“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.
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
Course Fee: $57 or FREE for NANT Members
CE Credit: OT, SLP – 1 hour
PT – 1.25 hours
- Describe obstetrical limitations & interventions for peri-viable infants 22-23 weeks.
- Discuss current US neonatal practice variation & data published for peri-viable outcomes.
- Translate these outcomes into a framework for early developmental interventions.
Instructional Method: Recorded webinar with handouts. Learning assessment and course evaluation follow course.
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“Provided a lot of evidence and increased my knowledge base.” – Julie Kincaide, PT