Feb 1, 2013

Free Education Webinar!!
Dandle–LION Medical invites you to an
online webinar with 1.0 FREE nursing CE credit.

Topic:
“TLB- Tender Loving Baths in the NICU”

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baby bath
Why you want to attend:

Bathing a baby can be a highly stressful experience for the baby, the parents and/ or the person performing the task.

Developmental care strategies encourage containment as a method to promote stability and reduce stress for the neonate. There is a lack of consensus in the neonatal literature concerning the type of bath, water temperature, and the length of the bath.

Swaddled bathing is a method that is widely accepted as a means to reducing the stress when an infant needs to be bathed. Join us and learn how to make bath time a TLB time.

Our Learning Objectives:

  1. Describe the procedure for a swaddled bath
  2. Compare the length of time need to perform the swaddled bath to a traditional tub bath
  3. Identify the proper water temperature for swaddle bathing

Our Presenters:


Susan Bowles, DNP, RNC-NIC Susan Bowles, DNP, RNC-NIC is a doctorally prepared Neonatal Clinical Nurse Specialist. She has also earned the Developmental Care Specialist Designation from the National Association of Neonatal Nurses and is certified as a Neonatal Intensive Care Nurse. Currently Susan is the Neonatal CNS for Tri-City Medical Center in Oceanside CA.

 

Karyn Quraishy, PT. Karyn has been a pediatric physical therapist for over 20 years and has spent the last 6 years working in a level III NICU in Southern California.  She is NDT certified in pediatrics, a certified infant massage instructor, a certified CranioSacral Therapist, and recently received the Neonatal Touch and Massage Certification.  Karyn has also earned the Developmental Care Specialist Designation from the National Association of Neonatal Nurses.  Karyn is also the Clinic Coordinator for the High Risk Infant Follow Up program at Tri City Medical Center.

 

This course is no longer available for CE credit

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