L111622 Trauma Informed Care in the NICU Workshop - Nov. 16 Minneapolis 10 - 12 pm
The goal of this course is to provide an opportunity to practice trauma informed care communication techniques and explore the trauma in lactation promotion in the NICU. The course is 2 hours long, including 20 minutes of pre-learning content. During the course, we will have actors embedded into the simulations, to allow for realistic practice of trauma informed care communication strategies.
All attendees will wear a mask during the session and follow COVID-19 Guidelines for Simulation.
Please email Leah Jordan with questions regarding the course.
This session is designed specifically for Children's Minnesota Professional Staff.
- Describe the role of trauma in the NICU.
- Describe the principles of trauma informed care.
- Examine personal bias surrounding lactation in the NICU.
- Demonstrate strategies for providing trauma-informed lactation promotion in the NICU through simulation scenarios.
|10:00 am||Role of trauma in the NICU|
|10:15 am||Principles of trauma informed care|
|10:45 am||Examine personal biases around lactation in the NICU|
|11:00 am||Simulation and De-brief|
|12:00 pm||Course concludes|
The Simulation Suite is located on the 4th Floor of the Minneapolis Hospital near the cardiology conference center. Take a left as you enter and go down the first hallway. Follow the signs to the Simulation Center. For assistance, please check in at the 2nd Floor Welcome Desk.
If you have questions in regard to the location, please call: 612-813-7765.
Leah Jordan, MD & Mona Rippy, BSHCM, RMA
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- 2.00 ABP MOC Part II
- 2.00 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™
- 2.00 ANCC