CNE Training and Competency
Our online CNE training can address the Eat Sleep and Console Rooming-in concepts or FNAST. Both programs provide competency scenarios enabling more consistent team implementation.
NAS Electronic Bedside
Our mobile bedside tool provides documention of bedside assessments, recommendations, and educational content to assist caregivers improve their non-pharmacologic care techniques.
Our platform and content is customizable to accomodate specific policies or research of changes in methods for quality improvement or adjunct treatments. We can integrate with academic and EHR systems, incorporate screening, EMA and Contingency Management.
We will provide accessible technology to assist those who are caring for persons affected by Substance Use Disorders (SUD). Our team has experience working with caregivers and family members who have been affected by substance use. We believe infants exposed prenatally to substances and caregivers warrant support to enhance their outcomes and recovery path.
NANN Annual Conference Las Vegas Booth 429
Join us at the National Association of Neonatal Nurses Annual Conference in Las Vegas September. 14,15, and 16 at the Paris Hotel. Maureen Shogan will have a poster presentation on[…]Read more
NAS CNE Training Eat Sleep Console
Funded by NIH, MHC has developed an online CNE course for education of clinicians and parents under care for Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (NAS) to support the Eat Sleep Console model[…]Read more
In addition to our clinical team, we have had the pleasure to work with several research collaborators who serve a subject matter experts and advisor. Here are a few of our current collaborations.
Addictions Research Elson Floyd College of Medicine
Dr. Sterling McPherson is an leader in Experimental Psychology and Quantitative Methods. He and his team have been lead collaborators on the development of NAS products. Dr. McPherson and Dr. Mike McDonnel,a Clinical Psychologist and Professor at the College of Medicine have also collaborated on Contingency Management solutions to reduce alcohol use.
Alzheimer’s Research WSU Psychology Department
We are a sub-awardee on a Department of Defense grant working with Dr. Maureen Schmitter-Edgecombe to develop EMMA, a digital memory notebook for persons with cognitive impairment. The project also includes a mastery based training component which supports machine learning to adapt the skill lessons to the user performance.
Additional Collaborations and Future Directions
Our experience includes assisting a regional hospital acquire and implement a CMS Innovation grant to reduce hospital mortality and support for training related to smoking cessation. Look forward to additional projects to support stigma training and implementation of Just in Time Adaptive Interventions with additional collaborators.
Team Information Coming Soon
Fan of Barcelona, (yes even without Messi, I grew up on the Cubs and Bears) Movies, and the Maroons. Strengths include Ideation and Individualization
Maureen Shogan MN,RNC
Maureen has provided clinical education training throughout the country. Go Zags
An EWU Eagle grad, James handles development and operations of our secure environments.
Digital Editing and Test
An Oregon Duck grad, Thomas serves as test engineer and video editor/animator. Ask him about his experiences in China or his passion for Land Cruisers
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