby's spine in alignment BACK Posing POSING EFFECTIVELY - My version of the Froggie Pose POSING Forward facing prop Forward facing beanbag POSING - ANGLES My art My art - Investing in Education - Looking for educational opportunities that fit who you are as an artist - Being unique and owning who you are as an artist - Don't be afraid to stand out from the crowd Custom Products - I am a boutique studio - I offer IPS - I offer my clients archival products so I control the outcome of my art - Every artist has a different approach - do what works for you Custom Products QUESTIONS QUESTIONS


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Maternal Newborn Presentation

Transcript: Madi Franklin, Jacee Gullett, Mallory Hoffman, Haley Richey, Desirae Shively Maternal Newborn Presentation Prenatal Vitamins Prenatal Vitamins Prenatal vitamins typically contain more folic acid and iron than standard adult multivitamins. Folic acid helps prevent neural tube defects. Iron supports the baby's growth and development; it also helps prevent anemia. Not all prenatal vitamins contain omega-3 fatty acids, which might help promote the baby's brain development. If you don't eat fish or other foods high in omega-3 fatty acids, your HCP may recommend omega-3 fatty acid supplements in addition to prenatal vitamins. When When It is generally a good idea for women of reproductive age to regularly take a prenatal vitamin. The baby's neural tube, which becomes the brain and spinal cord, develops during the first month of pregnancy. It is best to take prenatal vitamins throughout your entire pregnancy. Your HCP may recommend continuing to take prenatal vitamins after the baby is born, especially if you are breastfeeding. Side Effects Side Effects Some women feel nauseous after taking prenatal vitamins. The iron in prenatal vitamins may contribute to constipation. Nursing Interventions Nursing Interventions Educate patient on common side effects. If patient experiences nausea after administration, instruct them to take their vitamin with a snack or before they go to bed at night. To prevent constipation, encourage the patient to: Drink plenty of fluids. High fiber diet. Include physical activity in their daily routine, as long as it is okay per HCP. Talk to HCP about using a stool softener. Essential Oils Essential Oils Peppermint: Manages headaches and helps with nausea and nasal congestion. Lavender and Rose: Decreases anxiety, can help decrease pain by promoting relaxation. Lemon: Manages headaches and decreases mental fatigue. Recommended to consult with HCP prior to use, due to limited research. Nursing Interventions Nursing Interventions Educate patient on administration: Do not ingest. Avoid placing on skin. Place essential oil on tissue or cotton ball for inhalation, which can be easily removed if not tolerated. Should start with 1 drop of chosen oil, and increase up to 3-5 drops, based on their tolerance. Lavender oil: You can mix lavender oil & water in a spray bottle, and spray on your pillow to promote restful sleep; this might be especially helpful to postpartum moms. Vaccines Vaccines Vaccines that contain killed (inactive) viruses can be given during pregnancy. Vaccines that contain live viruses are not recommended for pregnant women. Recommended Vaccines Recommended 2 Vaccines routinely recommended during pregnancy: Influenza: Recommended for women who are pregnant during flu season. Avoid the nasal spray vaccine which is made from a live virus. Tdap: Protects newborn from whooping cough. Ideally given between 27 & 36 weeks' gestation. Vaccines Not Recommended Not Recommended Examples of vaccines to avoid when pregnant include: Chicken pox MMR Shingles Nursing Interventions Nursing Interventions Educate patient on increased risk of whooping cough and flu after birth. Ask women who are age of conception if they could be pregnant prior to administration of a live virus vaccine. Key Points Key Points It is recommended to take a daily prenatal vitamin if you are of reproductive age Do not ingest essential oils when pregnant Consult with your HCP before utilizing essential oils when pregnant Vaccines that contain live viruses are not recommended for pregnant women. Ask women of reproductive age if they could be pregnant prior to administering live virus vaccines References References

Family Newborn Presentation

Transcript: Non - Pharmacological Management of Neonate Opioid Withdrawal Kirsten Pogue, Ema Ruiz, Dallas Ross & Alexis Ross What are a few interventions you may do for this baby? What Do You Think? What Do You Think? Clinical Placement Clinical Placement Unit 53 - Postpartum Unit Unit 53 - Postpartum Unit Peterlougheed Centre (Maternity Services, (n.d.) Perinatal Opioid Exposure - Care of the Baby Guideline Guideline (BC Women’s Hospital & Health Centre, 2002). - Three parts: Assessments Interventions (Pharmacological and Non-Pharmacological) & Discharge Criteria - Neonatal Abstinence Score (AHS) does not include non-pharmacological interventions - Policy implemented in 1986 Current Policy in Use on Unit 53 Current Policy in Use on Unit 53 (Calgary Health Region, 1986). Project Stakeholders Project Stakeholders (Mount Royal University, 2017) Policy Makers Policy Makers Create new policy for non-pharmacological interventions Translate best practice to new standards and policies Involved before and during implementation Managers Managers Implement and enforce usage of new policy Advocate for change Ensure staff is aware, educated and using the new policy Involved in all stages Nurse Educators & Charge Nurse Nurse Educators & Charge Nurse Teach and enforce new policy Advocate for policy changes Involved before, during, and after implementation Doctors (GP/Pediatrician/Obstetrician) Doctors (GP/Pediatrician/Obstetrician) Responsible for mother and baby Provide care orders and ensure best practice Traditionally have larger political voice Advocate and carry out new policy Involved in all steps of the process Nurses Nurses Use policy and protocol in daily practice Must be aware and educated on how to properly use Responsible to educate patient and family advocate for policy change Involved before, during and after implementation Mothers & Family Mothers & Family (If determined appropriate) included in care Used after implementation Knowledge Users Knowledge Users (Mount Royal University, 2017) Nurses Nurses Practice change Behaviour change Doctors (GP/Pediatrician/Obstetrician) Doctors (GP/Pediatrician/Obstetrician) Practice change Behaviour change Parents and Family Parents and Family Awareness Intrest Non-pharmacological measures should be incorporated into neonatal abstinence scoring as well as pharmacological. For example, if the newborn has a score of (x or more), non-pharmacological measures should be implemented. These include skin to skin, swaddling, cuddling, non nutritive sucking, vertical rocking, tummy time, c-position and environmental stimulation control. Key Message Key Message (Mount Royal University, 2017) Policy Change - How do users implement? Nurses - Practice & Behaviour Change Doctors - Practice & Behaviour Change Parents/family - Awareness & Interest Knowledge Translation Knowledge Translation (Mount Royal University, 2017) Focus - Utilizing Managers, Charge Nurses and Nurse Clinicans to educate Nurses Strategies Strategies (Mount Royal University, 2017) Interactive Small Group Inservice Lead by nurse Educators & Managers to Nursing staff Teach nurses: How to properly use new protocol Why it is important To remain accountable through documentation To evaluate own biases Interactive Small Group Inservice Education Outreach Managers, Nurse Educator and Charge Nurse assist and check up on care provided to newborns in withdrawal Assess if using protocol correctly Provide support and education during care Education Outreach Were our goals met? What changes occurred? What is the timeline? Evaluation Evaluation (Mount Royal University, 2017) How Do We Know Are Goals Are Being Met? How Do We Know Are Goals Are Being Met? Nurses are: Overcoming bias Aware of protocol Aware of interventions' effectiveness Providing interventions Interventions are being charted and documented as done Bring in auditors to check charting and compliance rates Managers, educators & charge checking in 100% nursing staff attendance to in-service How Do We Measure That Change is Occuring? How Do We Measure That Change is Occuring? Unit staff, including casual staff trained within three months of implementation Evaluate compliance directly after inservice completion Look for improvements Timeline Timeline You are working with a new mother and her newborn who are four hours postpartum. The charge nurse informs you that the mother had a hisotry of using heroine (a street opiate drug) throughout her pregnancy. The baby is showing signs of neonatal abstinence syndrome. You now expect to carry out which of the following interventions? (Choose all that apply!) A. Skin To Skin B. Adjust Environmental Stimulation C: Take Newborn Away From Mother to Nursery D: Complete neonatal abstinence form and determine correct morphine dose E: Turn on all the lights in the room to assess the baby Question Question BC Women’s Hospital & Health Centre. (2002). Perinatal opioid exposure – Care of the baby. Vancouver,


Transcript: Nutrition Adolescence Resources "The beginning" Nutritional needs for middle aged adults is very important. Middle aged adults need more vitamins such as B12 and vitamin D. Blood pressure increases with age so it is recommended that middle aged adults take in more potassium and less sodium. They should drink more water and focus on fiber. It is also recommended for middle aged adults to limit their saturated fats and avoid unhealthy carbs. Middle Adult The Adventures of Life Developmental Tasks "The End" Careers Newborn "Babies of Adulthood" Metabolism slows down as you enter you elder years. The digestive system also loses some of the fluids needed to process food, making it harder to absorb important nutrients such as folic acid and vitamins B6 and B12. Some ways to help with these problems from aging are sticking to healthy fats, drinking plenty of water, packing in protein, getting plenty of calcium. These diet changes can benefit an elderly body from providing vitamins, minerals, fiber, and nutrients that needed for healthy aging, reducing heart disease, and promoting bone and digestive system health. Elderly Young Adult As adults reach their elder years, they have to adjust to declining physical and mental health. As a result, elders may require increased medicine intake and doctor visits. They will eventually have to deal with the loss of a parent, spouse, or loved one as well. If they do lose a spouse, they may have to adjust to living by themselves,and moving into a smaller place. If an elderly person can no longer care for themselves, drive, or they do not have many friends still living, they have the task of finding someone to care for them or move into assisted living. Developmental Tasks Nutrition "Midlife Crisis" "First Steps" Middle aged adults during this period of life often feel overwhelmed with life. They feel as they have no control. This causes them to act out and do things that are out of character. This phenomenon is known as a “Midlife Crisis” Middle aged adults often feel overwhelmed with how their bodies are changing. They feel like they are getting old. This feeling makes them desire to feel young. They may do things that make them feel young. Some middle aged adults get divorced to find a younger partner to combat the feeling of getting old. Middle aged adults also struggle with assisting their children with transitioning into adulthood. Pregnancy

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