Ronald C. Scott Biochemical Genetics Lecture
Brendan Lee, MD, PhD
Robert and Janice McNair Endowed Chair in Molecular and Human Genetics; Professor and Chairman, Department of Molecular and Human Genetics, Baylor College of Medicine
The Neonatal Resuscitation Program (NRP) Course is an education program of the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) and the American Heart Association (AHA) that teaches an evidence-based approach to newborn care. The course introduces the concepts and basic skills of neonatal resuscitation by utilizing a blended learning approach that includes online testing, online case-based simulations and hands-on case-based simulation/debriefing that focus on critical leadership, communication and teamwork skills.
The High-Risk NRP Course provides more details and offers the opportunity to practice advanced skills, including intubation, medications and umbilical vein catheterization. In addition, this course also offers simulation of complex situations such as prematurity and congenital anomalies.
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The Low-Risk NRP Course is designed for providers who specialize in low-risk deliveries or who are new to the birth environment. This course is designed to provide more opportunity to practice individual skills and moving through the NRP Resuscitation Algorithm, as well as focusing on teamwork and communication.
This course will provide nurses information about the complex nature of suicide; and how to assess and determine risks and the appropriate treatment and management for at-risk patients, both in the healthcare setting and the community. This 6-hour class is intended to meet the requirements for the State of Washington mandatory suicide prevention training for nurses and will include the special needs of the pediatric population.
Join us for our 14th annual Pediatric Bioethics Conference, where we will discuss ethical issues raised when patients and healthcare providers come from different belief systems.
For first-time PALS certification or renewal. HeartCode is an appropriate alternative for experienced pediatric healthcare providers who are comfortable with computer simulation, and may have class-time limitations. As a first-time PALS course, it is a good option for experienced providers practicing PALS in their daily work. Part 1 provides online self-paced learning (average 4–8 hours), interactive case simulation and a written exam. In the half-day Part 2, participants practice and test team leader and team member skills using case scenarios. Completion of Part 1 is required for participation in Part 2.
For PALS Providers whose current PALS certification will not have expired before the course date.
Information on referring patients, PHINConnect, eReferral, accessing medical records, continuing medical education (CME) and more.
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