Now more than ever Labor and Delivery nurses are required to maintain their fetal heart rate monitoring skills up to date. Above all, creating a safer perinatal environment in hospitals has become the ultimate goal for all healthcare organizations. This course will enhance the learner’s ability to perform uterine and fetal assessments; including an overview of fetal monitoring equipment and modalities; lastly, interpretation of fetal heart rate and their appropriate interventions.
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Basic Fetal Heart Monitoring
8:00 am - 12:00 pm
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Labor and Delivery Care
1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Being a Labor and Delivery nurse is more than just bringing babies into the world. First of all, Labor nurses provide different levels of care for mothers and infants in various stages of the birth process. Furthermore, nurses should be adept in providing patient-centered care for families of various ethnicities, socioeconomic statuses, and religious backgrounds. This course will provide in-depth information of the intrauterine to extra-uterine experience of both the mother and child.
Price: $115.00 (Textbook Included)
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Birth and Beyond Lactation Training
8:00 am - 6:00 pm
As a nurse, you may need to talk with new mothers about how important it is to breastfeed and teach them how to do it. As a matter of fact, most nursing schools do not teach enough about breastfeeding. Moreover, this class emphasizes how you, as a nurse, can implement techniques that will help mothers establish their milk supply; help families decide how to feed their infants; last but not least, methods to ensure milk supply for 6 months to 2 years.
Price: $200.00 (Textbook Included)
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This program is recommended for:
-Nursing students, new grads, re-entry nurses, and transfer nurses.
-Including, Healthcare providers who work in the Postpartum Unit, Labor and Delivery Department and Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.
-Nurses who work in Prenatal Care Clinics, Maternal Child Health Clinics, and Midwifery Centers