2016 NANN Annual Educational Conference Session Selection

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We are pleased that you are taking a minute to help us select the final concurrent sessions for the 32nd NANN Annual Educational Conference in Palm Springs, CA (October 26-29, 2016). Please score each session title listed below by indicating your level of interest in seeing it presented as a concurrent session this year. The top scoring titles will be added to the program! 
  • Survey closes on January 31, 2016 at 11:59pm. Thank you!
1. Using a scale of 0= Not at all Interested to 5= Very Interested, please rate your level of interest in each concurrent session titled below: *This question is required.
1. Using a scale of 0= Not at all Interested to 5= Very Interested, please rate your level of interest in each concurrent session titled below: *This question is required.Not at all interested = 01234Very Interested = 5
•Accountable Care Act 101 for Neonatal Nurses: Overview and implications
•Are they mad or are they sad? Universal depression and anxiety screening for families in the NICU.
•Civility, Respect and How We Treat Each Other; Building an Effective Interdisciplinary Team as a Means to Improve Communication, Staff Satisfaction and Patient Experience
•Developmental Interventions to Promote Successful Feeding
•Elements of Surgical Nursing: Management of Classic Bladder Exstrophy
•Exclusive Breastmilk Feeding in the NICU. It Takes a Village!
•Identification of Risk Factors in the Maternal History: The Key to Anticipating Potential Complications During Neonatal Transition
•Milk Technicians: The New Standard for Infant Feeding Preparation
•Necrotizing Enterocolitis (NEC): History, Pathophysiology, and Current Recommendations
•Neonatal Resuscitation Program, 7th Edition: What's New
•Obesity and Overweight: Effects of Increased BMI and the Overweight Microbiome on Breastfeeding and Breastmilk Production
•Psycho-Social Emergency: The Unexpected Diagnosis of Complex Genetic Conditions in the Prenatal and Newborn Period.
•Seven Neuroprotective Core Measures of Family-Centered Developmental Care: A Model for Implementing Developmental Care in the NICU
•The Burden of Late-Onset Sepsis: Infection Prevention and Antibiotic Stewardship
•The Use of Oro-Pharyngeal Therapy with Mothers Own Milk (OPT-MOM) To Protect Extremely Premature Infants against Infectious Morbidities: Biological Plaus