Prepared and Presented by Tracy Karp RNC, MSN, NNP 16 Hours CE

Course Information: 

  • The Most Comprehensive Review, NCC exam preparation included in the conference.  
  • Orientation tool or Refinement of Skills, Intense Physiologic-based Review.
  • Course objectives:
    Review high-risk antepartum/intrapartum maternal factors that indicate potential neonatal risk.
     Identify common laboratory findings and other diagnostic testing that impact care and management.
     List components of immediate physical assessment, resuscitation and care of the newly born infant.
     Evaluate aspects of gestational age and intrauterine growth that put the baby at risk and management strategies for those risks.
     Discuss the aspects of thermal risk and management for newborns.
    Define, differentiate, and formulate plans of care for major neonatal disorders of the newborn and/or the preterm infant: cardiovascular, respiratory, neurologic, gastrointestinal, genitourinary, HENT, metabolic, hematologic, and endocrine systems.
     Discuss fl uid/electrolyte/nutritional assessment, issue identification, and management strategies.
     Review key immunologic concepts including inflammatory response, immunity, differentials, and sepsis.
     Identify congenital genetic conditions with management etiologies.
     Understand the concepts of Developmental Care.
     List components Parental support and discharge planning


RNNCEs students have the unique opportunity to register with NCC for the NICU Nursing exam with the option of “Second Chance Free”.  See our NCC registration page for all details.