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AWHONN Intermediate Fetal Heart Monitoring Maine Coast Memorial January 23 & 24

Free

with Shauna Goulet, RNC-OB/EFM, CLC, CBE

Calendar Next available session starts Jan 23, 2020 at 8 am

Fetal heart monitoring education remains an important element for nurses and physicians who care for women and their newborns. For more than 20 years, AWHONN has been the leader in providing education through live courses, books, webinars and online learning.

AWHONN is the recognized leader in obstetrics education. AWHONN's in-person  formats are evidence-based and provide the essential tools for educating the entire team. 97% of students who participated in AWHONN's Fetal Heart Monitoring Program stated they felt their experience would improve their ability to care for patients.

Stay current on best practices and help improve patient safety! 

 

THIS IS A TWO DAY CLASS!!!

STABLE January 23, 2020 Northern Light Health, EMMC

Free

with Ann Boomer, MN, NNP-BC

Calendar Next session starts Jan 23, 2020 at 8 am

The S.T.A.B.L.E. Program provides general guidelines for the assessment and stabilization of sick infants in the post-resuscitation/pre-transport stabilization period, and it is intended for:

Registered nurses:  L&D, postpartum, nursery, NICU, ER

Advanced practice RN’s:  NNP students, nurse midwives, certified nurse anesthetists

Physicians:  family practice, OB, ER, pediatric

Licensed practical nurses and nursing assistants:  L&D, postpartum, nursery

Respiratory therapists

Emergency medical technicians, paramedics

 If you should have any questions please contact Kathy Taylor at ktaylor@mmc.org or call 662-2696.

 

 

Full Course

AWHONN POEP Course Module 5 February 5, 2020

Free

with Emily Watson, RN

Calendar Next session starts Feb 5, 2020 at 9 am

Module 5

Process of Labor and Birth (Complications)

Content Includes:

•Labor and Birth complications such as as inductions and augmentation, labor dystocia, and postpartum hemorrhage

•New content on the process of quantification of maternal blood loss for every birth

 

 

 

Full Course

AWHONN Intermediate Fetal Heart Monitoring Maine Coast Memorial February 20 & 21

Free

with Shauna Goulet, RNC-OB/EFM, CLC, CBE

Calendar Next available session starts Feb 20, 2020 at 8 am

Fetal heart monitoring education remains an important element for nurses and physicians who care for women and their newborns. For more than 20 years, AWHONN has been the leader in providing education through live courses, books, webinars and online learning.

AWHONN is the recognized leader in obstetrics education. AWHONN's in-person  formats are evidence-based and provide the essential tools for educating the entire team. 97% of students who participated in AWHONN's Fetal Heart Monitoring Program stated they felt their experience would improve their ability to care for patients.

Stay current on best practices and help improve patient safety! 

 

THIS IS A TWO DAY CLASS!!!

AWHONN POEP Course Module 7 March 4th, 2020

Free

with Emily Watson, RN

Calendar Next available session starts Mar 4, 2020 at 9 am

Objectives:

premature rupture of membranes.

2. Identify risk factors and management of preterm premature rupture of membranes.

3. Review the pathophysiology and management of bleeding disorders in pregnancy.

4. Describe the prevalence, physiology, risk factors and management for multiple gestation,

including the nursing care of women with twins and higher order multiples.

Complications of Pregnancy, Part 1 of 3

Expanded content includes but is not limited to the most common pregnancy complications such as rupture of membranes, bleeding disorders, preterm labor, multiple gestation, and preterm birth

STABLE April 3, 2020 -- Central Maine Medical Center

Free

with Angela Rojecki, RNC-NIC, BSN, RRT

Calendar Next available session starts Apr 3, 2020 at 8 am

 

Friday, April 3, 2020

Central Maine Medical Center

300 Main Street

Lewiston, ME  04240

Portland, ME 04102

East Tower 2 & 3

8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Instructor:

Angie Rojecki, RNC-NIC, BSN, RRT

 

25 slots available

 

Registration starts at 7:30 a.m.

All food will be on your own

 

Topics to Include:

Discuss issues of patient safety and error reduction in the delivery

of nursing and medical infant care.

Identify infants at increased risk for becoming hypothermic.

Summarize basic evaluation of neonatal respiratory distress.

Discuss the causes, presentation and initial treatment of hypovolemic, cardiogenic, and septic shock.

Describe the clinical signs of neonatal sepsis.

Discuss the crisis that families face when the infant requires care in a neonatal intensive care unit.

You may find it helpful to have a STABLE Program Learner Manual with you during this class.

You may borrow a copy from your facility or purchase one from www.stableprogram.org

 

STABLE April 30 Maine Coast Memorial Hospital

Free

with Ann Boomer, MN, NNP-BC

Calendar Next available session starts Apr 30, 2020 at 8 am

The S.T.A.B.L.E. Program provides general guidelines for the assessment and stabilization of sick infants in the post-resuscitation/pre-transport stabilization period, and it is intended for:

Registered nurses:  L&D, postpartum, nursery, NICU, ER

Advanced practice RN’s:  NNP students, nurse midwives, certified nurse anesthetists

Physicians:  family practice, OB, ER, pediatric

Licensed practical nurses and nursing assistants:  L&D, postpartum, nursery

Respiratory therapists

Emergency medical technicians, paramedics

 If you should have any questions please contact Kathy Taylor at ktaylor@mmc.org or call 662-2696.

 

 

STABLE May 4, 2020 Maine Medical Center

Free

with Angela Rojecki, RNC-NIC, BSN, RRT

Calendar Next available session starts May 4, 2020 at 8 am

 

Monday, May 04, 2020

Maine Medical Center

22 Bramhall Street

Portland, ME 04102

East Tower 2 & 3

8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Instructor:

Angie Rojecki, RNC-NIC, BSN, RRT

 

25 slots available

 

Registration starts at 7:30 a.m.

All food will be on your own

 

Topics to Include:

Discuss issues of patient safety and error reduction in the delivery

of nursing and medical infant care.

Identify infants at increased risk for becoming hypothermic.

Summarize basic evaluation of neonatal respiratory distress.

Discuss the causes, presentation and initial treatment of hypovolemic, cardiogenic, and septic shock.

Describe the clinical signs of neonatal sepsis.

Discuss the crisis that families face when the infant requires care in a neonatal intensive care unit.

You may find it helpful to have a STABLE Program Learner Manual with you during this class.

You may borrow a copy from your facility or purchase one from www.stableprogram.org

 





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