This interactive neonatal study day is suitable for ANNPs and Senior neonatal who need to update clinical knowledge and skills in contemporary and current evidence based neonatal issues. 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.
Ethical legal issues in neonatal practice
Current challenges in neonatal care
Evidence based medicine in neonatal care
Developmental care in neonates - NIDCAP
Clinical management of common neonatal respiratory conditions including invasive and non-invasive ventilation strategies
Problem based learning exercise
Hands on practical workshop
This a refresher course for ANNPS or senior neonatal nurses only.
Face to face lectures
Hands on practical workshops
Scenario based learning and assessment workshops
Question and answer
Ethical challenges in neonatal intensive care nursing", 2015, Nursing ethics, vol. 22, no. 8, pp. 901-912 12p.
The ethics of neonatal research: A trialists' perspective", 2015, Seminars in Fetal & Neonatal Medicine, vol. 20, no. 6, pp. 431-435 5p.
Prenatal Consultation for Extremely Preterm Neonates: Ethical Pitfalls and Proposed Solutions", 2015, Journal of Clinical Ethics, vol. 26, no. 3, pp. 241-249 9p.
Nathalie L. M(2015) Neurorehabilitation after neonatal intensive care: evidence and challenges. Arch Dis Child Fetal Neonatal Ed 2015;100:6 F534-F540 Published Online First: 20 February 2015 doi:10.1136/archdischild-2013-305920
Shetty, S. & Greenough, A. (2014) "Neonatal ventilation strategies and long-term respiratory outcomes", Early human development, vol. 90, no. 11, pp. 735-739.
Dr Imdad Ali
Dr Imdad Ali is a Neonatal Consultant and the Neonatal Lead at Bart’s health NHS Trust in London and a senior lecturer at City, University of London with special interest in neonatal ventilation.
Dr Syed Mohinuddin
Dr Syed Mohinuddin is a Neonatal Consultant and the Neonatal Lead at Bart’s health NHS Trust in London and senior lecturer at City, University of London.
Rosemary Lanlehin is a Neonatal lecture at City, University of London and the programme director for MSC Advance Practice in Health and Social Care – Neonatal Route.
Rosemary Lanlehin is a neonatal lecturer, programme director for MSc Advance Practice in Health and Social care and Route Leader for BSC Nursing (Neonatal Route) in the Early Years Division, School of Health Sciences. She was a neonatal sister and clinical educator in a busy tertiary neonatal unit, at Homerton University Trust between 1997-2001 prior to her appointment at City.
Rosemary qualified as a Registered General Nurse in Nigeria, in 1988, and completed her Diploma in Professional Nursing Studies in the UK in 1993. She has since completed her teacher training in 1998, and was awarded DG Dip, HE. She later completed her MA in Higher Education and MSC in Social Research Methods and Statistics. Rosemary’s role as a Neonatal Lecturer and Clinical Link Lecturer enables her to develop curricula tailored to meet the needs of contemporary neonatal care. One of these curricula developments is the latest development of MSC Advance Clinical practice in Health and Social Care (Neonatal Route).
Rosemary is experienced in neonatal and paediatric intensive care with special interest in cardiac intensive care and parent satisfaction with care.