This is a special pre-conference event funded by the Nebraska Office of Rural Health and presented by NPQIC and Sim-NE.
In conjunction with the NAFP's Spring Meeting, NPQIC will provide perinatal simulation training to rural health care providers that will benefit babies and moms when they need it most. Funded by a grant from the Nebraska Department of Rural Health, the training will give rural providers the latest information and training on neonatal resuscitation and high-risk delivery. Obstetrical and neonatal experts will provide didactic lectures and skills labs and, using UNMC's SIM-NE trucks, will present two simulation experiences on neonatal resuscitation and high-risk delivery. The team hopes to fill a training gap by offering education and hands-on experience to refresh the physician's skills. They'll be able to practice on simulation mannequins, so they are ready for the next high-risk delivery that walks into their hospital. Stay tuned for more details on the NAFP website.
Attendance is VERY limited for this event.
Ann Anderson Berry, MD
Sydnie Camaher, NNP
Jackie Liess, NNP
Monty Mathews, MD
Amy TerMatt, NNP
* Demonstrate appropriate resuscitation and stabilization of the critical newborn
* Demonstrate appropriate interventions for dystocia
* Demonstrate management of precipitous delivery
* Describe appropriate management of postpartum hemorrhage
Agenda is attached. Attendees will be on their own for lunch.