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The S.T.A.B.L.E. Program focuses exclusively on the post-resuscitation/pre-transport stabilization care of sick infants. The program was developed to meet the educational needs of health care providers who must deliver this important stabilization care.
The Neonatal Orientation and Education Program, Fourth Edition (NOEP) is a comprehension, educational program that is highly effective in providing evidence-based, clinical education to neonatal nurses. NOEP helps to mitigate neonatal risk, increase staff efficiency, and promote optimal neonatal outcomes while saving your healthcare system time and money.
This year's Convocation ceremony will be held virtually with an in-person hooding ceremony for students and faculty involved in the ceremony. 10 a.m. – Virtual Convocation 12 p.m. – Hooding Ceremony for Graduates
Goal Participants will gain an increased understanding of how to care for critically ill newborns infants prior to transport to a tertiary care center as evidenced by passing the STABLE Program post test
Burnout and stress have been know to contribute towards patient safety issues in healthcare. Understanding of workplace burnout and stress among various providers will aid in developing a more specific and targeted approach to stress reduction and burnout, thereby potentially reducing errors and improving safety for patients.
Purpose: To provide education regarding the Illinois Abandoned Newborn Infant Protection Act (Illinois’ Safe Haven Law) Objectives: 1. Define a legal relinquishment under the Safe Haven Law 2. List the four parts of the information packet that must be offered to the relinquishing person 3. Describe the responsibilities of hospital staff following a Safe Haven rel
This is an advanced course to assist the nurse eligible for certification by the NCC to prepare and sit for the computer-based Maternal Newborn or Inpatient Obstetrics Examination. This is a hybrid offering of in person and virtual. Do not use internet explorer when registering
Purpose: To connect hospital social workers and nurses with community resources that support the emotional, physical and social well-being of mothers and their babies. Objectives: 1. Recognize the need for supportive services for moms and babies 2. Explain tools that can be used for needs assessments 3. Identify local resources in key service areas 4. Assist pati
The two-day workshop (18 contact hours and 15.25 CMEs) is offered in a standardized format that can be used as a competency assessment to validate the knowledge and skills of experienced nurses. Participants analyze case scenarios using key physiologic principles