Entry and Admissions
Short Course / CPD
No Partner College
31st October 2017, 09.00-15.00
Who should attend?
Experienced Neonatal Nurses
Max number of participants
Learning Environment & Assessment:
Facilitator - Kath Mears
Kath Mears has over 20 years neonatal nursing experience and prior to joining UCLan worked for 12 years as an Advanced Neonatal Nurse Practitioner.
Learning outcome & aims
- Review of relevant normal and altered neonatal vascular anatomy and physiology
- The pathophysiology, management and care of neonates requiring vascular access and cannulation
- Management of infant needs in relation to assessment of pain and sensory overload
- Assessment and evaluation of family needs
- Identifying and responding to complications of vascular access.
- Professional, legal and ethical issues associated with vascular access
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