Faculty, staff, students, alumni, and preceptors of Frontier Nursing University (FNU) had the opportunity to attend the 68th Annual American College of Nurse-Midwives (ACNM) Meeting and Exhibition in Orlando, Fl. FNU is excited to highlight many of our community members who presented or were recognized during this year’s ACNM Conference. We commend all of these individuals for their excellent work as nurse-midwifery leaders!
FNU Faculty Inducted as 2023 ACNM Fellows
Drs. Eileen Thrower, Tanya Baca, Noelle Jacobsen and Julie Daniels
Dr. Kendra Faucett
AMCB Boards Bootcamp workshop
Drs. Tanya Baca, Julie Daniels and Tia Andrighetti
Teaching Diagnostic Reasoning Online Using Simulation
Dr. Megan Arbour with Dr. Jane Houston (University of Central Florida) and Dr. Kelly Walker (Georgetown University)
Trauma-Informed Pedagogy: Instructional Strategies to Support Student Success
Dr. Ann Schaeffer with Dr. Brie Thumm (University of Colorado College of Nursing) and Dr. Alex Michel (University of Hawaii)
Investigating the Relationship between Restrictive Regulation of Nurse-Midwives and Professional Burnout: A Seven-State Comparison of Autonomous and Restrictive Regulatory Environments
Dr. Katie Moriarty
Poster Presentation: Global Warming and Threats to Maternal Child Health: Implications and Strategies for Leading the future Midwifery workforce.
Once again, we were able to send several students to ACNM through our Professional Organizational Mentoring Program (POMP). POMP allows underrepresented students to be mentored at a designated conference. Through this, students are able to expand their learning, educational, and professional opportunities. This year, students Mariam Fawaz, Zekeyra Guishard, Kaede Johnson, and Ebonique Shanks attended with faculty mentor Dr. Heidi Loomis.
FNU’s exhibit booth was busy with faculty, staff, students, alumni and preceptors! Our booth focused on ways the FNU community can give back, precepting FNU students, connecting with our alumni, or by continuing schooling by getting your DNP.
On Sunday evening, we held the FNU Alumni & Friends Reception where FNU community members gathered around to reconnect. This year's program included a celebration of Dr. Stone and her service to FNU as she prepares to transition to the Distinguished Chair of Midwifery and Nursing. Over 100 people from the FNU community attended.
ACNM is a great place for our faculty members to connect with each other as well. This year, our faculty gathered for a breakfast.