• NeoFest 2014 - Narcotics: Maternal, Fetal and Infant Impact

    March 7, 2014

    Conference Syllabus

    Welcome to the virtual download center for Cincinnati Children's NeoFest 2014 - Narcotics:  Maternal, Fetal and Infant Impact.  All presentations from this course can be downloaded below in .pdf documents, either as full color, single page presentations (FULL COLOR) or as black-and-white slides with notes sections beside each slide (NOTES).

    In an effort to be environmentally friendly, the conference will not provide hard copies of these presentations and articles. You are welcome to print any of these documents on your own and bring them to the conference with you.  Alternately, you can use your laptop, tablet or mobile device to download these documents during the conference (wireless internet access will be available throughout the conference).

    Simply click on any of the links below to download the .pdf document.  This page will be accessible until April 30, 2014.

    Friday, March 7, 2014

    11:00 am Community Resources, Networking, Registration and Lunch
    12:35 pm Introductions and Welcome
    12:45 pm Research on Opioids and the Maternal/Neonatal Dyad: Data from Controlled Trials and the Real World
    • Research on Opioids and the Maternal/Neonatal Dyad:  Data from Controlled Trials and the Real World
      Sarah Heil, PhD
    FULL COLOR NOTES
    • HOPE - Helping Opiate Addicted Pregnant Women Evolve
      Michael P. Marcotte, MD
    FULL COLOR NOTES
    1:45 pm Pharmacology of Narcotic Drugs in the Mother & Fetus
    • Treatment of the Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome
      Walter Kraft, MD
    FULL COLOR NOTES
    • PK of Oral Methadone in the Treatment of NAS
      Jason Wiles, MD
    FULL COLOR NOTES
    2:45 pm Break
    3:00 pm Epidemiology, Economics and Neonatal Management
    • Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome:  Scope and Evolving Issues
      Stephen Patrick, MD, MPH, MS
    FULL COLOR NOTES
    4:00 pm Identifying Newborns with NAS: Universal Maternal Drug Testing
    • Identifying Newborns at Risk for Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome:  Universal Drug Testing
      Laura Ward, MD

    Slides are not available for online viewing.

    4:15 pm Community Resources for Infants with NAS 
    • Families Affected by Narcotic Abuse
      Kathy Wedig, MD
    FULL COLOR NOTES
    4:30 pm Closing Remarks, Evaluation and Adjourn