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PROGRAM SCHEDULE 


FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23

8:40am–8:45am: 
NASPOG President’s Welcome 
Chiara Ghetti, MD, MSc, NASPOG President, Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis

8:45am–10:00am: 
Symposium: Advancing the science on posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) during pregnancy: Investigating the effectiveness of psychological treatments and their potential to influence biological stress processes linked to adverse pregnancy outcomes

    • Symposium Chair: Natalie Stevens, PhD, Rush University Medical Center
    • Sara Kornfield, PhD, University of Pennsylvania
    • Yang Li, PhD, University of Missouri
    • Michelle Miller, PhD, Rush University Medical Center

    10:00am–10:15am: 
    Break

    10:15am–11:30am: 
    Symposium: Effective Mental Health Interventions for Older Women in Perioperative Settings

    • Symposium Chair: Eric Lenze, MD, Professor of Psychiatry, Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis
    •  Mary Politi, PhD, Professor of Surgery, Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis
    • Michael Avidan, MD Professor and Chair of Anesthesiology, Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis
    • Tanya Wilde, MD, Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology, Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis 

    11:30am–12:00noon: 
    Break

    12:00noon–1:15pm:
    Keynote Lecture:
    Incorporating Culturally Informed Mental Health Prevention, Support and Interventions for Women, Children and their Families in a Complex Humanitarian Emergency


    Anne Glowinski, MD, MPE
    Associate Chief, Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
    Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis

    1:15pm–1:30pm:
    Break

    1:30pm–2:45pm:
    Symposium: Novel Approaches to Applying the Biopsychosocial Systems Model to Women’s Health Care: Incorporating Childhood Abuse, Substance Use, Personality, and Decision-Making Capacity

    • Symposium Chair: Ellen Poleshuck, PhD, University of Rochester School of Medicine
    • Aspen Ainsworth, MD, University of Rochester Medical Center
    • Jennifer Katz, State University of New York Geneseo
    • Donna Kreher, PhD, University of Rochester Medical Center
    • Christopher Seplaki, PhD, University of Rochester Medical Center

    2:45pm–4:00pm:
    Symposium: Improving Substance Use Treatment in Reproductive Health Clinics

    • Symposium Chair: Ariadna Forray, MD, Yale University
    • Kimberly Yonkers, MD, Yale University
    • Constance Guille, MD, Medical University of South Carolina

    4:00pm–4:15pm:
    Break

    4:15pm–5:15pm:
    Steiner Young Investigator Symposium: Creation of New Measures and Methods for the Perinatal Population

    • Symposium Chair: Pamela Geller, PhD, Drexel University
    • Mona Elgohail, PhD, Drexel University
    • Ariana Albanese, BA, Drexel University
    • Alison Hartman, BA, Drexel University
    • Victoria Grunberg, MS, Drexel University

    6:30pm–9:30pm:
    Social Event at Gateway Arch (Dinner, Boat Tour). Fee is included in full conference registration (no extra cost)

    SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24

    7:30am–8:45am: 
    Roundtables

    • Mindfulness Program for Pelvic Pain: An Integrated Approach
      Ellen Flynn, MD, MTS, Brown University
    • Maternal Mortality and Maternal Mental Health in The United States: Why Are Women Dying from Pregnancy-Related Causes? And What Is Being Done About It?
      Adrienne Griffen, MPP, Maternal Mental Health Leadership Alliance
    • Medical Complications of Eating Disorders
      Jennifer McBride, MD, FACP, CEDS, Eating Recovery Center
    • Trauma Informed Care: How to Identify and Manage the Patient with a History of Trauma in the Clinical Setting
      Alison Tinker, CNM, University of Missouri
    • ISPOG Education Initiatives
      Caroline Vos, MD, Elisabeth-TweeSteden Ziekenhuis
      Jonathan Schaffir, MD, Ohio State University

    8:45am - 9:00am: 
    Break

    9:00am–10:00am:
    Symposium: The National Curriculum in Reproductive Psychiatry: Addressing the Educational Gap

    • Symposium Chair: Lauren M. Osborne, MD, Johns Hopkins University 
    • Sarah Nagle-Yang, MD, University of Colorado
    • Lindsay R. Standeven, MD, Johns Hopkins University

    10:00am–10:15am:
    Break

    10:15am–11:35am:
    NASPOG Presents: Individual Oral Abstract Presentations

    • Sertraline Plasma Concentrations in Pregnant Women (OPTI-MOM)
      Katherine Wisner, MD, MS, Northwestern University
    • Genetic Association Study of Postpartum Depression and a Gene Involved in the Synthesis of Allopregnanolone
      Jennifer Payne, MD, Johns Hopkins University
    • The Call is Coming from Inside the House: A Clinical Psychologist’s Experiences with Reproductive Psycho-Oncology
      Laura Sockol, PhD, Davidson College
    • Congruent Coping: A Mixed Methods Analysis of Couples’ Coping with Pregnancy Loss
      Kimberly Dasch-Yee, PhD, Holy Family University
    • Maternal Mental Health Up To 5 Years After Twin or Singleton Birth – A National Cohort
      Marie Bladh, PhD, Linkoping University
    • Prevalence of Perinatal Depression in African American Women in the United States: A Systematic Review
      Louisa Olushoga, MD, Northwestern University
    • High Worry in Pregnancy Predicts Postpartum Depressive Symptoms
      Lauren Osborne, MD, Johns Hopkins University
    • PAPA - Pharmacokinetics of Antidepressant Drugs in PregnAnt Women
      Emelie Wolgast, MD, Linköping University
    • Targeting a GABAergic Mechanism of Disease in Postpartum Depression: Insights from Pivotal Studies of Brexanolone and Zuranolone (non-CME)
      Danielle Dray, MD, FACOG, Sage Therapeutics, Inc.

    11:35am–12:05pm:
    NASPOG Presidential Address
    Chiara Ghetti, MD, MSc, Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis

    12:05pm–12:15pm:
    ISPOG Presents 

    12:15pm–1:15pm:
    Break

    1:15pm–2:30pm:
    Symposium: Maternal Mortality and Women’s Mental Health: Lessons Learned from the Illinois Maternal Mortality Review Process

    • Symposium Chair: Kara Driscoll, MD, Northwestern University, The Allegro Center LLC
    • Amanda C. Bennett, PhD, MPH, Illinois Department of Public Health
    • Sophie Shepley, Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis
    • Shannon Lightner, MSW, MPA, Illinois Department of Public Health 

    2:30pm–2:45pm:
    Break

    2:45pm–4:00pm:
    Symposium: Addressing Racial Disparities in Maternal and Infant Healthcare

    • Symposium Chair: Shannon Lenze, PhD, Washington University in St. Louis
    • Bethany Johnson-Javois, MSW, St. Louis Integrated Healthcare Network
    • Brittany Kellman, CPM, CD, CLC, Jamaa Birth Village
    • Kelly McKay, MSW, Enhanced Centering Pregnancy Collaborative
    • Ebony Carter, MD, Enhanced Centering Pregnancy Collaborative
    4:00pm–5:30 pm:
    NASPOG Presents
    Individual Oral Abstract Presentations 

    5:30pm-7:00pm:
    Poster Session 

    SUNDAY, OCTOBER 25

    7:30am–8:30am:
    Roundtables

    NASPOG Task Force Working Meetings (open to all attendees)

    • Education Taskforce
    • Research Taskforce
    • Member Value Taskforce (non-CME)
    • Balance Membership Taskforce (non-CME)

    8:30am–9:00am:
    Late Breaking Abstracts

    9:00am–10:30am:
    Symposium: Holistic Approach to Abortion Care

    • Symposium Chair: David Eisenberg, MD, MPH (physician perspective)
    • Robin Utz  (patient perspective)
    • Hannah Dismer, MSW, MPH (counselor perspective)
    • Honorable Stacey Newman (legislative perspective)

    10:30am–10:45am:
    Break

    10:45am–12:30pm:
    Symposium: Integrated Behavioral Health in Women’s Primary and Specialty Care

    • Symposium Co-Chair: Helen Coons, PhD, University of Colorado
    • Symposium Co-Chair: Regina Tricamo, MSW, LCSW, LICSW, Kaiser Permanente, Northwest

    12:00noon–12:30pm:
    Break

    1:00pm–2:00pm:
    Symposium: Psychiatric and Psychological Management of the Hospitalized Obstetric Patient: From Bedrest to Bonding

    • Symposium Chair: Elizabeth Fitelson, MD, Columbia University
    • Sheau-Yan Ho, PhD, Columbia University
    • Colleen Turek, MD, Columbia University
    • Alyson Gorun, MD, Columbia University
    • Liora Hoffman, PhD, New York Presbyterian Hospital, Columbia University

    2:00pm–2:05pm:
    Closing Remarks 
    Chiara Ghetti, MD, MSc, NASPOG President, Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis

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