Mrs. Jenna Alana LoGiudice
Instructor of Nursing
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7 health decisions every new mom must make
Dr. Jenna LoGiudice, Assistant Professor of Nursing, shares insight on the challenges of breastfeeding a newborn child.
Appeared in Fox News on 2/22/15
Prenatal screening for intimate partner violence: A qualitative meta-synthesis
An important paper/research by Jenna LoGiudice, MSN, CNM, RN '06, assistant professor of nursing: "The aim of this meta-synthesis was to glean an understanding of healthcare providers' experience with prenatal screening for intimate partner violence."
Published in Applied Nursing Research in 2014
10 ways to manage labor pain without drugs
Jenna LoGiudice, MSN, CNM, RN '06, assistant professor of nursing, shared her expertise in this article: If the contractions are higher, a rebozo can create pressure in a different spot, said Jenna LoGiudice, a certified nurse midwife and assistant professor at Fairfield University's School of Nursing. "That counter pressure helps to balance some of the labor discomfort," she said.
Appeared on Fox News on 6/22/14
Health experts urge new mothers: "Breast is best"
August marks Breastfeeding Awareness Month. In this video interview, School of Nursing faculty members Nancy Manister and Jenna LoGiudice '06 share how breastfeeding has a multitude of health benefits.
Published in It's Relevant, an online news source, on 8/28/14
Laughing gas for childbirth: The new way to have a pain-free labor?
Although nitrous oxide is a drug, it's a viable option– even for women who want to have a natural birth. "It can help her get through a contraction in a different way and distance herself from the contraction," said Jenna LoGiudice, a certified nurse midwife and assistant professor at Fairfield University's School of Nursing. "It's not necessarily a pain relief method but it's helping the woman decrease her anxiety and mentally get through a contraction."
Appeared on Fox News on 6/15/14