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Best of NANN Sessions
Recorded sessions from NANN’s Annual Meetings are available from the 2019 conference as well as the Pampers Symposia sessions from the 2020 and 2021 Virtual Meetings. Covering a variety of topics from vaccine safety to wireless monitoring systems in the NICU, these sessions make great education opportunities for unit learning, lunch and learns, or chapter events.
2019 Conference Recordings:
- Challenging NICU Parents: How to Deal as Told by NICU Parents Themselves
- Building a Bridge: NRP to PALS: Meeting the Resuscitation Needs for the No Longer "Newly Born" Infant in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
- Addressing Vaccine Hesitancy in the Age of Dr. Google
- Ultra-thin, Adhesive-less Epidermal Electronic Systems with in-sensor Analytics for Neonatal Intensive Care
- Transcatheter Closure of Patent Ductus Arteriosus in Premature Babies Less Than 2kg
- Supporting Auditory Development in the Premature and High-risk Infant: We Don't Get Do-overs! (FREE!)
2020 Conference Recordings:
2021 Conference Recordings:
Membership Has Its Benefits: The Role of Professional Organizations in Cultivating Leadership Skills
In this webinar, NANN President Joan Rikli presents the benefits of professional membership and how belonging to NANN can serve as an asset to your professional growth. Learn about the many resources that NANN offers its members and opportunities to volunteer where your leadership skills can be honed and applied. You’ll also hear about Joan’s own experience in growing in leadership to become the current president of NANN.
The absence of an adequate, consistent leadership pipeline has been cited as a key challenge in nursing today. Strong leadership is critical if the vision of a transformed health care system is to be realized. Presented by Pam Spivey, this webinar will explore opportunities in leadership development available to participants through active engagement in the National Association of Neonatal Nurses and beyond.
CENow! Learning Modules
The authors discuss the importance of accurate interpretation of blood gases using an organized, stepwise approach. A review of the underlying causes of blood gas changes and minimization of potential errors to allow for timely interventions will also be examined.
The authors discuss the multifactorial etiology of this disease in the VLBW infant. The importance of human milk in the preterm infant's immune defenses and educating parents and caregivers about special feeding needs as a means of prevention are also considered.
The author discusses the importance of maintaining a neutral thermal environment in the ELBW. Nursing interventions and implications are identified to decrease the incidence of temperature instability in the ELBW.
The author discusses neonatal sepsis and the importance of timing of diagnosis. Challenges with timing of treatment and liberal use or overuse of antibiotics are identified.