S.T.A.B.L.E. October 23, 2014

Seattle, Washington
Thursday, October 23, 2014

S.T.A.B.L.E. October 23, 2014

Thursday, October 23, 2014 7:30 AM - 6:00 PM (Pacific Time)

Seattle Children's Administrative Building
6901 Sand Point Way NE

Seattle, Washington 98115
United States

Phone: 206-987-6772
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Description

Hundreds ​of ​times ​each ​day, ​in ​hospitals ​and ​communities ​around ​the ​world, ​newly ​born ​infants ​become ​ill ​and ​require ​specialized ​care. ​Each ​member ​of ​the ​health ​care ​team ​must ​know ​what ​to ​do ​for ​the ​sick ​infant. ​Care ​must ​be ​provided ​in ​a ​timely, ​efficient, ​anticipatory, ​and ​effective ​manner. ​This ​early ​transitional ​care ​affects ​not ​only ​the ​immediate ​health ​of ​the ​infant, ​but ​also ​the ​infant’s ​long-term ​outcome. ​

The ​S.T.A.B.L.E. ​Program ​was ​developed ​to ​meet ​the ​educational ​needs ​of ​health ​care ​providers ​who ​must ​deliver ​this ​important ​stabilization ​care. ​S.T.A.B.L.E. ​education ​is ​critical ​to ​the ​mission ​to ​reduce ​infant ​mortality ​and ​morbidity ​and ​to ​improve ​the ​future ​health ​of ​children ​and ​their ​families. ​

This ​course ​includes ​video-based ​instruction, ​instructor-led ​discussions ​and ​the ​opportunity ​for ​participants ​to ​practice ​assessment ​and ​recognition ​skills ​using ​different ​scenarios ​in ​a ​team ​concept ​environment ​led ​by ​Seattle ​Children’s ​Hospital ​Neonatal ​Nurse ​Practitioners. ​
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