14Dec

Featured Course: The 9%: Why Resuscitate 22 Week Infants?

By Sue Ludwig

“Wonderful survival story about James. Also, so excited to hear how the therapists aided the parents in the recovery process (knowing how to touch and interact with their baby)!” – Lois Holsinger OTR/L, NTMTC, CPST

This is the last chance to access this incredible course as it retires in 3/2022. It is approved for ethics CE content.

Speakers:
Erin Hamilton Spence, MD, FAAP
Alison Epps, Parent Ambassador, NICU Helping Hands

Topic: The 9%: Why Resuscitate 22 Week Infants?

Course Description: This course balances the medical and ethical challenges surrounding resuscitation of extremely premature infants. Current variations in US neonatal practice are reviewed. Included is the intense and honest account of a mother’s experience with her own son born at 22 6/7 weeks.
*The content of this course will only be available until March 1, 2022, 5pm ET/2pm PT.

Speaker bios can be accessed here.

Target Audience: OT, SLP, PT, RN, and Neonatal professionals

Level: Intermediate

Course Fee: $57 or FREE for NANT Members

CE Credit: OT, SLP – 1 hour
PT – 1.25 hours

Objectives:

  1. Describe obstetrical limitations & interventions for peri-viable infants 22-23 weeks.
  2. Discuss current US neonatal practice variation & data published for peri-viable outcomes.
  3. Translate these outcomes into a framework for early developmental interventions.

Instructional Method: Recorded webinar with handouts. Learning assessment and course evaluation follow course.

Click here to take the course now.

“Provided a lot of evidence and increased my knowledge base.” – Julie Kincaide, PT

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