Date

2017-05-16

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Presentation

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As part of the mini-symposium entitled "Pregnant and Parenting Mothers with History of Opiate Addiction," this presentation describes Project EMPOWER, an innovative hospital-based intervention to improve management of neonatal abstinence syndrome through the use of rooming-in and access to a designated psychotherapist.

Keywords

pregant women, pregnancy, opioids, addiction, substance abuse, neonatal abstinence syndrome, newborns

DOI

10.13028/xxsc-e916

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Substance Use Disorder in Pregnancy: Improving Care and Reducing Risk in Franklin County with EMPOWER

As part of the mini-symposium entitled "Pregnant and Parenting Mothers with History of Opiate Addiction," this presentation describes Project EMPOWER, an innovative hospital-based intervention to improve management of neonatal abstinence syndrome through the use of rooming-in and access to a designated psychotherapist.