Perinatal Substance Use Disorders: Screening & Clinic Model
Sarah is the current social worker and project coordinator for the University of Iowa Hospital and Clinics – Maternal Substance Use Disorder (MSUD) Clinic. Sarah’s undergraduate education was completed through University of Iowa, and she will complete a Master of Public Health in 2022.
Meagan received her BA in Sociology from UW-Madison. She has a Master’s in Nursing and Doctorate of Nursing Practice from the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities and has practiced as a Nurse-Midwife since 2019. Meagan is part of the team that created UIHC’s Maternal Substance Use Disorder clinic.
The Perinatal Substance Use Disorders: Screening and Clinic Model will review screening tools, processes, and the implementation of a perinatal substance use disorder clinical model. This presentation will highlight the need for an interdisciplinary team when caring for this specialized population.
- Identify at least on screening tool for substance use during pregnancy.
- Identify at least one step towards creating an interdisciplinary perinatal SUD clinic.
- Articulate why trauma informed care is essential when caring for people with perinatal SUDs.