Neonatal Training Programmes
The New Graduate Nurse Programme
The New Graduate Nurse Programme is a 12 month contract incorporating on the job training with theoretical and clinical components. 7 study days are programmed throughout the year with associated learning packages.
- Initial orientation days
- Neonatal 101
- Respiratory conditions and oxygen therapy
- Cardiac and high risk infants
- HDU and resuscitation
The programme is co-ordinated by the Nurse Educator and Clinical Nurse Educators.
On completion of this 12 month programme successful graduates will be able to work in all levels of Neonatal Intensive Care.
Applications for the New Graduate Nurse Programme are through http://www.health.nsw.gov.au/nursing/employment/Pages/Recruit.aspx
Often, decisions are made well in advance and we encourage the interested prospective applicants to contact Assoc Prof Kei Lui, Dr Srinivas Bolisetty or Dr Parag Mishra with your enquiries. We endeavour to reply your queries at our earliest convenience.
What is the NeoResus programme
The NeoResus programme is a specialised training programme that has been designed to standardise the way in which Australian healthcare professionals are trained in newborn resuscitation. The overall aim is to provide programme participants with assessment, intervention, and crisis resource management skills which are evidence based and transferable between local health districts and healthcare providers.
At the Royal Hospital for Women we offer a NeoResus Advanced Resuscitation Programme. This involves:
- 6.5 contact hours
- Hosted by Royal Hospital for Women Education team at the Glen McNallay Simulation and Learning Centre in the Prince of Wales Hospital
- 16 participants per programme
- Multidisciplinary attendance
Cost: $155.00 (Nurses and medical trainees) or $310 (Medical staff). Includes certificate of attendance, morning tea and lunch
Bookings via trybookings - https://www.trybooking.com/OEDQ
For further information on the program overview and course prerequisites go to www.neoresus.org.au
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The Newborn Care Centre has a comprehensive education Programme.
Nursing education is held Tuesday and Thursday mornings. Nursing staff are encouraged to attend medical education sessions on Wednesday mornings and Thursday lunchtimes.
A monthly journal club is held by the nursing staff looking at current practice issues. Staff are also encouraged to put forward journals they have read or suggest in-service topics. The CNS group takes an active role in the education of nursing staff by conducting workshops and in-services, particularly after-hours e.g. on weekends and night shifts.