Welcome to Seattle Children’s Hospital’s Neonatal Nursing Education Briefs, created by the Neonatal Nurse Practitioner Program to achieve best-practice standards that improve safety and quality of care.
We hope these briefs, our Regional Neonatal Grand Rounds videos and our other resources will be helpful, and encourage you to share them with your colleagues.
Continuing Nursing Education for Seattle Children’s Partner Hospitals
Continuing nursing education hours are available for each brief in this series upon completion of the post-test and evaluation. All nurse participants from Seattle Children’s Hospital, Providence Regional Medical Center Everett, Overlake Medical Center, St. Joseph Medical Center and St. Francis Hospital will receive a certificate for 1.0 CE hours.
Each brief is available for two years from when it was posted.
- Anemia of Prematurity, October 2013
- Swaddled Bathing in the NICU, November 2013
- Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) Infection, December 2013
- The Methadone-Exposed Neonate, January 2014
- Neonatal Cholestasis, February 2014
- H1N1 Influenza, March 2014
- Hemorrhagic Disease of the Newborn, April 2014
- The Immunological Properties of Colostrum, May 2014
- Evidence-Based Care of Diaper Dermatitis, June 2014
- Pertussis Infection in the Neonate, July 2014
- Linkages Newsletter
For professionals who work with infants or children who have ongoing health conditions or disabilities. With a focus on Washington state resources, Linkages offers news and information about topics, events, funding opportunities, resources, and research related to children with special healthcare needs. It is published every spring, fall, and winter.
- Nursing Grand Rounds Videos
Provided by the Center for Children with Special Needs at Seattle Children's in partnership with the Washington State Department of Health Children with Special Needs Program. The programs feature presentations by healthcare professionals at Seattle Children’s and are intended for a broad audience of healthcare professionals.
- Programs and Conferences
These include NRP, PALS and PEARS courses in addition to CME events and outreach conferences.