Belmont recently hosted opertation, “Equipping the Commune: Tools for Helping children with Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome,” this focused on the care administration needs of families with an infant that has been informed they have neonatal abstinence syndrome.
The conference had been presented by Jane Linden Salter, Dr. Nicole Perez-Camoirano, Dr. Jessica Fresh, Dr. Stephen Patrick, Jennifer Drake-Croft and Loraine Lucinski. Each presenter focused on a component of the care control approach for families as well as promoted necessary useful home and neighborhood support.
NAS Collaboration Planner Vicki Beaver said the working area “provided varying perspectives and information on a increasing and serious problem, neonatal abstinence predicament. Over 150 specialists from across the state participated. We’re very appreciative of Belmont designed for hosting this event. As noted by one of several attendees ‘kudos that will Belmont staff and trainees that were so appealing and accommodating now.’”
Dean of Belmont’s School of Health Sciences claimed, “We are so delighted to partner with the Consortium to raise awareness concerning this growing health task. Today’s Summit would be a wonderful opportunity for practicing professionals, faculty and also students to learn about a scope of the challenge and new strategies to promote the well-being connected with some of Tennessee’s a good number of vulnerable young families.”