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City, University of London is doing this study day in collaboration with Barts Health NHS trust.
This neonatal ventilation study is an interactive hands on study day is suitable for neonatal/paediatric trainees, Advanced Neonatal Nurse Practitioners or neonatal nurses who would like a theoretical and practical guide on current ventilation strategies in neonatal clinical practice. Senior nurses and doctors who want a refresher course on current practice of neonatal ventilation are encouraged to apply. The day will include a combination of lectures, scenario based workshops and hands on practical workshop. Lectures and workshops will be delivered by senior neonatal consultants.
Excellent course,I really enjoyed it. Worked really well with a small group. Speaker were incredibly knowledgeable.
Neonatal Nurse, Royal London Hospital
Some good ground covered on neonatal. excellent coverage of different modes of ventilation
NNU Registrar,Royal London Hospital
The course will cover the following topics:
Neonatal respiratory Physiology
Physiology of common neonatal respiratory disease
Clinical management of common neonatal respiratory conditions including invasive and non-invasive ventilation strategies
Problem based learning exercise Hands on practical workshop
Neonatal nurses, junior doctors, senior paediatric doctors and nurses working within paediatric and neonatal settings.
Face to face lectures
Hands on practical workshops
Scenario based learning and assessment workshops
Question and answer
S Sakonidou and J Dhaliwal.( 2014)The management of neonatal respiratory distress syndrome in preterm infants (European Consensus Guidelines—2013 update) Arch Dis Child Educ Pract Ed 2015;100:5 257-259 Published Online First: 18 February 2015 doi:10.1136/archdischild-2014-306642.
Shetty, S. & Greenough, A. (2014) "Neonatal ventilation strategies and long-term respiratory outcomes", Early human development, vol. 90, no. 11, pp. 735-739.
Manley BJ, Dold SK, Davis PG, et al. (2012) High-flow nasal cannulae for respiratory support of preterm infants: a review of the evidence. Neonatology;102:300–8.
Manley BJ, Owen LS, Davis,PG (2014)High-flow nasal cannulae in very preterm infants after extubation. N Engl J Med;370:385–6
.Support Study Group of the Eunice Kennedy Shriver NICHD Neonatal Research Network(2010).Early CPAP versus surfactant in extremely preterm infants.N Engl J Med, 362 pp. 1970–1979 Stevens T.P., Finer N.N., Carlo W.A., et al (2014) Respiratory Outcomes of the Surfactant Positive Pressure and Oximetry Randomized Trial (SUPPORT).