Live Webinar on May 24, 2023 - Register Today! The goal of this conference is to enhance the health care professional's understanding of current management techniques in providing care to the high-risk infant.
The High-Risk Newborn:
Sharing the Care 2023
May 24, 2023 - 9:00 AM - 3:45 PM - Live Webinar
- Identify risk factors for the development of neonatal hyperbilirubinemia.
- Identify s/s of hyperbilirubinemia and best practices for care.
- Discuss community resources available to children and families after discharge.
- Discuss information related to social and emotional supports offered to children and families enrolled in the North Carolina Infant-Toddler Program through the Winston-Salem Children’s Developmental Services Agency.
- Identify potential routes from caregiving to trauma in an environment where infants and families with a substance-exposed pregnancy receive care.
- Recognize potentially traumatizing caregiving experiences.
Identify opportunities to support colleagues when caring for infants and families with a substance-exposed pregnancy.
- Discuss high risk scenarios that may take place before and after discharge and identify factors that can determine outcomes.
- Examine the social worker's role and scope of practice related to infants and families experiencing an SEP.
- Relate nursing and social work practices to the overall care planning for infants and families experiencing an SEP.
- Relate the care team's assessments to potential custody outcomes.
- Describe potential safety plans when birth parents do not have full custody of children.
Registration fee for the program will be $85 for Individual Rate and $75 for Group Rate (3 or more), please click here to register.