Fundamentals of Postpartum and Newborn Care

About Fundamentals of Postpartum and Newborn Care

In brief, Fundamentals of Postpartum and Newborn Care will emphasize the skills needed to perform adept nursing interventions within the Mother Baby Unit. To illustrate, students will learn how to assess the postpartum patient using the BUBBLE-LE method. In addition, this course will cover postpartum disorders and interventions to; venous thrombosis embolism, hemorrhage, as well as severe hypertension. Accordingly, learners will culture the ability to identify and respond to maternal disorders that affect the fetus.

Similarly, the Postpartum and Newborn Care class will also provide in-depth information on how to adequately perform neonatal assessments. Students will acquire the skills required not only for the one-and-five-minute APGAR score, but also the genetic newborn screening, and more. Also, the intricacies of how infants adapt to extra-uterine life will be discussed. Lastly, upon completion of Fundamentals of Postpartum and Newborn Care, students will gain the skills needed to perform outstanding nursing care for women, infants and their families.

Why you should choose NEO for Fundamentals of Postpartum ad Newborn Care

Nurses Educational Opportunities holds a genuine passion for women’s and children’s health. For this reason, we have sought to improve maternal outcomes by preparing nurses on how adequately perform maternal child care.

Furthermore, this class is great for those seeking to enter the Mother Baby field. Because most hospitals place Labor and Delivery hires in Postpartum initially, this class is also great for newly hired Labor nurses. Overall, our instructors will ensure that learners feel ready to carefully assess and prepare mothers for a successful outcome. To learn more about Breastfeeding and Baby Friendly, read our Blog on the history of The Baby Friendly Hospital Initiative. To conclude, Fundamentals of Postpartum and Newborn Care is a valuable class which will greatly contribute to your nursing skills.

Course Information

Course Price: $150.00

Textbook Included

Awarded 6 Contact Education Hours

Schedule online or call us at 866-266-2229

Orange County

San Diego

Fundamentals of Postpartum and Newborn Care

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