Colleen Moreno holds a Doctor of Nursing Practice in Certified Nurse Midwifery. She developed, launched and continues to grow Stanford's Faculty Nurse Midwifery Service with the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Colleen also has developed, launched and continues to grow Stanford's CenteringPregnancy program. Her interests include providing Nurse Midwifery care to Stanford's community and families through traditional 1:1 prenatal care as well as group prenatal care. Colleen has a strong passion for interprofessional education. She is actively involved with the Obstetric and Gynecology resident education and training program, Stanford's Physician Assistant reproductive health didactic and women's health clerkship curriculum, as well as a preceptor for multiple Nurse Midwifery clinical programs across the nation.
- Certified Nurse Midwife
- Interprofessional Education
- Collaborative Practice Development
- CenteringPregnancy, Group Prenatal Care
Clinical Instructor, Obstetrics & Gynecology - Maternal Fetal Medicine
Instructional Faculty, Thread Lead for Reproductive Health and Women's Health Clerkship Curriculum, Stanford University School of Medicine, Master's of Science Physician Assistant Program (2022 - Present)
Provider Co-Lead, Local Improvement Team, Maternity, Stanford Medicine Children's Health and Stanford University School of Medicine, OBGYN (2022 - Present)
Director of Midwifery Services, Stanford University School of Medicine, Obstetrics and Gynecology (2017 - Present)
Honors & Awards
Excellence in Collaboration, Resident Staff, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Stanford University School of Medicine (2010)
The Grace Award, Employee of the Year, Lucille Packard Children's Hospital (2010)
The Daisy Award, Lucille Packard Children's Hospital (2014)
Boards, Advisory Committees, Professional Organizations
Chair Person, San Francisco, Bay Area Chapter, California Nurse Midwives Association (2022 - Present)
Member, The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (2015 - Present)
Member, American College of Nurse Midwives (2015 - Present)
Board Certification: American Midwifery Certification Board, Inc, Certified Nurse Midwife (2014)
Professional Education: University of Washington (2014) WA United States of America
Expert Consensus Regarding Core Outcomes for Enhanced Recovery after Cesarean Delivery Studies: A Delphi study.
BACKGROUND: Heterogeneity among reported outcomes from enhanced recovery after cesarean delivery impact studies is high. This study aimed to develop a standardized enhanced recovery core outcome set for use in future enhanced recovery after cesarean delivery studies.METHODS: An international consensus study involving physicians, patients and a director of Midwifery and Nursing Services, was conducted using a three-round modified Delphi approach (2 rounds of electronic questionnaires and a 3rd round e-discussion), to produce the core outcome set. An initial list of outcomes was based on a previously published systematic review. Consensus was obtained for the final core outcome set, including definitions for key terms, and preferred units of measurement. Strong consensus was defined as ≥70% agreement and weak consensus as 50-69% agreement. Of the 64 stakeholders who were approached, 32 agreed to participate. All 32, 31 and 26 stakeholders completed Rounds 1, 2 and 3, respectively.RESULTS: The number of outcomes in the final core outcome set was reduced from 98 to 15. Strong consensus (≥70% stakeholder agreement) was achieved for 15 outcomes. The core outcome set included: length of hospital stay; compliance with enhanced recovery protocol; maternal morbidity (hospital re-admissions or unplanned consultations); provision of optimal analgesia (maternal satisfaction, compliance with analgesia, opioid consumption / requirement and incidence of nausea or vomiting); fasting times; breastfeeding success; and times to mobilization and urinary catheter removal. The Obstetric Quality of Recovery-10 item composite measure was also included in the final core outcome set. Areas identified as requiring further research included readiness for discharge and analysis of cost savings.CONCLUSIONS: Results from an international consensus to develop a core outcome set for enhanced recovery after cesarean delivery are presented. These are outcomes that could be considered when designing future enhanced recovery studies.
View details for DOI 10.1097/ALN.0000000000004263
View details for PubMedID 35511169