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Neonatal Brain Cooling Course

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ONLINE, ON-DEMAND LECTURES

If you want to be an expert in HIE & Cooling Therapy, then you should enroll in the complete brain cooling course today.

For just $269, you can get access to our complete course which guides you through:

  • neuro-assessment skills,
  • understanding the eligibility criteria for cooling,
  • optimizing bedside care,
  • quality improvement ideas,
  • skincare considerations,
  • family support,
  • long-term follow-up care, and more.

BONUS STARTING JUNE 17:

BRAIN COOLING COURSE - SUMMER STUDY GROUP

JUNE 17

Welcome & get to know one another

JUNE 24

Pathophysiology and deciding who to cool

JUNE 29

Special Guest Webinar - Dr. Wissam Alburaki

To Feed or Not to Feed Cooling Neonates

JULY 1

Bedside Care During Cooling (feeding, holding, and everything else)

JULY 8

Brain Monitoring Options & Cooling

JULY 15

Imaging & Follow Up After Cooling

JULY 22

QI Projects related to Cooling

JULY 29

Wrap up and ask anything session

COURSE OUTLINE & FACULTY LIST

Our Brain Cooling Course gives you access to the world's experts in HIE, cooling, and long-term follow up for infants with brain injury.


This course contains everything you ever wanted to know about providing the best care for babies with HIE in the NICU and beyond.

BACKGROUND & ASSESSMENT

Neonatal Asphyxia & Improving Outcomes – Dr. Lina Chalak, Neonatologist (UT Southwestern/TX Children’s/Parkland Hospital, Dallas, TX)

  • Eligibility Criteria for Cooling & Bedside Exam – Rachelle Sey, CNS (Sharp Mary Birch Hospital, San Diego)
  • Challenges of Caring for the "Maybe Baby" with Mild HIE - Alfonso Vargas, MD (St. Joseph's Women's Hospital, FL)

MONITORING & IMAGING

Brain Cooling & NIRS Monitoring – Dr. Valerie Chock, Neonatologist (Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital, Stanford University)

  • Neonatal EEG and aEEG Monitoring – Dr. Courtney Wusthoff, Neurologist (Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital, Stanford University)
  • Neuroimaging infants with HIE - Dr. Courtney Wusthoff, Neurologist (Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital, Stanford University)
  • The Use of aEEG for Infants with HIE – Dr. Gabriel Variane, Neonatologist (Groupo Santa Joana, Sao Paolo, Brazil)
  • MRI Team Prep and Patient Care - Deb Marks, NNP - (Brigham and Women's Hospital, MA) -

CARING PRACTICES DURING COOLING

Bedside Care of the Cooling Infant - Shannon Tinkler, BSN, RNC-NIC (Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital, Stanford University)

  • Skin Issues Related to Therapeutic Hypothermia and Cerebral Monitoring – Carolyn Lund, CNS (Benioff Children’s Hospital, Oakland, CA)
  • Implementing a Care Map for Infants with HIE – Diane Wilson, NNP (Hospital for Sick Kids, Toronto, Canada)
  • Diagnosis and Management of Neonatal Seizures - Dr. Courtney Wusthoff, Neurologist (Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital, Stanford University)
  • Feeding Controversies during Cooling - Dr. Michael Weiss, Shands, FL

FOLLOW UP & QUALITY OF CARE

The Role of Neonatal Therapy and HIE – Kelly Andrasik, PhD (Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital)

  • Unmet Parent Expectations and Communication Challenges Surrounding Cooling – Dr. Alexa Craig, Neurologist (Maine Medical Center)
  • Quality Metrics for a Therapeutic Hypothermia Program - Carolyn Lund, CNS (Benioff Children’s Hospital, Oakland, CA)
  • Implementation Science Methodology to Optimize Treatment for Newborns with HIE – Joan Smith, PhD, NNP (St. Louis Children’s Hospital)
  • Beyond the NICU – Long Term Follow up of Infants with HIE – Dr. Linda de Vries, Neonatologist (Utrecht University NICU, Netherlands)

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(The regular price of this complete brain cooling course on our website is $299)

ONLINE, ON-DEMAND LECTURES


This course is made up of a collection of more than a dozen international expert neonatal clinicians with more than 200 years of combined experience in cooling infants with HIE. Our faculty includes neonatal nurses, NICU educators, Neonatal Clinical Nurse Specialists, NNP’s, Neonatal Therapists, Neonatologists, and Neurologists,

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This course is approved by the California Board of Registered Nurses, Provider Number 15417, for up to 12.8 contact hours.


*Due to the digital nature of this course, there are no refunds.

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