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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.
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Tackling Pulmonary Hypertension in Pre-Term Infants - From Identification to Improving Outcomes (4 of 4) VIEW DETAILS  

Module 4 of 4 Challenging Diagnostic Cases in Pre-Term Infants

Optimal diagnosis and treatment of pulmonary hypertension (PH) in pre-term infants is clinically challenging, as there is currently a lack of consensus on clinical guidelines for neonatologists. As more neonatologists are diagnosing and treating pre-term infants for PH, there has been an increase in ongoing research and a national effort to establish clinical guidelines for the management of PH.

This module was captured at the Tackling Pulmonary Hypertension in Pre-Term Infants – From Identification to Outcomes satellite symposium at the 2015 Hot Topics in Neonatology® in Washington, D.C.

 

Credit Hours:
1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits
1.0 Contact Hour

Valid Until:
1/13/2018
   
Lecturers:
Michael D. Schreiber, MD
Usha Krishnan, MD, DM, FAHA
Steven H. Abman, MD
Date Released:
1/13/2016
    Fee:  
    FREE  

 

Tackling Pulmonary Hypertension in Pre-Term Infants - From Indentification to Improving Outcomes (3 of 4) VIEW DETAILS  

Module 3 of 4 Addressing the Problem: Treatment and Intervention Strategies to Improve Outcomes

Optimal diagnosis and treatment of pulmonary hypertension (PH) in pre-term infants is clinically challenging, as there is currently a lack of consensus on clinical guidelines for neonatologists. As more neonatologists are diagnosing and treating pre-term infants for PH, there has been an increase in ongoing research and a national effort to establish clinical guidelines for the management of PH.

This module was captured at the Tackling Pulmonary Hypertension in Pre-Term Infants – From Identification to Outcomes satellite symposium at the 2015 Hot Topics in Neonatology® in Washington, D.C.

 

Credit Hours:
1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits
1.0 Contact Hour 

Valid Until:
1/13/2018
   
Lecturer:
Michael D. Schreiber, MD
Professor and Executive Vice-Chair
Chief, Section of Neonatology
Department of Pediatrics
University of Chicago

Date Released:
1/13/2016
    Fee:  
    FREE  

 

Tackling Pulmonary Hypertension in Pre-Term Infants -From Indentification to Improving Outcomes (2 of 4) VIEW DETAILS  

Module 2 of 4 Diagnosing the Problem? Diagnostic and Imaging Approaches in Pre-Term Infants 

Optimal diagnosis and treatment of pulmonary hypertension (PH) in pre-term infants is clinically challenging, as there is currently a lack of consensus on clinical guidelines for neonatologists. As more neonatologists are diagnosing and treating pre-term infants for PH, there has been an increase in ongoing research and a national effort to establish clinical guidelines for the management of PH.

This module was captured at the Tackling Pulmonary Hypertension in Pre-Term Infants – From Identification to Outcomes satellite symposium at the 2015 Hot Topics in Neonatology® in Washington, D.C.
           

 

Credit Hours:
1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits
1.0 Contact Hour

Valid Until:
1/13/2018
   

Lecturer:
Usha S. Krishnan, MD
Associate Professor of Pediatrics
Columbia University Medical Center

           

Date Released:
1/13/2016
    Fee:  
    FREE  

 

Tackling Pulmonary Hypertension in Pre-Term Infants - From Identification to Improving Outcomes (1 of 4) VIEW DETAILS  

Module 1 of 4 Characterizing the Problem: The Risk and Etiologies of Pulmonary Hypertension in Pre-Term Infants

Optimal diagnosis and treatment of pulmonary hypertension (PH) in pre-term infants is clinically challenging, as there is currently a lack of consensus on clinical guidelines for neonatologists. As more neonatologists are diagnosing and treating pre-term infants for PH, there has been an increase in ongoing research and a national effort to establish clinical guidelines for the management of PH. This module was captured at the

This module was captured at the Tackling Pulmonary Hypertension in Pre-Term Infants – From Identification to Outcomes satellite symposium at the 2015 Hot Topics in Neonatology® in Washington, D.C .

 
Credit Hours:
1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits
1.0 Contact Hour
Valid Until:
1/13/2018
   

Lecturer:
Steven H. Abman, MD
Professor, Department of Pediatrics
Director, Pediatric Heart Lung Center
University of Colorado School of Medicine and Children’s Hospital of Colorado

 

           

Date Released:
1/13/2016
    Fee:  
    FREE  

 

Innovations in Human Milk: Putting Evidence to Practice VIEW DETAILS  

Organizations such as the American Academy of Pediatrics state that the potential benefiĀ­ts of human milk are such that all preterm infants should receive it. Evidence is now available supporting lower mortality, fewer hospital admissions, and reduced secondary diseases with human milk strategies. This module will overview the benefiĀ­ts of human milk, highlight recent evidence, and discuss practical implementation strategies for hospital based neonatologists and caregivers. This program will also discuss future directions in neonatal nutrition.

This module was captured at the Innovations in Human Milk: Putting Evidence to Practice satellite symposium at the 2015 Hot Topics in Neonatology® in Washington, D.C.

 

Credit Hours: 
1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™
1.0 Contact Hour

Valid Until:
1/13/2018
   
Lecturer:
Amy Hair, MD
Assistant Professor of Pediatrics
Program Director of Neonatal Nutrition
Program Director of NICU Intestinal Rehab Team
Section of Neonatology
Department of Pediatrics
Texas Children’s Hospital
Date Released:
1/13/2016
    Fee:  
    FREE  

 

A Multidisciplinary Approach to Intrauterine Drug Exposure and Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome VIEW DETAILS  
NANN is the premier organization that shapes neonatal nursing through excellence in practice, education, research and professional development. The purpose of this conference is to offer comprehensive educational and networking opportunities for neonatal nurses, advanced practitioners and other professionals. 

This lecture is provided courtesy of the National Association of Neonatal Nurses (NANN) 2015 Annual Educational Conference. 

Credit Hours: Valid Until:
2.0 Contact Hours 12/09/2017 
Lecturers:
E. Kyle Cook, MSN APN NNP-BC,
East Tennessee Children’s Hospital,
Knoxville, TN

Terry King, PharmD,
East Tennessee Children’s Hospital,
Knoxville, TN
  
Sheri Smith, RN,
East Tennessee Children’s Hospital,
Knoxville, TN

Patricia Zetterberg, NP,
East Tennessee Children’s Hospital,
Knoxville, TN
Date Released:
12/09/2015
    Fee:  
    FREE  

 

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