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The Perinatal Outreach program at CHI Health is dedicated to providing quality education to our community. If you have questions about our programs or any questions regarding maternal and neonatal care, please do not hesitate to call or email. On-site educational offerings tailored to your needs are also available. If you are registering for remote learning, contact Melissa Wilson, MSN, RNC-NIC the Perinatal Outreach Coordinator at (402) 219-5300.
This course is designed for health care providers whose responsibilities may require them to participate in neonatal resuscitations. Class size is limited. Each class will take approximately three hours with multiple classes offered throughout the day. Register for NRP here.
The S.T.A.B.L.E. (Sugar, Temperature, Airway, Blood Pressure, Lab Work and Emotional Support) class focuses on the post-resuscitation / pre-transport stabilization care of sick infants. Register for S.T.A.B.L.E. here
Remote learning available
Completing this program provides perinatal clinicians with tools to interpret FHM data, implement interventions and evaluate the effect of interventions on maternal and fetal well-being. Register for Basic Electronic Fetal Monitoring.
Offered in a standardized format, the course may be used as a competency assessment to validate the knowledge and skills of experienced nurses and other clinicians. Participants analyze case scenarios using key physiologic principles. 2-day course. Register for AWHONN Fetal Monitoring.
The purpose of this two-day course is to prepare experienced labor and delivery nurses and providers to take the Electronic Fetal Monitoring (EFM) certification exam by reviewing advanced fetal monitoring concepts and physiology as it relates to interpreting FHR tracings. Register for EFM Certification Review.
Building on the skills and knowledge gained in the Intermediate FHM Course, the Advanced FHM course conveys the application of advanced fetal heart monitoring knowledge and skills in intrapartum clinical practice. Using a case study approach to focus on the analysis of complicated FHM patterns/characteristics and related case information. Register for AWHONN Advanced Fetal Monitoring.
Advanced Life Support in Obstetrics helps physicians and other health care providers develop and maintain the knowledge and skills they need to effectively manage potential emergencies during the perinatal period. Class date to be determined.
This course is designed to increase a hospital‘s preparedness related to emergent deliveries and newborn care after delivery. We provide interactive, hands on learning for the staff as well as assist in needs assessments around equipment within the facility. Contact Melissa Wilson to arrange at (402) 219-5300.
May 10, 2022
The Maternal Child Health Conference is provided to nurses, advanced practice nurses, physician assistants and physicians. Topics are pertinent to maternal, neonatal and pediatric issues. Speakers include physicians and other professionals who are experts in their specialty.
This conference is designed to educate health care professionals on issues related to perinatal loss and bereavement. The information obtained will guide participants in developing skills to support patients and their families through the grieving process.
Remote learning available