AWHONN Volusia~Flagler


Twin Gestation Pregnancies:

Diagnosis, Surveillance and Current Standards of Care.

March 11, 2020 4:30-6:30 PM

Halifax Health. 301 N Clyde Morris Blvd. Daytona Beach

Conference Room D

Presented by: Dr Gaudier, Maternal Fetal Medicin

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AWHONN members free, non members $5.00


AWHONN Hillsborogh Chapter

Jan M Lanouette, MD
Assistant Professor
Division of Maternal-Fetal Medicine
Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology
Morsani College of Medicine, University of South Florida
Participant will be able to:
· Understand how the opioid crisis is affecting maternal mortality in the United States and in Florida.
· Understand how the stigma associated with opioid use disorder can prevent pregnant women from obtaining the care that they need.
· Identify ways to assess for opioid use during pregnancy.
· Identify three ways you can change your practice to better serve pregnant and postpartum women with opioid use disorder.
All meetings start at 6pm with registration/ speaker at 6:15pm
St. Joseph’s Women’s Hospital, MAB, Classroom 2
Parking is free.
Dinner provided
Members: $3, Non-Members: $5


AWHONN Lee Collier Chapter




Karen Kolega, MSN-CNL, RNC-OB, C-EFM will discuss legal issues with OB documentation

Come join this evening of networking, dinner and learning. AWHONN members and non-members welcome. Price includes dinner and a soft drink. Contact hours have been applies for.








AWHONN Jacksonville Chapter

AWHONN Jacksonville (NE Florida) is honored to have Abbott host “The Promise of Similac, Science Based Solutions For Your Hospital”

About this Event

Join AWHONN Jacksonville in welcoming Nicole Hermosilla RD, CNSC, Abott Regional Clinic Specialist as she hosts dinner at True Food Kitchen along with presenting, “The Promise of Similac Science Based Solutions For Your Hospital”.

We’d love to learn and network with you!

Latosha and Amanda

Tickets on Eventbrite:


AWHONN Central Florida Chapter

Monday, January 27, 2020


Registration:  5:30   Program:  6:00



Bullying and Incivility in Nursing: When Looks Can Kill



Patricia Durant, MSN, RN

Linda Schofield, MSN, RN



Abbott Nutrition




AdventHealth For Women

601 East Rollins Street, Orlando, FL

First Floor Classroom

$5 for AWHONN members and students

$10 for Non-Members

Remember to bring a friend!!


Please register for meeting by

Sunday, January 26, 2020

We need an accurate head count for food!


Link for Eventbrite is below:


Questions?  Contact

or Jeni Bowlin 321-696-8069 or Tracy Fitzpatrick 407-496-6360 with any questions

AWHONN Treasure Coast/Palm Beach County Chapter

AWHONN’s Palm Beach and Treasure Coast Chapter invites you to an educational evening.  This program is designed for those who work in an area of maternal child, labor and delivery, newborn nursery, postpartum and neonatal ICU.

Transactional & Transformational Leadership

Presented by:  Carol Torchen, DNP, RN, NE-BC

Meeting Location:  Ruth’s Chris Steak House  651 Okeechobee Blvd.   West Palm Beach 33401

Wednesday December 4th @ 5:30 PM

1 contact hour provided by Palms West Hospital

Register on line:  Eventbrite:  Search AWHONN PBC–tickets-80380210373

Cost:  $10 for AWHONN Members and $15 for non-members

Please, single registrations only.  Nursing License number is needed.  Seating is limited.  Scholarships are available, please email

Many thanks to our AWHONN Sponsor:  Mead Johnson Nutrition

AWHONN Jacksonville Chapter

AWHONN Jacksonville is proud to collaborate with Ellen Leung of Novo Nordisk as she presents on Women & Inherited Bleeding Disorders.

About this Event

Presentation and dinner will be held at Matthews restaurant sponsored by Novo Nordisk. Ellen Leum, a hemostasis medical liaison with Novo Nordisk works in the area of hemophilia and other rare bleeding disorders. As medical liaison part of her role includes educating health care professionals about rare bleeding disorders. Recently, advocacy groups have suggested that information and education about women and girls with bleeding disorders is not optimal, and disease state information could benefit and impact patient outcomes.

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