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Safe sleep learning community call- November - Shared screen with speaker view
myers
34:54
Hi Everyone, Olga from RCPHD
Liz Nelson
35:31
Liz Nelson, Kenosha County Division of Health
Mary Volm & Ann Schlice- Portage County
35:33
Mary Volm and Ann Schlice from Portage County say Hi
Ellen
35:47
Ellen from Eau Claire City-County Health Department
esimak
36:43
Eileen Simak Sawyer County
Lrooney
37:58
Lina Rooney Dodge County
Stephanie (Otte) West
44:51
sorry guys my mic is acting up
Liz Nelson
59:13
Is this data shared with pediatricians?
Kyle Mounts
59:24
Have you had an opportunity to present this information to a broader audience, e.g., pediatric care providers, etc.?
Ellen
59:40
Is there consideration of recommending pacifiers earlier for all infants?
Kyle Mounts
01:00:53
Have you incorporated this baseline information into a quality improvement initiative?
Kyle Mounts
01:04:18
Yes. Thank you.
Liz Nelson
01:13:17
Is the learning assessment collected electronically or paper?
FritsKF
01:18:22
This question is for Amy - thank you for sharing this data. Knowing how important breastfeeding is in protecting against sleep related deaths, is there data to know, of those SUID cases, how many had formula for the last feeding? Or breastfeeding duration of those infants? Just curious...thank you!
HEEEE1
01:20:32
eileen.eckardt@co.marathon.wi.us
Childrens Health Alliance of Wisconsin
01:25:13
Thanks again, Eileen!
Childrens Health Alliance of Wisconsin
01:27:31
Yes, there is data on the percentages of infants who had breastmilk or formula as their last feeding. This is explained further in the SUID report which will be released soon. If you would like specific details before then, you can email Amy at aparry@chw.org.
Liz Nelson
01:36:45
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