Knowing what the midwife or pediatrician is looking for in the examination of the newborn will enhance your ability to assist with the care of the baby after the immediate postpartum period. In this program, you will learn to distinguish between normal parental concerns (e.g., Is it normal for the baby to turn bright red?”) and signs that the baby should be seen in a hospital emergency ward (e.g., “The baby isn’t feeding and seems lethargic.”).
One of Gloria Lemay’s twelve Essentials of Maternal-Infant Care presentations for birthing professionals and other care providers who work with women during the childbearing year. This series also benefits students of all levels who wish to delve into issues that arise repeatedly in clinical practice.
This session is 90 minutes in length.
Certificate of Completion: $7.50 (completion of post-session questionnaire required).
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