Event Date

February 14, 2024 12:00–1:00 pm EST

NURTURE: An Innovative Practice-Based Care Model: Addressing the Maternal and Infant Care Crisis Webinar

Date: Wednesday, February 14, 2024
Time: 12:00 – 1:00 PM ET
Presenters: Ashley Breazeale, Licensed Psychologist, Cherokee Health Systems; Sarah Beth Eriksen, MD, Cherokee Health Systems

This webinar will focus on how NURTURE, an innovative practice-based care model, integrates OB/GYN, pediatric, and behavioral health services to provide comprehensive care for both the new parent and baby throughout and after pregnancy. Earn 1 continuing education credits (CEUs) for attending this webinar.

Ashley Breazeale, PhD, is a Licensed Psychologist and Behavioral Health Consultant at Cherokee Health Systems. Dr. Breazeale earned her PhD at University of Memphis and her Medical degree at University of Nebraska, Munroe Meyer Institute. Passionate about reducing the gaps in maternal/infant health care for underserved patient populations, Dr. Breazeale is co-creator of the NUTURE model of care that focuses on infant, mother, and family health throughout the 4th trimester and beyond.

Dr. Sarah Beth Eriksen is a Pediatrician and Breastfeeding Medicine Provider, also specializing in women’s health, at Cherokee Health Systems. Dr. Ericksen developed a model of Integrated Medical and Behavioral Healthcare that spans from conception through infancy called NURTURE, aimed at improving equity in prenatal health, literacy, and postpartum support for families in a simplified, whole-family, focused healthcare experience. She earned her Doctor of Medicine at Medical College of Georgia at Georgia Regents University.

Register Now for Webinar "NURTURE: An Innovative Practice-Based Care Model: Addressing the Maternal and Infant Care Crisis".