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NICUniversity.org offers a wide range of relevant and important continuing education courses for the practicing neonatology health care provider.


Please browse through the categories listed below. The CME and CE Lecture Series includes lectures for physicians and nurses. The NP/Nurses Corner provides CE courses intended specifically for nurses. The Resident Lecture Series helps meet the needs of neonatology residents and fellow. And lastly, the Lecture Annex, while not available for continuing education credits, offers many lectures covering a wide variety of topics that are interesting and timely.

Nurse Corner

NICUniversity.org provides timely, relevant, and diverse continuing education to meet the needs of neonatal nurses at all levels and in all roles. This site will continually evolve, being as dynamic as the practice of neonatal nursing.

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Group B Streptococcal Infections in the Newborn VIEW DETAILS  
 
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Lecturer:
Andrew M. Ellefson, MD
Neonatologist
Christiana Care Health System
Date Released:
05/01/2017
    Fee:  
    FREE  

 

Neonatal Thyroid Physiology VIEW DETAILS  
This lecture reviews fetal and neonatal thyroid anatomy, physiology, and pathophysiology.

Neonatal Thyroid Physiology
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Shazia Bhat, MD
12/24/2014
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    FREE  

 

Principles of Research with Human Subjects: Part 1 - Ethics in Research VIEW DETAILS  
This session is part one of a two-part lecture series to address the principles of human subject research. Ethical principles are the basis for conducting human subjects research.  Understanding how to navigate the research process utilizing these principles is essential to proper research conduct.

 Principles of Research with Human Subjects: Part 1 - Ethics in Research
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Lecturer: Date Released:
Amy Mackley, MSN, RNC, CCRC
05/27/2014
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    FREE  

 

Principles of Research with Human Subjects: Part 2 - Informed Consent & Vulnerable Populations VIEW DETAILS  
This session is part two of a two-part lecture series to address the principles of human subject research. This lecture will focus on the informed consent process for research.  There will be an emphasis on areas such as:  elements of informed consent, practical tips in obtaining consent, and research in vulnerable populations.

Principles of Research with Human Subjects: Part 2 - Informed Consent & Vulnerable Populations
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Lecturer: Date Released:
Amy Mackley, MSN, RNC, CCRC
05/26/2014
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    FREE  

 

Non-Genetic Etiologies of Congenital Defects VIEW DETAILS  

Birth defects can be due to causes other than chromosome or single gene disorders. Multifactorial inheritance combines a genetic predisposition, likely caused by variations in several genes, with other influences, such as sex of the proband and environmental factors. Environmental factors may include maternal diet, nutritional deficiencies and teratogens. Congenital anomalies may result from intrauterine deformational forces, such as an elongated head shape after breech position, or the distended abdominal wall resulting from a massively enlarged bladder due to urethral obstruction. Recurrence risk for such abnormalities depends on their underlying cause.

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Lecturer: Date Released:
Karen W. Gripp, MD, FAAP, FACMG

02/28/2014
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Non-Genetic Causes of Congenital Defects: Maternal Factors VIEW DETAILS  

This lecture will review some congenital anomalies that are caused, at least in part, by non-genetic conditions to which the developing embryo/ fetus is exposed in utero. These include maternal medical conditions that results in alterations of the fetal environment as well as specific infectious or toxic agents. Current literature on the potential association between assisted reproduction technology and the incidence of congenital anomalies will also be discussed.

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Lecturer: Date Released:
Jane E. McGowan, MD


02/28/2014
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