Developmentally Supportive Care – a Learning Opportunity for Neonatal Health Professionals (Free Event)

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The Scottish Neonatal Nurses’ Group proudly present the following CPD opportunity for all neonatal health professionals. The event being held in Scotland on the 12th & 13th September 2017 (You should attend one day only); is funded by SNNG supported by Scottish Government, University of the West of Scotland and NHS Tayside. The programme and associated workshops are free. In the event of them being over subscribed, preference will be given to SNNG members and numbers per unit restricted.

Touch a life, impact a lifetime: Implications of Developmentally Supportive Care .

WHAT IS ON OFFER?

1. An internationally renowned speaker

2. Pre attendance anonymous online questionnaire

3. A full day study where you will learn effective, clinically relevant, evidence-based care strategies that can be immediately applied in the clinical setting

4. Support on how to be a change agent in the clinical setting

5. A unit practice audit tool to support implementation

6. Details of the Trauma Informed Critical Care (TICC) certification requirements

7. Access to a private Facebook page for additional support

8. Access to an online course which expands on the information delivered on the workshop and helps prepare you for accreditation, should you wish to pursue this

9. Free entry to sit exam to become accredited in Trauma Informed Critical Caring

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

All staff who are involved in the delivery of neonatal services

· Neonatal medical staff

· Neonatal nursing staff

· Neonatal managers

· Allied Health Professionals

· Neonatal educators

Candidates may attend only one of the following full day learning events:

Tuesday 12th September 2017. Steele Seminar Room, Perth Royal Infirmary

To register click here.

or

Wednesday 13th September. West of Scotland University, Hamilton Campus

To register click here.