Summit Speaker

Maureen ShoganMaureen Shogan, MN, RNC

Maureen Shogan, MN, RNC, has served as a level 3 NICU/MBU Master’s prepared Clinical Nurse Specialist for over 20 years and a liaison between mothers in an inpatient Chemical Dependency Unit and the NICU for over 10 years. She developed an 8-hour curriculum on Drug Use in Pregnancy and Neonatal Outcomes. Maureen has developed webinars for various professional organizations and been invited to speak across the US and Canada on multiple various neonatal topics with a focus on Substance Use Disorder and Neonatal Abstinence/Neonatal Opioid Withdrawal Syndrome. She has published various papers in refereed nursing journals and is active in Washington State Perinatal Quality Collaborative as well as the state Perinatal Opioid Use Work group developing Levels of Care, Perinatal Substance Use and toxicology documents. Maureen is also a content expert and Clinical Director for a project funded by the National Institute on Drug Abuse NAS/NOWS project. 
Disclosure statement: Financial Disclosures: Speaker serves on the Speaker’s Bureau for Mead Johnson Nutrition (a Reckitt Benckiser Company) and receives honoraria for this role.
Nonfinancial disclosures: No relevant disclosures.

Conflict of Interest: There is no conflict of interest for anyone with the ability to control content for this activity. Speaker has complete and independent control over the planning and content of the presentation. She does not promote the use of any drug for indications outside the FDA-approved product label. The presenter has no interest in cannabis or CBD products/ stocks.

Summit Moderator

Sue LudwigSue Ludwig, OTR/L, CNT
Sue Ludwig, OTR/L, CNT, is passionate about improving quality of life for infants who begin their journey in the NICU and the therapists who serve them. As NANT President and Founder she uses her unique blend of clinical expertise, innovation, and leadership skills to support the advancement of this specialized field on a global level. She received the Laura Edmunds Lectureship Award from UMass Memorial Medical Center and was awarded the Individual Contribution to Maternal & Child Health by the National Perinatal Association. She is the media expert in neonatal therapy for the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA). Sue is a sought after speaker, consultant, writer and educator. She is driven to improve the culture of healthcare, armed with decades of experience speaking for those who cannot speak for themselves. Sue lives in Cincinnati, Ohio with her husband and has two grown children.