Midwifery Identification, Stabilisation and Transfer of the Sick Newborn
- Aimed at midwifery and ambulance personnel to support management and transfer of babies
- Designed to extend care beyond the first minutes of care up to and including handover to the neonatal team
- Developed by Health Education England in partnership with other professional bodies
The Midwifery Identification, Stabilisation and Transfer of the Sick Newborn elearning programme is designed to equip maternity and emergency teams with the knowledge required to extend care beyond the first minutes after birth, up to and including handover to the neonatal team.
Each of the four sessions will cover identification, management including stabilisation and communication, and transfer to a neonatal unit
This engaging, interactive course is available to allied healthcare professionals around the world.
Written by the UK’s Top Clinical Specialists
This online training has been developed in the UK by Health Education England elearning for healthcare (add hyperlink) in partnership with The Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS Trust and The Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.
This ensures this knowledge resource meets the highest training standards and offers a world-class elearning experience.
Made to Fit Your Busy Life
The engaging, interactive content, that’s delivered online, means you can study at home, in work or even on the move.
Plus, the bitesize modules track your progress, so it’s possible to dip in and out of sessions, and allow you to access them in any order, as frequently as you need.
Making this the perfect course to enhance your knowledge and skills even when you have a busy life.
The Midwifery Identification, Stabilisation and Transfer of the Sick Newborn online elearning programme consists of a number of modules that are divided up into smaller elearning sessions. Each session typically takes around 20 to 30 minutes to complete.
The programme consists of four elearning sessions and enabling the learner to recognise normal and abnormal infant colour (anaemia and cyanosis), recognise normal and abnormal feeding patterns and abdominal signs, support an infant born unexpectedly preterm and support a baby born in an unexpectedly poor condition.