Webinar: Out of Hospital Newborn Critical Congenital Heart Disease Screening
This webinar emphasizes the importance of screening all infants for the potential presence of critical congenital heart defects and provides information on how to screen, how to interpret results and how to develop a model screening policy for your practice.
Complimentary thanks to support from the Virginia Department of Health.
At the conclusion of the webinar, participants should be able to:
- Provide two reasons why parents should participate in CCHD screening
- Demonstrate proficiency in interpreting results of a pulse ox screening using an algorithm
- Describe two components of a model CCHD screening policy
- Demonstrate proficiency in when to refer a baby for rescreening or further evaluation
- Jennifer Macdonald, MPH, BSN, RN – Manager, Newborn Screening & Birth Defects Surveillance Programs Manager at Virginia Department of Health
- Elizabeth Mikula, MSN, RN – Division Vice President of Quality, HCA Healthcare
- Degra Nofsinger, BA, CPM – Luna Midwifery
- Kim Pekin, BS, CPM – Clinical Director, Premier Birth Center Chantilly
Learning Method and Medium:
Learners participate in the interactive learning modules by correctly answering multiple choice questions dispersed throughout. Learners will be prompted to try again if a question is answered incorrectly. The course will open in a new tab – to exit the course, simply close that tab.
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Purchase grants one learner one year’s access to lessons and quizzes (access expires 365 days from date of course activation.)
Estimated time to complete: 1 hour
Credit/contact hours: 1.0 hours
Certificate of Completion