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AWHONN Jacksonville Chapter Quarterly Event
Tuesday, March 19, 2013 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Jacksonville Beach, FL
Come and network with other AWHONN members and guests for the second quarterly meeting of AWHONN Jax chapter of 2013. The evening will be full of information and what promises to be some interesting dialogue.
Topic: You Want Your Placenta For What???
As healthcare professionals working with mothers and babies, you may have had some requests from new mothers to have their placentas-for many reasons from planting to encapsulating!
The Speaker: Elizabeth Higley, CIES (FCE) has been providing services for childbearing families in the Northeast Florida area since 2008. Beth is a Certified Independent Encapsulation Specialist. She received her placenta education and encapsulation training through Full Circle Encapsulation. She will share her personal experience and will answer any questions you might have as to why a new mother may want to encapsulate her placenta.
In addition, Julie Baker-Townsend, RN, MSN, WHNP, BC will share a brief presentation entitled: Understanding the Updated Clincial Practice Guidelines for Cervical Cytology 2012 and the Implications for Pregnancy
Networking starts at 6 pm with light refreshments and program to follow.
This event is hosted by Women's Services at Baptist Medical Center Beaches
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AWHONN Jax Chapter
The Association of Women's Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses (AWHONN) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit membership organization that promotes the health of women and newborns.
Our mission is to improve and promote the health of women and newborns and to strengthen the nursing profession through the delivery of superior advocacy, research, education and other professional and clinical resources to nurses and other health care professional
The Jacksonville Chapter holds quarterly meetings open to members and guests to network and share to promote the health of women and infants in the greater Jacksonville area