Do you know the latest evidence
about neonatal transitions?
Karen’s workshop covers neonatal transitional physiology (delayed cord clamping), the evidence-based studies behind the AAP/NRP guidelines such as the use of 100% O2, pulse oximetry, babies born through meconium stained waters, thermal management, all pertaining to the newborn etc.
She articulates a broader understanding of how to think about resuscitating a newborn, explaining the resuscitation process with clarity and thoroughness.
She will illustrate how babies clear the fluid from their lungs in the birth process and what to do when there is a problem.
The workshop demonstrates the inherent wisdom embedded in birth; physically, psychologically and emotionally. She shares her “Simple Tools” for helping babies when things do not go as planned.
This workshop includes the latest from the AAP/NRPTM (The American Academy of Pediatrics/Neonatal Resuscitation Program).
Karen covers more than the normal hospital based AAP/NRPTM, many of her attendants work not only in hospitals and birth centers but also in the out-of- the-hospital setting.
All information presented applies wherever birth occurs, plus specific information is given for out of hospital situations.
This class does fulfill the requirements for AAP/NRPTM.
You get the same card you would get if you took NRPTM at the hospital.
Karen Strange, Certified Professional Midwife, lecturer and educator. She has been an AAP/NRPTM instructor since 1991 and has taught over 7,000 people worldwide.
Karen proficiently translates the physiology of neonatal resuscitation and neonatal transition. She is very gifted in her ability to present birth from the baby’s perspective as well as create an understanding of resuscitating newborns at birth. She adeptly demonstrates the skills necessary in neonatal resuscitation in a non-traumatizing, easy-to-remember way.
A passionate lecturer of the baby’s experience of birth, helping you see through the eyes of the newborn, transforming what you thought you knew.
She loves sharing her “Simple Tools” to help babies (children and adults) integrate what happens to them before, during and after birth.
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Please be advised that this class does not include specific protocols or practices that may be relevant to your hospital based environment.
Those specifics should be provided by your place of employment.
What you will learn will be essential information applicable to all birth settings.
Please email me directly if you have further questions regarding this workshop.
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