• CPD Recognition, Stabilisation and Transport of 'At Risk' Neonate
  • Recognition Stabilisation and Transport of at risk Neonate

    This Level 7 single practice module is designed to provide an in-depth exploration of the early recognition, stabilisation and management of the deteriorating neonate. It provides practitioners with the opportunity to develop their knowledge and skills in recognition of early signs of deterioration in the 'at risk' neonate. Students will gain knowledge and skills in the assessment of the 'at risk' neonate to inform decision making in the management, stabilisation and transfer of the neonate for specialist intensive care.

    They will build on knowledge and skills gained in practice developing effective communication and team working in the stabilisation and safe transfer of the neonate and support of their family. A range of evidence will be explored and critically analysed to determine implications for practice. Students will develop learning through classroom dialogue and debate and online learning, challenging and reflecting on their practice.

  • If you wish to take this as a standalone module then you can apply to be a postgraduate associate student using our online application portal. You will need to register for the portal prior to proceeding with an application.

    Students must be from a respective healthcare background and have support from the clinical manager to undertake this module of study.

    Applications are made online via the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences application portal.
    Tuition fees
    Home/EU - part time fee: 2019/20: £1,020 per single module

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    How this course helps you develop

    Teaching, learning and assessment strategies include development of core postgraduate attributes. This encourages development of critical self-awareness and personal literacy, digital and information literacy and active citizenship within the context of both academic and research literacy. 
    Careers

    Students who have completed similar vocational health and life sciences postgraduate certificate courses have been employed within their speciality both locally and nationally. This course enables you as a practitioner to work through the Agenda for Change grading bands to further your career progression.
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