About: neoResus is a specialised training program that has been designed to standardise the way in which newborn resuscitation is taught. The program has been developed by the Paediatric Infant Perinatal Emergency Retrieval Service (PIPER) Victoria as an educational program around neonatal care. The neoResus web site provides supporting information, it is strongly recommended you review the information on the website.
This learning package can be completed as a standalone module to increase your theoretical knowledge in newborn resuscitation.
This learning package is the pre learning module for the face-to-face First Response, Advanced Resuscitation and Facilitator Workshop. Further information about the face-to-face programs at the Royal Childrens' Hospital can be found on the neoResus website.
Intended audience: Clinicians interested in self-directed theoretical learning;
Total time: 3 hours
CPD points: equivalent of 3 hours
Cost range: $40 incl GST
Course contact: email@example.com Telephone 1300 659 803, option 3
About: This clinical learning resource package has been designed to assist nursing staff (registered nurses and midwives) who are caring for newborn infants requiring nCPAP and/or nHF in non-tertiary Special Care Nurseries.
Includes: Learning module for nCPAP and nHF with inbuilt knowledge checks
Intended audience: Nurses and Midwives caring for newborns requiring non-invasive respiratory support
CPD hours: Self- record number of hours study as CPD activity
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Mode of delivery: Virtual
About: This video is a recording of a webinar held on 8th June, 2022.
Includes: The topics cover neonatal emergencies:
- Hypoxic Ischaemic Encephalopathy in the newborn – Presented by Assoc. Prof. Sue Jacobs
- Bile-stained vomiting in the neonate – Presented by Dr. Anastasia Pellicano
- Neonatal Sepsis: Presented by Joanne Scott, NNP and Claire Josephs, Midwifery Educator
Intended audience: The video’s intended audience is medical, nursing and midwifery healthcare professionals from Level 2-5 neonatal services in Victoria, although the information may be relevant to any healthcare professional working in neonatal services.
After enrolling in this course, you have access to the content for 3 months.
Total time: 3 hours
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Telephone: 1300 659 803, option 3Refund policy: N/A
Note: The information contained within the recording was relevant at the time of the webinar. Consider this when utilising the information contained therein.