This is our eleventh year bringing the Fetal Monitoring Case Review Series to perinatal providers throughout Wisconsin.
While the course format has changed a bit throughout the years, the focus has remained the same: use case studies to educate perinatal professionals beyond the basics of electronic fetal heart monitoring.
What grew from a basics course offered at the 1994 WAPC Conference to a CD-ROM created by the Fetal Monitoring Work Group in 2007, became a series in 2011 and a staple in our annual programming.
Since the beginning of this series, our Associate Director, Eva Fassbinder Brummel, has been involved with the planning and moderating.
“I value the experience I’ve had to witness learners engaging with our instructors and diving deep into the issues that inevitably arise from the cases. I have deep respect for our instructors, both past and present – it’s about a lot more than picking a case to review, it’s about finding cases that will have useful take-aways for labor and delivery staff in different settings, large and small, across the state. I’m proud that our instructors have never presented the same case twice – it’s always fresh content every session.”
If you haven’t already registered and are looking to increase your fetal monitoring knowledge, it’s not too late to catch our June 28th case review and access recordings of past sessions! Learn more about this year’s series.