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Denise Côté-Arsenault, PhD, RN, FNAP, FAAN is featured in the UNC Greenboro Spring 2019 Research Magazine in an article titled "Life After Loss."

 
Dr. Côté-Arsenault is a PLIDA board member and past IPBC plenary speaker.
 

 


Hear Dr. Denise Côté-Arsenault on perinatal palliative care at ISA2019 Madrid

PLIDA's Board Member, Dr. Denise Côté-Arsenault, will give a keynote talk on perinatal palliative care at ISA2019. Dr.Côté-Arsenault, who has a PhD in nursing from University of Rochester, is the Eloise R. Lewis Excellence Professor of Nursing at the University of North Carolina Greensboro, USA.

Read more: https://www.isa2019madrid.com/hear-dr-denise-cote-arsenault-on-perinatal-palliative-care-at-isa2019-madrid/?fbclid=IwAR1iHcBBZZp4UNfqE86ahoSrD9RbYGtKgVxztKz0oNfGsQq55dU1tXCO8Lo

 


 

 

Announcement: PLIDA Members Published in National Journal

Congratulations to Rana Limbo, PhD, and Marie Walter, RN, who were recently published in MCN, The American Journal of Maternal/Child Nursing.

Rana, PhD, RN, CPLC, FAAN, is senior consultant and associate director of Resolve Through Sharing (RTS). Rana is the past president of PLIDA.

Marie, MS, RN, C-EFM, CPLC, is lead educator and advance practice nurse, RTS. Marie is a PLIDA member, and an IPBC 2018 preconference and concurrent presenter.

Marie’s co-authored contribution, “Clinical Aspects of Miscarriage” and Dr. Limbo’s co-authored contribution, “Respectful Disposition after Miscarriage: Clinical Practice Recommendations” appear in the January-February special topics series on miscarriage.

“Marie’s article on the clinical aspects of miscarriage was selected to be published ahead of print,” Dr. Limbo says. “Additionally, the article was selected for reader continuing education credit.”

Dr. Limbo’s article was also selected to be published ahead of print. Additionally, she served as the guest editor, publishing an editorial titled “Miscarriage.” These things highlight the contribution Resolve Through Sharing® (RTS) makes to the professional world, affecting practice and patient experience far and wide.

While perinatal loss through miscarriage has been a central component of RTS education since its beginning in 1981, national and international attention to the impact of these losses and the need to improve care standards has recently been elevated. It is estimated that 777,000 miscarriages occur in the U.S. each year. Seen as a leader on the bereavement education front, RTS has responded by creating a miscarriage-specific educational opportunity that can serve as a stand-alone or complement to its existing trainings.

“These scholarly articles are especially important as RTS has recently launched a miscarriage-focused initiative we call It’s Never Too Early™ (INTE),” says RTS director Mary Beth Hensel, MBA. “It was premiered at our annual La Crosse National Training event last summer. We have been working with a Gundersen taskforce to review bereavement standards systemwide to identify gaps in care. Miscarriage, particularly occurring in the emergency department, has been flagged as an area where patients would benefit from an expanded application of RTS practice standards.”


 PLIDA's Past President Awarded Lifetime Distinguished Service Award - Humanitarian Category

On behalf of the PLIDA Board, we would like to congratulate PLIDA's past president, Cathi Lammert on an amazing honor! Last weekend Cathi was recognized with a Lifetime Distinguished Service Award - Humanitarian Category from the Greater St. Charles County Chamber of Commerce. 


Cathi's decades of leadership, love and passion for both Share Pregnancy & Infant Loss Support and PLIDA has given support to care providers and parent advocates while continually improving care for families who experience loss during pregnancy, birth or infancy.  

Cathi continues to touch the lives of so many, and we are grateful for her contributions and passion within the perinatal bereavement community. Congratulations Cathi!


 

Announcement: Excellence in Leadership Award 

Congratulations to Dr Rana Limbo on her Award for Excellence in Leadership by the Association of Women's Health, Obstetrics and Neonatal Nurses (AWHONN). Dr Limbo was recognized for her nearly 50 year nursing career and her extensive contributions to Perinatal Bereavement Support through Resolve Through Sharing and PLIDA.

Wisconsin Nurse Receives National Nursing Association’s Excellence Award
Dr. Rana Limbo Accepts AWHONN Award for Leadership

The Association of Women’s Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses (AWHONN) today presented its 2017 Award of Excellence in Leadership to Rana Limbo, PhD, RN, CPLC, FAAN, for her near 50-year nursing career for her internationally renowned perinatal bereavement program, Resolve Through Sharing. The award was presented at the AWHONN national Convention in New Orleans, LA.  Continue reading:  http://www.awhonn.org/news/351811/Dr.-Rana-Limbo-Accepts-AWHONNs-Award-of-Excellence-in-Leadership.htm#.WWQdaDksaQV.facebook