Critical Care day 1- back to basics
Here you will find the resources to accompany the critical care day 1- virtual training day.
Why Caring for Sick Women Matters
Back to basics- Observations
Commonly Used Drugs used in Maternity High Care
Care of Women with DKA and hypoglycaemia
Airways and breathing
Disability and Exposure
Online evaluations need to be submitted following the day. Click here
This interactive e-learning resource has been designed for perinatal healthcare professionals to support education around the administration of magnesium sulphate for neuroprotection to mothers in preterm labour. Building on current NICE guidance, and the successful roll out of the national PReCePT programme, this module will guide clinicians through the clinical benefits of administering magnesium sulphate (MgSO4) to mothers who go into labour before 30 weeks gestation. It will provide information on the neuroprotective qualities of this cost-effective and readily available drug, the detail of how it is administered and the positive impact it can have on the lives of neonates and their families.. Click here.
National reporting has highlighted an increase in the number of babies being readmitted with hyperbilirubinemia. Neonatal jaundice, caused by the build-up of bilirubin in the blood, is a common condition which is usually harmless, requires no treatment or responds to phototherapy. On rare occasions it can cause brain damage as a result of excess bilirubin leading to kernicterus.
Click here to access a webinar on jaundice and the use of biliruibinometers 1 & 2
You can also access the Atain onlline training module for further learning on neonatal jaundice.
This programme has been written to share the elements of good bereavement care. Click here
It has been developed by a collaboration of charities, professional organisations and people with first-hand experience to improve bereavement care and reduce variability in care after:
Intelligent Intermittent Auscultation in Labour
An interactive resource designed to improve the knowledge, skills and confidence of midwives to undertake intelligent intermittent auscultation. Click here
Saving Babies Lives
A Saving Babies’ Lives e-learning programme has been developed to support the delivery of the Saving Babies’ Lives Care Bundle Version Two (SBLCBv2) in maternity units across the NHS.
The second version of the care bundle brings together five elements of care that are widely recognised as evidence-based and/or best practice, these are: